A rule for table stakes games stipulating that cash must be converted to chips in order to be considered part of the player's table stakes; a rule stating that cash may not be wagered unless it is converted to chips.
EXAMPLE: "I like no cash plays games. I enjoy letting loose and thinking about chips as points rather than money. I tend to play as scared money more when there is actual cash on the table."
APPLIES TO: Land-based Venues
SYNONYMS: No Money Plays
ANTONYMS: Cash Plays, Money Plays
RELATED TERMS: Plays, Scared Money, Table Stakes