I know fairly recently, someone posted a question asking about a friend's knife embedding itself into cutting boards, even though it felt dull. I, along with many here, answered and felt good about my statements.
However, I've recently been in "the zone" when sharpening my knives, and for the past week or so, my three most used knives (all different steels) have been getting pretty deep into my boards when I cut.
My Carter (White 1), my Rodrigue (S35VN) and my Misono Moly have all been given the same treatment, finishing with a Suita JNat, which fills the 6-8k hole, followed by stropping on damp newsprint. I deburred all three very carefully, and the edges are holding up beautifully. I even went so far as to really beat up on my Carter and Rodrigue to compare the steels (we're talking slamming on board, here).
So, in a pretty convoluted way of asking, I'm wondering, is this new sticking a result of crazy sharp edges, or something else? I hate to admit this, but they are almost feeling a bit too sharp for board knives, because my rhythm is getting a bit thrown off while I use them, as a result my new "problem".