Money that has been put into a pot by poker players who have folded their cards.
Money placed into a pot that does not represent equal bets and calls by active players in the pot. This can be the earlier bets of players who have folded, or money placed in the pot before the deal. By extension, it is used as a derogatory term for money put in play by unskilled players who are legally eligible, but unlikely, to win it back. Can also refer to the player: Let's play that stud game--Joe and Diane are dead money.
When a player pays money to enter a tournament he or she is very unlikely to win. Before Chris Moneymaker won the WSOP he was considered "dead money."
1. The funds of a less skilled player, likely to be gobbled up by sharks. 2. Money put in the pot by players who have folded.
Money that has been put into the pot by players that have already folded.
Chips that are taken into the pot, but not considered part of a player's bet (normally when a player misses his blinds and posts both of them, the small blind is taken into the center of the pot and is dead). It is also used to describe a player who has little chance to win.
monies taken in by the dealer to the main pot if they have been wagered by a player and are no longer part of their stack
Tokens place in the center because they aren't part of a poker player's wager
The money in the pot that was put there by players who have folded before things hotted up
A term used by professional gamblers to describe players who have little chance of winning.
Money contributed to the pot by players who fold.
This is a term used to describe the money you leave when you fold a hand. If for example you had bet on your hole cards and bet further on the flop, folding to bets on the Turn then the sum that you forfeited up to that point can be considered as “dead money” (i.e you gave it away because there was no showdown).
the money left in the pot when a player folds his hand
(1) Money contributed to a pot by a player no longer in the pot. (2) A player in a tournament who has no realistic chance of winning.
Money that was put into the pot by players who have since folded.
Money contributed to the pot by a player that has folded and has no chance of winning it back.
Money in the pot that belongs to players that have already folded.
Money put into the pot by players who are no longer in the hand. Also used to refer to players who are judged to have little chance of winning.
Chips that are taken into the center of the pot because they are not considered part of a particular playerâ€(tm)s bet.
Money put into the pot by a player who subsequently folded, or money put in by a player holding a hand which is already beaten and has no chance of improving to the nuts. Dead money is also used to descibe people who enter a tournament who have no chance to win it.
A tournament player who has no realistic chance of winning.
Any amount wagered into the pot by players who have folded before the showdown. In a tournament, any amount of money invested (usually entrance fee) by an amateur player who is unlikely to win.
Money in the pot placed there by players that have already folded and can no longer be eligible to win.
a player who bets poorly and has little chance of winning.
An novice player who has virtually no shot at winning a tournament. Their chips are said to be "dead money".
Chips that are placed in the pot and are thereby not considered part of a player's bet.
n. Money contributed to the pot by players who have folded.
Money put into the pot by players who have since dropped out.
Money put into the pot by players who have missed their blinds and now want to post behind the button... their small blind post is "dead money".
Money put into the pot by a player who has since Folded.