game of chance

noun
a game in which the outcome is determined by chance rather than by the skill of its players, as roulette.

Origin:
1920–25

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Example sentences
The rest gets paid out as winnings, at better odds than you'll find in any legitimate game of chance.
Courts, however, tend to view poker as a game of chance.
And he defends playing the game of chance because the funds go to help build a new, bigger church.
State statutes require that, in a municipal election, any tie vote must be decided by a game of chance or lot.
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