SRSLY tho, I really honestly know the difference! I'm re-energized by solitude though I have fun with others. I don't have the same need for "impact" that is common with ENTPs and their ideas. I'm much better at chess, as well.
*shakes head sadly*
Dude... your denial is painful
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I also think Jack is ENTP, but my reasoning would include mention of functions, something he doesn't believe in.
I must have made a mistake by practicing what I preach--That we need not follow any "rules of our type!"
Though I believe the concept of the functions is flawed, if you want to define my brain, you could say I do have a very capable extraverted intuition, but what about introverted thinking? I would say it's more potent still (and I don't believe I've ever tested as having higher Ne than Ti, and the only other type I've tested as is INFP--once, on a bad test), but the operation of the introverted function is not as obvious to others. I say only what I choose to; you can't read my mind.
As I age, I become more capable at acting how I see fit: a way I see as proper for the situation. If I'm at a bar, for example, I'm not going to impress anyone by verbalizing my intellectual contemplations, so I put on a "sensing" cover. On the net, where you don't exist unless you are engaging, I put on an "extrovert" cover.