In competitive online games, & ldquo; Smurfing & rdquo; refers to players creating a new number to fight against less skilled opponents. It can be simply understood as opening trumpet dishes. When I asked players how to evaluate this behavior in social media, I received hundreds of messages. Some people explained why they played trumpet enthusiastically, but others strongly condemned it. & ldquo; It's like a quarterback playing Super Bowl joining a high school rugby team. Even if he changes his position, he's stronger than any other player on the court with years of training, skills and experience. & rdquo; Jake Kelton, the Heroes League commentator, told me, & ldquo; if an MLB player wants to try new gloves, bats or positions during spring training, will he join a big first team? Can't. He needs to compete with players of his own level.