Which prosecutor is the better chess player?

According to the NYT, federal special prosecutor Jack Smith and Georgia state prosecutor Fani Willis are employing two very different strategies in their cases against TFG:

“The two approaches — one [Smith’s] streamlined, built with concision and speed in mind, the other [Willis’s] more comprehensive in seeking accountability but also more complex to try — represent the divergent experiences, temperaments and timetables of the two prosecutors.”

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  1. This is more interesting in light of the revelation that the investigative grand jury recommended indicting several people who Willis did not attempt to get indictments for. To my eye, given the details that I’ve read, it was a wise move on Willis’ part for a couple of reasons. But I’d like to hear seasoned prosecutors analyze all of this.

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