If quitters never win and winners never quit, then who is the fool that first said Quit while your ahead
Maybe the hare?
that means if you one $100 dollars, but you lose it all on the bonues question, quit while you have more than you did, which is winning to me.
It is not known who came up with the said idiom, but it is thought to have originated in gambling dens. The idiom stresses the importance of not pushing your luck and being content with what you already have.
Louis XVI :)
Nice ...Probably the same one who said,"cheaters never prosper".... :-o ahh snap