So Goldman will Emergency Escape again. Over and over. And the recoil will make him unconscious or otherwise unable to fight. Thus Burk will win without punching
A little more input on Goldman's power here. Now I'm wondering what about Silverman gives him a double digit nonzero chance of victory over Goldman. Also Goldman doesn't look like he likes what he sees this round any more than last round.
So it seems pretty clear, Goldmans power is probability calculation. But he can only estimate factors he is aware off.
He used spirit sight to read Burks spirit level, and on that calculated 0% chance of defeat.
Burk meanwhile seems in a good mood, and likely decided to try and run Goldman tired.
I think Goldman is going to realize, somewhere within the span of the next 5-10 minutes, that his battle calculations are WAY flawed.
Also, despite the fact that my analysis of Emergency Escape might've been debunked in the last page, I'm still sticking with the general gist of my take on what's going on and what Goldman's abilities are like.
You know, none of these battle calculations and probabilities are going to account for the fact that Burk ISN'T actually trying to fight. It's a shame his power can't see that, though.
I honestly feel like, for the moment, Goldman might actually have something on Burk here. At least, he thinks he does - He looks like he's less shocked and terrified this time, and more smug and even offended.
We'll have to see just how justified that feeling is, won't we?
@ Tor: He calculated Burk's control over his spirit. He probably can't calculate the probability of Victory to Defeat, too many minute variables he doesn't know. Instead, he's likely calculating Burk's next action, using the data he knows and Spirit Reading as a basis. But, since Burk isn't using Spirit, because to our knowledge he doesn't, the likely main emphasis of Goldman's Battle Calculations are useless to him.