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In some dialog, I often see something like this:

Player A is voted as the toughest to play against and it's not even close.

What does "it's not even close" mean in this context? Does that mean Player A is so tough that the second place is not even close to him?

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The it's not even close refers to the vote.

Player A is voted as the toughest to play against an it (the vote) is not even close (meaning the second place is far behind).

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Yes, I would take that to mean he is the toughest by a large margin. "Won by a landslide," so to speak.

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