From what I understand the force allows you to predict the future to some extent.
So for example in lightsaber duels or blocking bullets he can predict where it will be.
Now if 2 people are fighting each other how does the force work?
If both predict the other persons move don't you reach an infinite recursion problem or essentially a stale mate where no matter where anybody moves the other will be there to block.
Conclusively wouldn't 2 equal jedis be in essentially a head lock stale mate forever?
I'll illustrate with a simple example. Let's assume there are four places to move a lightsaber A,B,C & D. Now let say the 1st person plans to move to A. Now 2nd player using the force also moves to A at the same time. Now would the 1st player using the force be aware of this and move his lightsaber somewhere else like B? Now a lightsaber doesn't have a concept of each player taking a turn(like chess), but I guess you could say that typically one opponent reacts 1st effectively making him the attacker and the other on defense but to me the issue would still occur. On the other hand you might argue that this infinite recussion problem wouldn't occur because one is on offense and the other on defense and then it switches. I believe this is similar to the shared memory issue in Computer Science but I'm not sure. This issue would get even more complex with multiple Jedis fighting.