Definition of pitch-and-toss in English:

pitch-and-toss

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noun

[mass noun]
A gambling game in which the player who manages to throw a coin closest to a mark gets to toss all the coins, winning those that land with the head up.
More example sentences
  • This method of succession is really a bit like pitch-and-toss, when you think about it.
  • Another common name for this type of swindler or confidence trickster was magsman, originally the name for a man who ran a pitch-and-toss game, which was itself sometimes called magflying from the mags, halfpennies, which were used in it.

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