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Did you ever tally your win-loss record against people?

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I am not the type of gamer that takes note of how much wins or losses that I've had against another player. I play with friends just for the fun and even when I play online, I try as much as I could to enjoy the game and nothing more.

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On 12/14/2021 at 12:56 AM, Kane99 said:

Most online games will give you these details anyway. But, would you still tally your win/losses? 

Only in Monster Hunter World's arm-wrestling minigame. That's where the REAL competition is :classic_biggrin:

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On 9/20/2022 at 5:35 AM, Tonberry said:

Only in Monster Hunter World's arm-wrestling minigame. That's where the REAL competition is :classic_biggrin:

I just saw your name and suffered PTSD 🤣🤣🤣. So many Final Fantasy games...Just to see some little green guy with a butcher knife walk up and shank you and boom - it's over!

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I could remember when I used to gamble so addictively, I usually take my pen and paper to game hall, just to keep every record of the day on paper. Such record will give me clear information if I'm on a loss side or profit side for that day. Then I'll also take calculations of the matches played, tallying my win percentage to my losses, if their is progress or none, 😂

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I do that with my close circle. I don't even care what anyone thinks about doing so. I want to see how I rank against my pals that always talk about how they are going to beat me in the game.

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Their is no way I can tally that with AI opponents, because I fail uncountable times playing against them when the difficulty level is set at the highest via action games. I once tallied my win-win and loss percentage with fellow gamers about seven years ago, when I used to host my friends on PES Konami cup.

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