One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An evenly balanced contest.‘it was still anyone's game at halftime’
- ‘With another 80 points up for grabs by the end of the year, it is still anyone's game between the top four cars.’
- ‘I think it is still anyone's game for the taking.’
- ‘Other candidates have come to the fore revealing that the party nomination is really anyone's game.’
- ‘In the last five minutes, at 0-20 to 2-14, it was still anyone's game.’
- ‘Although the trend toward inclusions and the current spike in coffee popularity is clear, it is anyone's game as to the next ‘must have’ innovative ice cream flavor.’
- ‘I think it could be anyone's game, especially with the pitch being like it is.’
- ‘At the start of the second half it was anyone's game and there were good passing exchanges on both sides.’
- ‘Outside the top three, there is still the sense that it's anyone's game.’
- ‘Three minutes remained and it was anyone's game.’
- ‘Her analysis relies heavily on the misguided notion that it's all over when in fact, the Internet is still anyone's game.’
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