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Inside track


Added advantage. Derived from a race around an oval track, like a horse race, where the one on the inside path appears to be ahead. (Compare to Stack the cards in ones favor or Cards stacked in ones favor.)

“Since I went to college with the owner’s son, I should have the inside track on the new job.”

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