They say you learn more when you lose. If your a card player you know that its true that you remember your biggest defeats more then your biggest wins. So it would see that losing makes you smarter in a way. Would it be going to far to say the biggest loser in the world is probably the smartest man in the world? I don't know if thats really true because wisdom requires understanding both winning and losing I would hope. So anyhow what im wondering is when is the point where you win too much and you start to become stupid. Would 50% winnings be the breaking point or would it be more/less? What im getting at is if suffering can be useful and if so when and why ect...?