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I went years without losing The Game. Then yesterday, it suddenly popped back into my head and that was it – I’d lost. Long before Rickrolling crawled out of the fetid swamps of 4Chan, The Game was out in the world, frustrating millions. I just lost the game. But really, that’s the least of my problems. — Mic Wright. (@brokenbottleboy) April 12, 2015 The central rule is simple – when you think about The Game, you’ve lost. When you lose, you’re obliged to declare it publicly, and once you’ve been introduced to the idea, it’s difficult to let it go. The…

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