ILI and LII what is your thought process like when you play chess?
Hypothetically I've been speculating that LIIs start by formulating an overall strategy, a list of techniques they believe should be employed to challenge the opposition. These become the road map to follow as the game progresses; the road map assures a sense of control. Once the road map is foiled then, its over for them mentally since all confidence is lost.
Whereas hypothetically, ILIs start the match envisioning possibilities as they analyse the most probable routes the opponent may take. Taking the opponent's ''routes'' into account they adapt their game gradually subverting them to their vision. When they are unable to work out the routes that the opponent may take, their mind goes blank as they find themselves in the wilderness; the game is over for them there.