Sometimes I amaze myself with the brilliance of my play but then if I examine the circumstances closely, I find that my play isn't all that brilliant, but only really relatively better than the grossly stupid play I'm playing against. This is not news. It's a proven poker fact that we make most of our money from the incorrect play of others. What's worth noting, though, is how smart the stupidity of others can make us think we are. And how much trouble that leads to.
Case in point: my own silly self.