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Any time the bottom of the piece that is directly under the force of the blade is not completely flat on the table, you have the potential for it to be slammed down onto the table if the blade binds at all.
Once it binds, then there's nothing to prevent the kerf from twisting and binding even more.

I cut green bowl blanks with a very coarse blade and it's way too easy to have this problem when your bottom surface has been cut with a chainsaw.
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