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2015-02-26 21:43:38
2015-02-26 21:43:38

Let's define what a sport is. A sport requires 3 things 1) it must be competitive, 2) You must have an "objective" way to score and 3) You must be able to hinder (impact) your opponent's ability to score!

The difference between sports and games is that sports are active and games are just there.
Sports you only pay attenetion to the sport that you are doing. In games you are paying attention to many different things.
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