easy game


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easy game

or

easy mark

n
informal a person who is easily deceived or taken advantage of
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So the duke had more than enough to think about; accordingly he fared at chess as he had fared at tennis; he made blunder upon blunder and the officer with whom he played found him easy game.
There is no easy game here, be it in the AFC Champions League or the AGL.
Maybe 20 or 30 years ago a game between an England and an Estonia or Luxembourg would be an easy game.
They've started well, with my old team-mate Roy Keane on the coaching staff now, so it won't be an easy game by any means.
I told them if they wanted an easy game, they could have an easy game but in the first half the game did not go how we wanted.
People might think Fulham will be an easy game but there are no easy games - every game is a final for us.
WALES have been warned not to expect an easy game in Rome on Saturday despite Italy having suffered the "massive" blow of losing their skipper Sergio Parisse.
If you go to Sunderland on the last game of the season, with the support they have and the manager they have got, you don't expect an easy game.
We had not done it for eight years, so their form is good and it will not be an easy game," he said.
I would hate to think he's walked away and thought he'd had an easy game against Everton.
McLeish said Blues have not had one easy game this season.
Whatever the score may be, it was not an easy game against China, Kemzura said.