Definition of cash in one's chips in English:

cash in one's chips

informal Die: the two men never realized how close they had come to cashing in their chips
[with reference to gambling in a casino]
More example sentences
  • Roddy was in our monthly poker group that included a rowdy, hard-living group, nearly all of whom have cashed in their chips and are still great memories.
  • ‘On the 11 th,’ he says, ‘I came close to cashing in my chips.’
  • The legendary Veronica Dunne sings the role of the Countess, who also cashes in her chips, but not until she has hit a few high notes.
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