patzer

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Etymology[edit]

Origin uncertain; perhaps from German Patzer.

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Noun[edit]

patzer (plural patzers)

  1. (chess, slang) A poor player; an amateur.
    • 2004, Nigel Short, The Sunday Telegraph, 5 Sep 2004:
      If you have learned the principle that it is inadvisable to move the same piece twice in the opening you would probably imagine that these guys are patzers.

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