On the coding aspect of the game, Think Grand Theft Auto, the writers of that game i don't believe can code, they just created the story and created the concept and look at them now, multi millionaires, unless i have that wrong and they can code.
The guy who created Grand Theft Auto made more than 10 games before making Grand Theft Auto: http://en.wikipedia....game_developer).
Tom Sloper (he is a moderator here) has a very good guide about selling your game idea: http://www.sloperama...advice/idea.htm. This part is particularly pertinent to your situation:
a. Why nobody will just buy your idea from you. You didn't expect me to be talking about these things, did you? You just wanted somebody to take your idea and run with it, while you sit back and wait for the end result so you can play it, right? And maybe make some easy money.
Forget that right now, it's not going to happen.
Pretend for a moment that you have a great idea for a novel, not a game. How would you go about getting it written and published? Would you go to a bulletin board and advertise looking for an author to write it for you? No, you would have to get off your butt and write it yourself. I have heard that a friend of Frank Herbert (author of Dune) asked Herbert to author the friend's idea and split the profits 50/50. Herbert refused, even though the guy was a good friend -- Herbert's reply was basically that ideas are easy; the writing is the hard part. Think about it for a minute -- would YOU want to have a friend come up to you, tell you a few sentences, then have you spend months hunched over a keyboard turning his few sentences into the Great American Novel? I doubt it. If you did spend months writing that book, would you want to give half of the money to that guy? I don't think so.