play for money

See: gamble
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'Then who knows but the gentleman, anticipating our objection to play for love, civilly desired to play for money?'
They try to be fast, and think it's manly, and they flatter him, and lead him on to do all sorts of things play for money, and bet, and loaf about.
It reveals why so many people like to play for money."
If the residents were to continue to play for money they could face a maximum sentence of 51 weeks in jail.
Dubai: An employee has been jailed for three months and fined Dh20,000 for organising a gambling game at a public place and allowing pedestrians to play for money.
"Alan didn't play for money. He was offered a contract - a massive contract - to not even play.
"The men drew in many workers to play for money, charging them between Dhs10 and Dhs100 to participate in the game of chance," said a prosecutor.
In China, they don't even play for money, but trips abroad.
play for money, enter an elephant at the end of the third act.
Bibat, who drew criticism for turning his back on a promising amateur career to play for money, fended off Salvador and Lascuna using a hot back nine to taste his first victory, worth P200,000.
"When we are young and start to play football, we don't play for money. We play because we like football.
The accused admitted during interrogation that he organised the game in the open and lured the public to play for money.