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Brooklyn kids playing street games in the 1950's believed in karma and called it Chinky Chose. Chinky Chose was a mystical payback against cheaters. When a kid cheated to win a point, but then lost the next point (or the whole game), the other kids taunted the offender, usually in a sing-song voice and sometimes with a pointed finger, "Chinky Chose, always shows."
You cheated but lost anyway -- ha ha, Chinky Chose, always shows!
by Arnold Dreckenberg April 22, 2011