Yielding against great force is not always possible as it requires a great deal of skill or acting " in the moment " to turn impending defeat into an attack. It is clear that if you allow your opponent to throw all he has into an attack, there will be a point where he has no more left to give and will decide to retreat in order to attack again. in that moment your victory will be swift . Entice them forward Why would someone throw all they have into an attack? Well in some ways perhaps it is a magic trick. If you opponent attacks with out thought and all at once, we should be able to divert the attack with ease. In my experience opponents are more cunning... and know that an all out attack will result in defeat they will require a bait. Sometimes the bait is small , not much encouragement is needed for it to be taken. Perhaps you will give the illusion that you are bringing all you have into an attack the opponent sensing this throws all he has back at you and "in the moment" defeat is swift the illusion unveiled. But this is sometimes not enough the bait not big enough, the possibility of your demise not strong enough (well remember after all it is just an illusion). Entice them forward by giving your opponent what he desires most , your destruction. When victory is eminent when the result is so absolute in their mind, in that "moment" they will give it their all. Only when they have sensed that your demise is but a breath away it 's this "moment" you will unveil what you have left they are exposed and defeat is swift.