No, Earl is the only person who can 21:0 and act like he lost. That's the unfortunate taint on Earl's play since....well since Earl has been playing I guess by all accounts.
Earl is haunted inside. It's sad because I can sympathize. Sometimes you get pissed off and shit bothers you that really shouldn't. Each of us humans operates on a spectrum of response that is dictated by two things; how we are wired and how we have been trained.
If we are wired to be volatile then we can sometimes be traind out of being that way. Sometimes nurture can trump nature.
But if we are wired to be volatile and it's accepted then our neurons and synapses learn to fire even faster to the volatile reaction to stimulus. In other words the brain is a muscle and gets stronger with whatever it's allowed to do.
So if Earl had been soundly chastised when he was younger then he probably could have modulated his behavior and trained himself to suppress the "natural" reactions. But as often happens with great skill (or talent) comes deference and acceptance of one's quirks.
Anyway the spectrum ranges from mild and calm reactions to situations all the way to instant panic and frustration. Earl might very well be borderline autistic for all we know with a manifestation of tourettes syndrome that displays as outward frustration over perceived persecution. Jeeze I might have that
Anyway I think we can all agree that a normal person doesn't act like this or want to act like this. So for that reason I have more sympathy and pity for Earl than condemnation. But even as a fan it's very hard to take when he is in one of his moods.
I am sure that he himself would be much happier if he had inner peace.