Next, you completely ignored my next point. The statistics you cited in your original post are horrendously inaccurate.
63% win rate is 37% lose rate.
54% win rate is 46% lose rate.
61% win rate is 39% lose rate.
Assuming you cited accurate win rates for those 3 players, none of them are anywhere near losing 55-65% of their games. They lose 37-46% of their games. That's a MASSIVE difference.
You accuse players that have well over 50% win rates of losing 55-65% of their games. You're completely ignoring this. You've not changed the original post, you've not admitted your wrong.
Regardless of what you think about my point regarding surrendering, the point made in this post is not a matter of opinion. It is a matter of fact. Your original post is factually wrong in this regard. That you are not willing to admit you're wrong in this regard makes the entire thread look silly.
If you can't admit when you're wrong or when your idea might need some improvement, then who the hell are you to be giving advice to anyone, especially when you admit that you don't have the Elo to back up anything you're saying. Heck, you just see that pro teams have surrendered before and imagined all this up and you're trying to assign this reasoning to the reason why pros surrender. Tell, what pros do you know? What pros have explained all this as the logic behind their surrender?
And what pro has told you "Yes, despite my 63% win rate, I lose 55-65% of my games."
Do you know what win rate means?
Seriously, do you? If you address nothing else I've posted, please explain to me what you think "win rate" means.