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07-20-2013, 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by RandV View Post
Thinking about it a bit more another point I wanted to make, since most of us are in a city we tend to play in leagues that have aynwhere from 8 to 20 divisions. So technically the difference between 'winning' and 'losing' is a simple matter of moving up or down a few divisions. You'll come across teams that dominate their own division, but then refuse to get moved up. At that point the desire to 'win' starts getting kind of pathetic.
Yeah there's a difference, I think, in wanting to win and wanting to compete. I go out there to have fun but also to compete, and a cakewalk is only fun for so long. I love challenging, tight games against a balanced, equal opponent (or even one slightly better). It's fun to run up the score once in awhile but not so much season in, season out.

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