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- n. An equal situation, in which no side has an advantage
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The last time around, they were calling me, and I didn't go, so I guess, it's even-stevens, I want to join, and they aren't calling me!
"To be perfectly frank, I thought the first half was pretty even-stevens," he added.
But in India, it is even-stevens, with teams winning 4 Tests each, and two left undecided.
In the context of a stock market currently trading at around half its peak, even-stevens is pretty good.
Either way, David Montgomery appears to have secured his company's future and emerged from the credit crunch on something like an even-stevens basis.
Fujitsu M1010 and Pioneer IL4 struggled for third place but it was a tie with an even-stevens rating of 50 per cent.
Lee's early departure aside, the visitors would have been happy going into the half-time sheds even-stevens at fourteen points apiece, as a thrilling second half awaited the few who turned up to watch.