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The art of winning games by using various ploys and tactics to gain a psychological advantage. The term derives from the title of Stephen Potter's humorous book (1947), ‘The theory and practice of gamesmanship or the art of winning games without actually cheating’.

Subjects: Sport and Leisure — Medicine and Health.

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