Actually it's from the comedy show, Weird Loners.
What does "You play you pay!" mean? Thanks.
Text from phone :
Where's my money ?
I know where you live.
You play you pay!
In case you don't pay which is your favorite kidney?
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You play, you pay.
It's a shortened version of
If you play (and you lose), you (have to) pay your debts.
or simply, you cannot play (get something) without paying; a sentiment that is also expressed as TINSTAAFL:
There is no such thing as a free lunch.
Using Blackjack as an example, here the person is being blunt and saying that if you're playing, you are risking your money and may ultimately lose it.