- During episode 3 of Hellsing Ultimate Abridged, Integra and Walter get Alucard to go to Brazil by telling him that he can go on vacation anywhere in the world he wants, except for Brazil. Alucard, being a total Troll, goes to Brazil because he thinks doing so will make Integra mad.
- At the Superhero School Whateley Academy in the Whateley Universe, there are Combat Finals at the end of Fall term 2006. In one chapter of Joe Gunnarson's Call the Thunder, Diamondback finds herself teamed with the Supervillain Hekate, who everyone in the entire school knows will backstab Diamondback first chance she gets. Diamond lays a very cunning Batman Gambit that only works if Hekate shafts her as soon as she gets the chance. Hekate grabs the Villain Ball for everything she's worth, leading to a very satisfying conclusion.
- Ayla, meanwhile, has one occur in her Birthday Party story. A group plans to give her a surprise Birthday Party, but has to make sure it's an honest surprise, to someone who expects they are going to give one.
- From the SCP Foundation: Termination Order is a story about two... relatively ordinary humans... assigned to kill a godlike being who causes reality to shift due to his emotional state. How do they do it? They keep him calm while silently dragging him to the moon through an elaborate series of interlocking plans involving a teleporting wading pool and illusionary butterflies, where they set off a bomb and expose what remains of SCP-531 to the vacuum of space. Seriously.
- The Best Page in the Universe: Maddox managed to pull this one off against a hate-mailer when she insulted him, calling him an "Angry Bitter Man". Instead of ripping apart the hate-mail like he usually does, he instead responded to the hate-mail in an unconventional way by saying how he was abused as a child and his writing is a way of expressing himself. She responded back to him in a somewhat understanding manner, only to have Maddox responded back: "Just Kidding. Tool."
- The Slender Man Mythos:
- The Slender Man himself pulls one of these in What You Are in the Dark. He took advantage of his own viral nature by implanting false memories into Reach, using him to "infect" the bloggers(as well as his "fandom" in general) with the idea of Revenants: supposedly humans horribly transformed into Slender Man's super-powered elite soldiers. However, he didn't realize that memories cannot be truly erased... only hidden. Reach eventually uncovered memories of his brainwashing and realized the lie. There are no revenants, only people brainwashed into thinking they are and Slender Man's enemies who believe it. This was done to scatter their attention away from Slim himself. What he'll do now that the illusion is uncovered is anyone's guess.
- The Slender Man is, by default, a master of these (and knows exactly where and when to pull them) - why? He could be watching you right now as you read this... and you'll never know until it's too late. How many people does he know well enough to pull a Batman Gambit off against? Everyone ever. Including you.
- In Land Games, Reckes uses a Batman Gambit to trick Mei into betraying her allies using her feelings for him against her.
- In one episode of Achievement Hunter's Let's Play Minecraft, where the aim is to build a Nether portal, Geoff attempts to pull one off by following Jack and, when he builds a portal, kill him and yank it for his own. However, it gets derailed when Geoff loses sight of Jack and only gets put back on when Jack is killed by falling gravel. Geoff does take it, but he feels it's a hollow victory.
- In Worm:
- Director Piggot pulls one on Crawler in Chapter 14.7 — fooling him into remaining in the path of the Bakuda-bomb bombardment by the simple expedient of telling him it was coming.
- Skitter's I Surrender, Suckers gambit in Scourge 19.6 depended on Echidna charging her personally.
- Skitter pulls one in Chapter 20.5 when she escapes from an ambush by recruiting her fellow high school students to act as Human Shields against Dragon, Defiant, and Clockblocker.
- Alexandria in Cell 22.4 fails to pull one on Skitter, simultaneously underestimating the lengths to which she would go if pushed, her level of control over the situation, and just how close she was to the "murder" stage.
- Arin pulls one off while replaying Mario Party 2 against Jon in Game Grumps, and he's pretty darn happy about it.
- In The Dead Skunk, Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord and Joseph Fouché pull one off against the British government by taking advantage of the Pains and Penalties Act (i.e., King George IV’s attempt to divorce Queen Caroline) to plant some witnesses in front of Parliament whose testimony will cause massive unrest in the U.K. This only works because the King and his allies are so desperate for witnesses against the Queen they'll accept testimony from just about anyone who offers it.
- Not Always Right spinoff site Not Always Romantic has this guy and his girlfriend, who get rid of unwanted paramours by scheduling dates with them at the same time and place as each other, then standing their respective dates up, so the "dates" end up meeting and bonding over being stood up. Batman Gambit matchmaking service!
“These ones like to come back and rub it in your face that they found a better person when we didn’t turn up. It wouldn’t work if we told them what had really happened, so we just act apologetic.”
- In Ten Little Roosters, Barbara attempted to frame Ryan for the murders she committed by making him think that his "Mad King" persona was becoming real and he had murdered Gavin and Michael and was ready to kill others, too. The plan fell apart for a number of reasons, including the fact that he escaped the Death Trap she put him in and escaped from his bonds (his tie) when he was ultimately captured and fought back.
- The Thrilling Adventure Hour: Sparks Nevada can be prone to these. Hilariously lampshaded in "The Robot Rogues in 'Distrustified'":
Alloy Roy: So hang on. Your plan was what, exactly? That I'd share the file with my gang, and they'd post it to a listserv, and there'd be a robot free-for-all, and my gang would be whittled down t' two, due to the infightin' in said free-for-all, and you'd get the drop on what's left? That's tenuous!
Sparks Nevada: Yes. ... That's it exac—I mean not exactly. A lo--a lot's goin' on--I mean you got some of it, um, broad strokes I guess but—it's actually—it's simultaneously more and less complicated than what you said? So... I mean is this a conventional way to—have—you know what? I don't owe you this! Gimme my guns!
- Yu-Gi-Oh! East Academy:
- Marcus uses a rather elaborate one to bypass Haine's Surveillance as the Plot Demands powers, and lure him into a trap. Manipulating not only Haine's arrogance and Sadism, but also his own team as well.
- While this is the most notable example, Marcus seems to be quite good at these in general, having successfully used minor versions against Peter, Gretel, Denero, Denero's father, and even Haine himself at an earlier point.
- Dino Attack RPG:
- Dust's plans and manipulations of Dino Attack agents to get to the Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins.
- Captain Click manipulated the Dino Attack Team into bringing him the Constructopedia.
- Dr. Rex and Attila Hunstman collaborated on a Batman Gambit to leak information on a secret Antarctica mission through their android, Cam O'Cozy, to stir distrust and animosity between realists and idealists.
- Sam Sinister actually engineered a minor Batman Gambit, counting on the personalities of those involved, to ensure that he saved the alpha female T-Rex from Paulie Gonepus by sending Mr. Cunningham to hunt her.