When, after Granny Weatherwax wins at poker against Death, He asks Granny what would have happened if she lost:
I have to know. What would have happened if I had not...lost? 'At the cards, you mean?' Yes. What would you have done? Granny laid the baby down carefully on the straw, and smiled. 'Well,' she said, 'for a start... I'd have broken your bloody arm.'
Death gets one too in that same scene. Granny challenges Death to a game of cards for the life of a child, and it's implied she cheats and deals herself the winning hand. But Death makes them switch hands before turning them over. Granny has four queens...and Death complains that he's lost, since all he has are "four ones"...
Granny is made of Awesome but come on, folks, we all know Death deliberately lost that game.
The implication is that he, Death, lost on purpose because he was afraid of what Granny would do to him if she lost.
And that Death knew what Granny was trying to do and wanted to show her he knew without stopping her.
It's impossible that he didn't lose the game on purpose. He had four ones. You know: four ACES.
And he even winked at her.
Granny getting Nanny her rightful proceeds from her "cookbook."
And then ensuring she spends it all, because she doesn't want Nanny having an edge over her. (And probably, though she'd never admit it, because she'd rather Nanny stay just the same and not have wealth come between them like Magrat's becoming queen did, their trio.)
Nanny saving the chandelier, and dealing with the Ghost by faking a heart attack. "Watch out!"