Check-In: Five-Year-Old Cheats Ophira Eisenberg asks house musician Jonathan Coulton for advice on how to play board games with a child who can't stand to lose. Coulton suggests modeling the behavior of a "gracious loser."

Check-In: Five-Year-Old Cheats

Check-In: Five-Year-Old Cheats

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Host Ophira Eisenberg asks house musician Jonathan Coulton for advice on how to play board games with a child who can't stand to lose. Coulton suggests modeling the behavior of a "gracious loser," which honestly? Some adults could also stand to learn.

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