pitch-and-toss


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pitch-and-toss

n
(Gambling, except Cards) a game of skill and chance in which the player who pitches a coin nearest to a mark has the first chance to toss all the coins, winning those that land heads up
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pitch-and-toss

[ˈpɪtʃənˈtɒs] N(juego m de) cara f o cruz, chapas fpl
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Rarely do England commit themselves to a gamble on a game of pitch-and-toss but, just as in Guyana four Tests ago when they paired Robert Croft with Phil Tufnell on the basis that the dry pitch would offer increasing spin throughout the match, they neede d to bat first, only for the coin to fall the wrong way.