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Fairness less important to winning game players

Researchers used a card game to show how most winning players thought their skill was the reason for their success, even when they knew the cards were stacked in their favor. Study participants played a card game in which some were openly given advantages, then were asked whether they'd won because of the advantage or because of ability, and most winners said they had won fairly due to their prowess, given the game's rules.

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