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I've been seeing some tutorials and they all make two mouse clicks and somehow manage to get a clean selection of the inside vertices with no use of Alt or the B key which is what I usually have to do...asking for a friend. enter image description here

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In your case you could simply select the bottom central vertex then ctrl+ to automatically select more. I guess it's the trick you're talking about. But B or lasso select tools would also quickly do the job.

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You could select the element in the center(face or vertex) and hit Ctrl++ multiple times to grow selection:

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You can also Alt+click to select some loop and then use "Select Loop Inner-Region" function that you can find in the search menu(Space/F3(2.8)) or in the Select menu in the 3D View header:

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