To use seemingly devious methods to force a win in a player’s favor at the end of a game, even if there is no win in sight. Usually, to the frustration and humiliation of the other players, creating a vapid emotional vibe around the entire experience.
Commonly used in the phrase “pluff a win.”
Origins believed to be a variant of the Modern English, “pull off a win,” with gamers frustrated at opponents tactics to win by any means necessary.
Ex. “uh o. Looks like Bob is going to try to pluff a win.”
“Dang it! A win was in my grasp. Looks like Gavin pluffed off a win again.”