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im not even going to worry about it. I like winning
a lot.
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I would. Constantly winning or losing is boring. You don't have to let him win if you don't want to, but take it easy on him and let the games get close.
 

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Teach your friend to play better.
 

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Try to win in new ways. So instead of playing your normal way to win, try something different to make it harder for yourself.
 

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i played him(my friend) chess again and i beat him really bad now he does not want to play anymore. actually he declined to play any board game with me today when i brought up other board games.
i guess looking back i should have played a little easier on him cause i guess when i beat him that bad it probably discourage him from even trying to play me anymore ....my bad.

i think u were right shyfx i should have let it be closer.
 

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i was a little easier on him today and the game was much closer today (he played better also) even though i still won, but i could tell that he was more encourage to want to play board games with me when he had a decent chance of winning so good call. cause i didn't really want to just let him win.
 
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