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Money Plays

  1. Verb

    In ring games where chips must be used rather than cash, to include cash as part of a given player's table stakes; to count toward the total amount that a player may wager, despite the fact that it is not yet converted to chips.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Rather than being done by a player, the subject of this action is the money.

    EXAMPLE: Player A says, "I'd like to buy more chips before we start the next hand." The dealer responds, "I don't have enough chips left here to pay you. I'll call over a chip runner and until then your money plays."

    APPLIES TO: Land-based Venues

    SYNONYMS: Plays

    RELATED TERMS: Chip Runner, Ring Game, Table Stakes

  2. Noun

    A rule for table stakes games stipulating that cash may be considered part of the player's table stakes without being converted into chips first.

    EXAMPLE: "I enjoy money plays games more than no money plays games. I understand that chips are money, too, but there is no substitute for the thrill of piling up your winnings as cold hard cash."

    APPLIES TO: Land-based Venues

    SYNONYMS: Cash Plays

    ANTONYMS: No Cash Plays, No Money Plays

    RELATED TERMS: Plays, Table Stakes




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