Interestingly, the very rules of a roleplaying game are designed to allow players to do things they have no idea how to do in real life. Their characters can wield swords and sling spells, fly spaceships and speak to aliens, combat supervillains and perform incredible feats of athletic agility. Doing something you don't know how to do is indeed a way of life for gamers.
Han: Wow! That was amazing, kid!
Luke: So was your unexpected return.
Han: All part of the plan. I figured pretending to run away and then heroically leaping in to save the day would throw the traitor a curve ball. Whoever that is.
Han: How did you make that shot?
Luke: I just sort of ... willed it to go in.
Leia: You used the Force, Luke!
Luke: What? No I didn't! I don't know how to do that stuff!
Leia: That's how you do it!
Luke: So... it's something you can only do by not knowing anything about how to do it?
Chewbacca: That is, indeed, for some, a strategy for dealing with everything.
Han: It's not a strategy, it's a way of life!