Gambit

[forum] Gambit is a special interest group for those in the gambling, gaming (used here as a synonym for gambling) and gamebling industries. The Forum conducts periodic meetings on particular themes and a series of invitation-only Leadership Forums. The Steering Committee is led by Dr. Stefan Szymanski, Associate Dean, MBA Programs, Cass Bu...
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Gambit

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Gambit

[strategy card game] Gambit is a strategy card game created by GB Company. It consists of character cards that are assigned `hit points` and a variety of equipment, attack and defense cards. The object of the game is to be the lone survivor by eliminating the hit points of your fellow opponents. The game originally debuted at the ORIGINS co...
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gambit

[n] - an opening remark intended to secure an advantage for the speaker 2. [n] - a chess move early in the game in which the player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain an advantageous position
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Gambit

Gam'bit noun [ French gambit , confer Italian gambitto gambit, a tripping up. See Gambol , noun ] (Chess Playing) A mode of opening the game, in which a pawn is sacrificed to gain an attacking position.
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gambit

ploy noun an opening remark intended to secure an advantage for the speaker
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gambit

noun a chess move early in the game in which the player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain an advantageous position
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Gambit

• (n.) A mode of opening the game, in which a pawn is sacrificed to gain an attacking position.
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gambit

(from the article `chess`) There followed a proliferation of speculative pawn sacrifices in the opening, called gambits, in order to achieve rapid mobilization and open lines ...
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Gambit

In chess, a gambit is an opening move in which a chessman, usually a pawn, is sacrificed to secure an advantageous position.
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Gambit

[newspaper] Gambit is a New Orleans, Louisiana-based free alternative weekly newspaper that was established in 1981. Gambit features reporting about local politics, news, food and drink, arts, music, film, events, environmental issues and other topics, as well as listings. Gambit publishes 40,000 papers each Tuesday, which are distributed t...
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Gambit

[scheme implementation] Gambit, also called Gambit-C, is a free software Scheme implementation, consisting of a Scheme interpreter, and a compiler which compiles Scheme to C. Its documentation claims conformance to the R4RS, R5RS, and IEEE standards, as well as several SRFIs. Gambit was first released 1988, and Gambit-C (that is, Gambit wit...
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Gambit

[disambiguation] A gambit is a chess opening in which material is sacrificed in order to achieve a better position. Gambit may also refer to: == Fiction == ==Technology== ==Entertainment== ==Other== ...
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Gambit

[game show] Gambit is an American television game show based on the card game blackjack, created by Wayne Cruseturner and produced by Heatter-Quigley Productions. The show originally ran on CBS from September 4, 1972 to December 10, 1976 and was recorded at CBS Television City in Studios 31, 33, 41, and 43. On October 27, 1980, NBC revived ...
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Gambit

A gambit (from ancient Italian gambetto, meaning tripping) is a chess opening in which a player, more often White, sacrifices material, usually a pawn, with the hope of achieving a resulting advantageous position. Some well-known examples are the King`s Gambit (1.e4 e5 2.f4), Queen`s Gambit (1.d4 d5 2.c4), and Evans Gambit (1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.B.....
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gambit

Highly risky strategies. Generally, the riskier the gambit, the bigger advantage the player will gain if successful.
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Gambit

[roller coaster] The result of the discussion was Keep - it seems clear that the purpose of the page is not to serve as an attack page, but to organise editing activities. It`s not clear whether it should be moved to project space or not from this discussion; this close shouldn`t be taken as an endorsement of not moving it, just that I don`...
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