Have in front of a verb.

Hi, what is the difference between this two cases:

He has made a really good point.

He made a really good point.

This is a phrase I just made up, but I often see things like this, with have/has in front of a verb, I tried but never realized what was the difference.

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Both happened in the past, and they mean the same. The first suggests that the point was recent or is related to some current situation being discussed.