Which puts a bigger dent in your pride - losing to a human or losing to an AI?
When it comes to competitive spirit, I'm somewhat of an adapter. I'll adjust how competitive I'll be depending on who's present at the table. On top of that, it's rare for me to feel frustrated by a loss as long as I feel like I enjoyed the gameplay and was able to test out whatever strategy I was going for.
And that's where my question comes from. Personally, I feel that I tend to get more frustrated losing against an AI opponent in a solo session vs. losing to a typical human opponent because (1) it's a loss after giving my 100% whereas I'll hold back a little when there are beginners present and (2) it has a bigger impact on my pride to think that I lost to a robot 😆
So here are my questions:
- Which hurts more? Losing to an AI opponent or a human opponent?
- For those who solo games, which AI opponent has been the toughest to beat so far?