I have read this quote:
The difference in winning & losing is most often, not quitting.
I am so curious for some issue below.
I wonder why "not", as in "not quitting", has a comma in front of "not"?
whether "quitting" is a present participle or a gerund?
Does meaning of this sentence change if "not" is placed after "is"?
Is "not quitting" a reduced form of an adjective clause?
Is it possible that "not quitting" comes from "The difference which doesn't quit in winning & losing is most often"?
PS. Thank you in advance for answering my question and I am so sorry if I make you confused.