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In the Money

  1. Adjective

    Who has won a prize or has made it to the position in a tournament after which one is guaranteed a prize, regardless of whether the tournament is complete.

    EXAMPLE: "I was really excited the first time I finished in the money in a tournament. Even though there were a lot of prizes and I was only barely in the money, it felt really great to win something."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes a player.

    ANTONYMS: Out of the Money

    RELATED TERMS: Bubble, Tournament

  2. Adverb

    In a position that is awarded a prize.

    EXAMPLE: "I played my best and ended up finishing in the money. It was quite a thrill."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes finishing in a tournament.

    ANTONYMS: Out of the Money

    RELATED TERMS: Bubble, Tournament




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