In games of chance and skill: To defeat (an opponent) (as in cards) so that he fails to gain a point, or (in checkers) to get a king.
To be beaten utterly and completely in a game. An example in Buffy would be if your opponent gets to 10 Destiny before you get any - that is a Skunk. "You let him walk all over you. I'm sorry to say it, but you got skunked."
an informal rule in table tennis that says that a player wins a game at a score of 7-0 or 11-1
a defeat in a game where one side fails to score
defeat by a lurch
Any game in which the loser scores 61-90 points, not making it onto Fourth Street. In most Sanctioned Tournaments, a Skunk counts as 3 game points while a regular win is 2. See Double Skunk.
to win by scoring 121 points when the opponent has not yet reached the last leg of the board, i.e., when the opponent has yet to score 91 points; generally scored as a double game; see double skunk
A losing player is skunked when they score from 90 to 61 points. The player loses two stakes. See also Double Skunk.
A team is skunked when they lose a game 7-0 (win none of the hands). (Contributed by TexasTinCup)