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Old 10-08-2012, 08:34 AM   #14
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You should have apologized for the way you played, told him he was right, etc.

Then next time, play the exact same way. Maybe even apologize on changeovers, telling him that you can't help it, but you're trying to get better. Maybe hold your hand up and apologize after you bring him into no man's land and he hits (yet another) error.

If anybody asks, tell them that this guy is by far the superior player, etc.

Do it all without a hint of sarcasm, as if you are being dead serious. See how long you can string this guy on. See how big this guy's ego really is.
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