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    "deserve the game to go with the name"?

    The sentence I saw is "Doesn't he deserve the game to go with the name?"

    And I wonder what the phrase "deserve the game to go with the name" means.
    Could someone explain it for me,please? Thanks.


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    Re: "deserve the game to go with the name"?

    Welcome to the forums.

    It could mean many things - what is the context of the sentence?


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    Re: "deserve the game to go with the name"?

    Thanks for the welcome and the prompt replying. :)

    It's about a man who had some terrible things. And the writer said,"If he reforms, doesn't he deserve to have his reformation credited sooner or later? And if he doesn't get it, doesn't he deserve deserve the game to go with the name?"

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