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    A good INTP would have gotten bored and found a new interest much sooner.

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    Oh is that what "good" INTPs do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    Oh is that what "good" INTPs do?
    Yep.

    Heh, but yeah, I think beating people is rarely a good incentive, on the long term, for an INTP.

    One of the reasons why Einstein managed to be a sucessful INTP was because he chose a very wide subject (physics).

    He would study the concepts of light, mass, time, space, among many other things. It's hard to get bored when there are so many mysteries to be solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I don't see how playing for the thrill would make one an ISTP to begin with.
    They may possibly associate that with Se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Yep.

    Heh, but yeah, I think beating people is rarely a good incentive, on the long term, for an INTP.

    One of the reasons why Einstein managed to be a sucessful INTP was because he chose a very wide subject (physics).

    He would study the concepts of light, mass, time, space, among many other things. It's hard to get bored when there are so many mysteries to be solved.
    I don't get it.. I think what your saying is a bit over generalized. By the way it is reported that Einstein did in fact enjoy playing chess and found it to be quite interesting. The chess rating system was developed 5 years after Einstein died, so weather or not he was any good remains to be known..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saudade View Post
    INTJ for sure.
    That's what I would think

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    I don't get it.. I think what your saying is a bit over generalized.
    Well, that's the way mbti usually works. Descriptions tend to be either generalizing or intangible.

    By the way it is reported that Einstein did in fact enjoy playing chess and found it to be quite interesting. The chess rating system was developed 5 years after Einstein died, so weather or not he was any good remains to be known..
    Interesting, albeit impertinent.

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