On this article, I came across the use of a word
It isn't a surprise that the experts still reckon that when in doubt, think about it and then decide to bat anyway, for that used to be the winningest strategy when most of them played the game.
Is this an acceptable word? If not, then is there a single word or phrase to replace it? (As opposed to reordering the words to
strategy most likely to lead to a win.
I looked around on the internet and found out that it is an informal word, which means
one with most wins. However, in the above context, it seems to mean
one most likely to lead to a win. Is this article using the word wrongly (informal as it may be), or did I interpret in wrong?
Further, is it also acceptable to use