Something deposited and redeemable by a sportive fine; -- whence the game of forfeits.
To fail to keep an obligation.
Not to be confused with ' resigns', a player 'forfeits' a game when he doesn't even bother to show up to play at the pre-arranged time and place. Generally regarded as very poor sportsmanship.
an unplayed game resulting when a team fails to show up for a scheduled contest, or does't have the minimum number of players to play
Has 2 Definitions, depending upon context 1)When you don't show up for a game (which is therefore not rated), or 2)When someone loses on time, a “time forfeit” (which is rated like any other loss) Fork A double attack, usually by a Knight or Pawn (thus looking like a “fork” in the road).
When a team fails to comply with the rules, or decides not to complete a game for any reason, or fails to appear, the referee may declare the game a forfeit and the score will be recorded 5-0.
A loss for a player who does not appear for a tournament game.
a wrestler receives A forfeit when his opponent, for any reason, fails to appear for the match.
Winning a match through failure of an opponent to appear.
In rare cases, baseball games are forfeited, and the score is recorded with the forfeiting team scoring no runs; their opponents are credited with the same number of runs as innings scheduled. Thus, a forfeited professional baseball game score will be 9-0; most amateur leagues play seven-inning games, thus forfeits are recorded as 7-0. However, if a forfeit occurs in the middle of an official game in which the forfeiting team is losing, the score will be recorded as it stands at the point of forfeit.