Beat you at your own game - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
beat (someone) at his or her own game (redirected from beat you at your own game)
beat (someone) at his or her own game
To defeat or triumph over someone by using his or her own strengths, techniques, or tactics to one's own advantage. He thinks that, because he's so much bigger than me, I won't want to fight with my fists, but I'm so quick that I'll be able to beat him at his own game. The senator keeps saying her policies are the will of the people, but if we can get an accurate poll of her constituency, we can beat her at her own game.
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commercial jobs; steal stunts from rival stuntmen as you battle on the film sets or through custom built back-lot multi-player arenas and devise your own insane stunt runs and challenge other stuntmen online to beat you at your own game
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Wales were today sent a warning by a buoyant Scottish team ahead of Sunday's Six Nations clash at the Millennium Stadium: 'We'll be trying to beat you at your own game
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My attitude was, give me a rock and a nail, and I'll beat you at your own game