Big Game

Big Game

Big Game can refer to:

In sports:

* Big Game (football), the annual American football game between Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley
* Big-game fishing, a form of recreational fishing
* James Worthy, also known as "Big Game" James, a basketball player from Gastonia, North Carolina
* Lure of the Big Game, an instructional tennis book geared towards intermediate to advanced players
* Torry Holt, nicknamed "Big Game"
* A common nickname of the National Football League's Super Bowl. Advertisers who want to avoid paying licensing fees refer to "The Big Game" instead of the "Super Bowl".

In gambling:

* Big Game (poker), the most famous high-stakes mixed-game poker table in Las Vegas, hosted in "Bobby's Room" at the Bellagio
* (The) Big Game, now Mega Millions, a U.S. multi-jurisdictional lottery game; competes against Powerball

In hunting:

* "Big game" refers to a variety of large terrestrial mammals, often not in a hunting context
* Big Five game, the five large mammals that were originally most sought in Africa
* Game (food), or "big game," is a term sometimes used interchangeably with "large game"

In other fields:

* Big Game (album), the third album by the heavy metal band White Lion
* Big Huge Games, a computer game developer founded in February 2000 by four veteran game developers
* Big Game TV, a live phone-in quiz channel

In popular culture

* "The Big Game (film)" a 1923 film directed by Charles Lamont and his first film.

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  • Big Game — Студийный альбом White Lion Дата выпуска …   Википедия

  • BIG-GAME — Nationalité  Suisse …   Wikipédia en Français

  • big game — n [U] large wild animals hunted for sport, such as lions and ↑elephants ▪ a big game hunter …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • big game — noun uncount large wild animals such as lions that people hunt as a sport …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • big game — big′ game′ n. 1) spo large wild animals, esp. when hunted for sport 2) a major objective, esp. one that involves risk • Etymology: 1860–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • big game — n. 1. large wild animals hunted for sport, as lions, moose, etc. 2. the object of any important or dangerous undertaking …   English World dictionary

  • big game — noun large animals that are hunted for sport • Hypernyms: ↑game * * * noun 1. : the large animals sought or taken by hunting or fishing for pleasure rather than profit big game angling is not without its risks 2. : an important object of quest; …   Useful english dictionary

  • Big Game TV — Infobox TV channel name= Big Game TV launch= 13 May , 2005 closed= may , 2007 share= share as of= share source= owner= timeshift names= sat serv 1= Sky Digital sat chan 1= Channel 849 |Big Game TV was a live phone in quiz channel shown on its own …   Wikipedia

  • big-game — See big game. * * * …   Universalium

  • big game — noun Big game is used before these nouns: ↑hunting …   Collocations dictionary

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