Tests of Character

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Would you know a bookie if you saw one?

Cricketers are blamed for suspicious approaches, but can these shady men be spotted easily? Our quiz tests and educates at the same time

1. You're playing for your club and during the break a man approaches you about a "business proposition", you will:

2. While watching an ODI in the stadium, you spot a person using a cellphone, a pair of binoculars and a calculator at the same time. What do you do?

3. If an unknown person meets you at a betting agency and offers much better odds on a "guaranteed result", you will:

4. If you see a cricketer getting a wad of cash from an unidentified person, you will:

5. What will you do if you overhear a conversation about fixing a match?

6. What's the difference between a player agent and a bookie?

7. You have friends over to watch a cricket match and you realise one of them has a running camera concealed in his bag, you will:

8. If your friend confessed to you that he fixes matches for a living, what would you do?

9. If you were suspected to be a bookie, and asked to take a lie-detector test, what would you do?

10. If you see a leather jacket in a shop window, you:

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