Likely lad giving advice to a stumped draughts player who, if he moves right, is certain to win. (Checkers)
The Scottish Word:

Belter.

She’s telt me in no uncertain terms ahm no allood tae help ye.

But yer next moves a belter, if ye kin see it.

Ahn if ye do, yer wins a certie, a hunner percent.

Translation:

belter: a heavy blow, an awesome thing or experience.

She has told me in no uncertain terms that I am not allowed to help you.

But your next move is a stunner, if you can see it.

And if you do, you can win this, its a certainty, one hundred percent.

ˈbɛltər
The Scottish Word: Belter with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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