Originally Posted by TonyB
Sometimes you just don't have it. Tipsy realizes this and retires out of frustration.
He knows there's no "comeback". He decides to call it a day. No big deal.
Get a grip. Not everyone wants to fight until the bitter end. That doesn't label him a "quitter" or anything like that. When you play enough matches, you realize that sometimes there is just no coming back from the brink of defeat. So be it. Carry on.
Lol you're arguing that Janko isn't a quitter for retiring in matches he was probably going to lose... Isn't that the definition of quitting?
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