Player may refer to:
- Player (dating), a man or woman, who has romantic affairs or sexual relations, or both, with other women, or men and will not marry or commit to a relationship
- Player (game), a participant in a game
- Player character, a character in a video game or role playing game who is controlled or controllable by a player
- Player-coach, in sports, is a member of a sports team who simultaneously holds both playing and coaching duties
- Football player
- Player (political), a participant in politics who has or is perceived to have influence or power
Player may also refer to:
Other articles related to "player":
... pot odds, or to fold, both of which are profitable for the betting player ... By contrast, if he failed to protect his hand, another player could draw out on him at no cost, meaning he gets no value from his made hand ... is also often heard in the context of an all-in player (see poker table stakes rules) ...
... A player (or team) will continue to shoot until committing a foul, or failing to legally pocket an object ball on a non-foul shot (whether intentionally or not) ... Thereupon it is the turn of the opposing player(s) ... Following a foul, the incoming player has ball-in-hand anywhere on the table, unless the foul occurred on the break shot, as noted previously ...
... Throughout the game the player makes decisions based on pride, wrath, greed, envy, lust, sloth and gluttony ... In total there are seven chapters and one hundred non-player characters to interact with ...
... February 1 – Malik Sealy, American basketball player (d. 2000) February 3 – Keith Carney, American hockey player February 8 Alonzo Mourning, American basketball player John Filan, Australian footballer Stephanie Courtney, American actress and comedian ...
... on Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms with MPlayer and VLC media player ... Programs such as Media Player Classic, K-Multimedia Player, Totem, RealPlayer, QuickTime, and GOM Player can also be used ...
Famous quotes containing the word player:
“Between the daylight gambler and the player at night there is the same difference that lies between a careless husband and the lover swooning under his ladys window.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“Thats free enterprise, friends: freedom to gamble, freedom to lose. And the great thingthe truly democratic thing about itis that you dont even have to be a player to lose.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)
“If women were umpiring none of this [rowdyism] would happen. Do you suppose any ball player in the country would step up to a good-looking girl and say to her, You color- blind, pickle-brained, cross-eyed idiot, if you dont stop throwing the soup into me Ill distribute your features all over you countenance! Of course he wouldnt.”
—Amanda Clement (18881971)