dyutam chalayatam asmi
tejas tejasvinam aham
jayo ’smi vyavasayo ’smi
sattvam sattvavatam aham

"I am also the gambling of cheats, and of the splendid I am the splendor. I am victory, I am adventure, and I am the strength of the strong."

Chalayatam = among the wickedness in wicked people, asmi = I[Sri Krishna] am, dyutam = gambling. Tejasvinam = among bright people, tejas = glow, aham = I [ Sri Krishna] am. Jaya = victory [among successful], vyavasaya = resoluteness [ among endeavoring], sattvavatam = among the noble persons, satvam = quality of satva, aham = I [Sri Krishna] am. Gambling is a game. Swami Ramanuja while commenting poses the question whether Sri Krisghnna could call Himself as gambling? The Lord creates all good and bad, like Ravana and Vibheeshana; or, Prahalada and Hiranyakasipu. Swami Desika in his commentary says that there are Two types of gambling : sajiva dyutham and nirjiva dyutham. They are gambling with living things as stakes and non-living things as stakes. Game of chess is nirjiva dyutham. While, horse racing is sajiva dyutham. Game played just as a sport is better than game played with high stakes. The Lord is nirjiva dyutam. There can be many deals which might incorporate mischief to cheat others. The Lord is only the sport, which is better than those deals. Sri Krishna indirectly points out that by playing, with stakes as not only property and kingdom, Arjuna's brother played with Draupati and the brothers as wager; and, this had resulted in the present situation. Any game has to be played as a sport. There are many persons bright with pride, as the Sun by their actions. In them He is the brightness. Among successful people, the Lord is the Victory. In fact, Sanjaya is going to tell this point itself at the end in the sloka yatra yogewara krishna...That is where Sri Krishna is, Victory is there. In any action the determiantion to complete, is important. This should grow if impediments are encountered. The Lord says He is the Resolute in such actions. The Lord says He is the high quality mind in noble and broad minded persons.