Can anybody tell me what the expression 'head chess (or chest) means. Such as 'He's a head chess.'?

Update:

And I don't mean ' head case.

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  • 8 months ago

    The word is "cheese", not chess or chest.

    Head honcho, big boss, numero uno etc.

    Don't really know quite why "cheese" mind you, but that's the saying anyway.

    Usually said as "He's a big cheese around here" or "He's the big cheese here". etc.

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  • Cantra
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    8 months ago

    Sounds more like 'head case' - someone who acts a bit crazy.

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