The winner is the one who is ahead at the end of the game
Like so many, this proverb has been traced to John Heywood's 1546 book of proverbs, the second collection he edited on the subject. Many variations exist including 'a last laugh is the best laugh', he who laughs last, laughs longest, he who weeps least, weeps best, and so on.
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