A slang term used to describe a sports gambler who failed at becoming a professional sports gambler.

A person who did not maker it usually think gambling is easy. The person usually have bad money management skill, follows a system, bet with intuition, bet into bad lines, doesn't understand the concept that anything can happens in a sports game, and/or lost ambition to become a professional gambler.

The term is originally introduced by a Canadian poster, fiveteamer, who also made a list of sports gambler that did not make it on an online sports gambling forum.
Pat just lost his entire bankroll at a chalk parlay, he did not make it.

Pico decided to quit gambling, he did not make it.
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Person: "Why did I make this"

Mysterious Person: "Because I created you so have no choice to make something even though nothing was made you small, idiotic fool."
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He used his newly-invented sewing machine (duh!).
In a historic mid-1800's sewing-speed contest, Elias Howe was able to sew 250 stitches per minute on his mechanical wonder, as opposed to a mere thirty stitches that a group of professional seamstresses were able to make in that same allotment of time. I imagine that said fleet-fingered ladies exchanged astonished gawking stares and asked each other, "HOWE did he make stitches so fast???"
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Why did you make me do this you're fighting so you can watch everyone around you die! Think, Mark! You'll outlast every fragile, insignificant being on this planet.
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