The team or player considered by the bookie to have less (or the least) chance of winning.
Before all the cards are dealt, a hand that does not figure to be the winner.
the team picked by handicappers to lose a sporting event
A hand that is not mathematically likely to win the pot.
candidate considered unlikely to win
Team expected to lose a game. Also called dog. It carries a plus sign.
one at a disadvantage and expected to lose
The start hand that is unlikely to end up the winner.
The team that is not favored to win.
A hand that has a little chance of winning compared to the other hands.
The predicted losing team in a particular contest.
A person or hand who is not the mathematical favorite to win. It is also called "dog."
Before all cards have been dealt, the hand with the lesser percentage to end up as the winner.
The same in poker as in any other competition, the underdog is the one that is least fancied to win.
Any team, person or thing mathematically disfavored to win the pot.
A person or hand who is not mathematically favored to win a pot.
a candidate unlikely to win; often leads a double-life as a mild-mannered shoeshine boy
The team, player or horse that is not expected to win.
A person or hand not mathematically favored to win a pot. For instance, if you flop four cards to your flush, you are not quite a 2:1 underdog to make your flush by the river (that is, you will make your flush about one in three times). See also "dog."
Name given to the player who holds the hand least likely of winning after the initial cards are dealt.
This is the team or player that is perceived to have the least chance of winning an event. The underdog is the direct opposite to the favourite.
Team most likely to loose the game, or that the odds are against it. Also refered to as "Dog".
Definition: The team expected to lose a game or lose against the spread, the weaker team. Examples: The Browns have lost 6 in a row and are +10 point underdogs against the Ravens.
When a hand is mathematically unlikely to win a hand, it is considered to be an Underdog.
The team perceived to be most likely to lose. Also known as the "dog" in sports betting terminology.
The least likely hand to win when the game reaches a showdown between the last two players.
The team or player likely to lose.
The team perceived to be most likely to lose. Also known as the "dog" for short.
The team or person less likely to win a particular event.
the team, side or contestant in any given event considered the least likely to win. See also short, puppy, Alpo, or dog
A hand that has an unfavorable chance of winning the hand.
The contestant in any given contest that is considered the least talented, or has the least chance to win the contest
The competitor not expected to win.
When two hands face off, the underdog is the one that's less likely to win than the other.
The team that receives a point start in a handicap.
When two hands go into a Showdown the Underdog is the one who looks like he's got the slimmest chance of winning.
Opposite of favourite, where the odds of winning are not in your favour - under 50
the team, side or contestant in any given event considered to be the least likely to win.
The team with a disadvantage in a Match Up.
The hand least likely to win.
The team perceived to be most likely to lose; the team receiving points or extra money.
The group or player estimated to lose
A person or hand that is less likely to win a pot vs. an opponents hand.
The team or player expected to lose.
A hand that does not have the best chance of winning before all the cards are dealt.
The team or player considered by the oddsmaker to have less chance of winning than their opponents.
A wrestler that appears to have little or no chance going into a match
The team that is predicted to lose the game. In a handicapped situation, they are the team given points in a pool.
A team that is expected to lose according to the odds.
A person or hand that is not favoured to win the pot.
An underdog is a person or group in a competition, frequently in electoral politics, sports, and creative works, who is popularly expected to lose. The party expected to win is called the favorite. If the underdog wins, the event is known as an upset.