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I lost in street fighter by getting low kicked to death.

I tell my opponent

you _________ed me (to death)

or

I beat a difficult boss in a video game by exploiting a glitch.

I beat UberBoss by __________ing him.

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    I've heard that called "cheesing" ... here is an example of using the term 'cheese' in a title of a "discussion" reddit.com/r/gametales/comments/34tkev/… – Tom22 Jan 14 '17 at 0:11
  • Hadouken Spamming? – Elliott Frisch Jan 14 '17 at 0:11
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    It's amazing to me that some people expect that English will have a readymade word for every aspect of a technology that's been introduced a weekend ago. Those guys that invented English sure did a good job. – John Lawler Jan 14 '17 at 0:13
  • cheating? hitting below the belt? – Drew Jan 14 '17 at 0:24
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    Possible duplicate of Origins of the gaming term "cheese strategy" – user105360 Jan 14 '17 at 6:51
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Though unofficial (and bad?) English perhaps an idea from Urban Dictionary would work. As mentioned in comments a 'official' dictionary may be tricky to find for something so new!

glitching The act of exploiting glitches, errors, mistakes, or a bug in a system for harmless fun or devious mischief.

Glitching can also mean that a system, such as a computer, is experiencing many glitches and technical problems at once.
He has been at the bank glitching that ATM machine all night...

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You may consider using the words "trick" or "deceive" in an appropriate form. The words are applicable in any context, including video games.

trick: cunningly deceive or outwit.

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A word I might is gyp

Informal: Sometimes Offensive. To defraud or rob by some sharp practice; swindle; cheat.

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