This is a discussion on Is Justice or Personal Gain Closer? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I'm curious: you would have the courage to admit the opponent's victory if he is really much stronger than you in a major tournament (such
I'm curious: you would have the courage to admit the opponent's victory if he is really much stronger than you in a major tournament (such as an EPT for example), if it so happened that you won this event .. I mean the transfer of regalia, or your self-esteem is above justice ? Now you, and he with his abilities "will still win" ...Justice or personal gain, what is more important?
I'm not sure I understood the question correctly. But if I won the tournament, then today I was stronger. And let me know that the opponent is much stronger than me - the better, the more valuable to me this victory and pass on the laurels of the winner to the opponent I'm not going to. And if you lose, then the opponent was stronger than you. Maybe he just had more luck, but nevertheless you lost and nothing can be done about it.