Discuss PGroot's answer to: What learned from losing at chess?

If you lose at chess, you can learn something.  Perhaps you left a piece where your opponent could take it.  That will teach you not to do that again.  Perhaps you protected your valuable piece so that you could retake, but you lost your queen for a knight.  That's another lesson.  Perhaps you managed your pieces well but your opponent queened a pawn.  There's a long term strategy.

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