Are these sentences correct:
1) You want to give her enough instruction where she can't beat you.
2) You want to give her enough instruction so that she can't beat you.
'1' is from here:
Go to 4:20
He's saying that if you take a woman to a bowling alley on a date, you want to give her some instruction, but not enough for her to beat you.
He's a native speaker and is speaking naturally. Obviously he can make mistakes, like everybody. But I see this strange 'where' that keeps popping ip here and there, It sounds kind of nice too. I mean, you can understand what he's saying.
I don't think they are even logical, but I can understand them.