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    gambit - Dictionary definition and meaning for word gambit

    (noun) an opening remark intended to secure an advantage for the speaker
    Synonyms : ploy
    (noun) a maneuver in a game or conversation
    Synonyms : ploy , stratagem
    (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 - remember GAMBIR who is the OPENING batsman... gambit is opening in chess

GAMBIT > In a GAMe you have to GAMBle a BIT to win!

Think of gautham GAMBHIR...he always takes risks and achieves an advantage

he gambled for now for future advantage

Gambit="game"+"bit"(beat)==to beat someone in a game(chess) you need to find the openings

GAMBIT == GAMe BaIT -- Game Bait : Bait given in a game (sacrifice for future gain)

'Game''beat' means beating in game by gambit

Don't u remember King's Gambit in which a Bishop is sacrificed

Starting the "Game" a "Bit" weekly

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