(Yiddish) a meddler who offers unwanted advice to others
A nosey person who stands behind a player on a live game.
A spectator of the game, often one that offers unsolicited advice or comments.
A spectator at a chess tournament.
someone who gives good advice to your opponent and bad advice to you.
A non-playing spectator; a railbird.
A spectator at any game who has a habit of looking at active players' cards and dispenses unwanted comments and/or advice.
A spectator, usually unappreciated by the players
a spectator of card games, as opposed to an active player. Other slang terms for this person include goose-necker, yahoo, yokel or railbird
A spectator at any game who usually dispenses unwanted advice.
A commenting spectator.
To give unsolicited racquetball advice during a course of a game, from Yiddish-Russian.
A spectator who often offers unwanted advice or comment.