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Gambling Terms

  • ABC Poker —
    A basic and predictable poker game.
    Accumulator —
    A bet that includes four and more selections in one wager. All parts must win.
    Aces —
    A bet on that the next roll will be the total sum of 2.
    Across the Board —
    Horse betting on win, place, and show in a single ticket.
    ACS —
    Automated Cashless System that allows gamblers to use debit cards.
    Action —
    1. A single play in the casino. 2. The total amount of money put into the play. 3. Dealer expression - means it's a player's turn.
    Active Player —
    A player that is still in hand.
    Add-On —
    The possibility to buy more chips during the game.
    Admission Packet —
    A minimum number of cards a player needs to purchase to join the game.
    Advantage gambling —
    Legal methods of gaining an advantage in gambling.
    Advantage Player —
    A player that practices advantage gambling.
    Aggregate Limit —
    The total payout liability of the casino for all the games.
    Aggregate Winnings —
    The total amount of a player's winnings.
    Aggressive —
    A poker term for a player who raises frequently.
    All In —
    An action when a player wagers all the leftover chips into the game.
    American Roulette —
    A variation of roulette with a wheel of 38 pockets. One of the pockets is a double zero.
    American Wheel —
    An American-style roulette with 38 pockets, one of which is a double zero.
    Anchor —
    A strong key bet that is included in most combos in a single multiple bet.
    Annuity —
    A payment plan which implies that you receive your winnings in parts within a long period.
    Ante —
    A forced bet that is required for the game to proceed.
    Ante Post —
    A bet placed on the prediction of the outcome of the event.
    Any Craps —
    A bet that the next roll will be 2, 3, or 12 in sum.
    Any Double —
    A bet on that 2 or 3 of the dice will have the same number on them.
    Any Triple —
    A bet on that all 3 of the dice will have the same number on them.
    Arbitrage —
    A series of bets that guarantee a profit regardless of the outcome of the event.
    Arbitrage betting —
    Taking advantage of the difference in odds for the guaranteed profit.
    Arcade Casino —
    A digital simulator of casino game machines.
    Arm —
    A player that is skilled enough in throwing the dice to alter the odds of the game.
    ATS —
    Against The Spread. A bet on the spread of the game instead of the money line.
    Automat Club —
    A gambling venue that provides automatic casino games.
    Automatic Card Shuffler —
    A device that randomly shuffles the packs of cards to ensure the fairness of the game.
    Mark —
    In keno, some kind of symbol that indicates which numbers the player chose.
  • Baccarat —
    A card game where the player should bet on whether the player or the dealer has a winning hand.
    Back Door —
    A hand in a poker game made with two last cards dealt.
    Back Hand —
    The first hand of 5 cards that must be the strongest out of other 3 player's hands.
    Back Line —
    A bet on that the shooter will lose.
    Back Raise —
    A re-raise from the player who just has called.
    Backer —
    A person that finances the player but is not participating in a game.
    Bad Beat —
    To lose a hand that had to win.
    Banca Francesa —
    A dice game where the dealer is responsible for throwing the dice.
    Banco —
    Roulette term that means that a player places all the money in one bet.
    Banker —
    A player that bets against all the other players at the table.
    Bankroll —
    The amount of money available for betting.
    Barred —
    To be barred is to receive a red card from the casino.
    Barrel —
    A poker player who makes successful bets on post-flop streets.
    Bean —
    An ante or a chip that is used for placing the ante.
    Beard —
    Someone who places bets instead of a player to hide the player's identity.
    Beginner's luck —
    A belief that new players are always lucky.
    Behind —
    A poker hand that is unlikely to win over the rival's hand.
    Bet —
    A wager placed in a game.
    Betting Layout —
    The field with numbers on which players can place bets.
    Betting Limits —
    The minimum and maximum amounts of money players can bet.
    Betting Right —
    Betting on the shooter.
    Betting Table —
    A table where bets are placed.
    Betting Wrong —
    Betting against the shooter.
    Big 6 —
    A bet on that the 6 will be rolled before the 7.
    Big 8 —
    A bet on that the 8 will be rolled before the 7.
    Big Bet —
    A double of the betting limit in the initial round in fixed-limit games.
    Big Blind —
    A forced bet by the player sitting two to the left of the dealer before any cards are dealt.
    Big Blind Special —
    A Big Blind that wins the hand because no one else entered the pot.
    Big Red —
    A bet on the 7.
    Binary betting —
    A form of betting where the odds are rated on a scale of 0 to 100.
    Bingo —
    When the numbers of the player's cards match the numbers, a host randomly draws.
    Bingo Board —
    A display that shows the numbers that are called.
    Bingo Book —
    A set of bingo cards that are used for a bingo session.
    Bingo Card —
    A sheet with a form that is used to play a bingo game.
    A decentralized digital currency aka cryptocurrency.
    Black Book —
    A book where all the names of punished or banned people are listed.
    Blackjack —
    When in a Blackjack game the original 2-card hand totals 21 points.
    Blackout —
    A bingo game when all the numbers must match for a player to win.
    Blank —
    A card in poker that doesn't impact the value of hands.
    Blind —
    A forced bet that has to be made before the players see the cards.
    Blind Bet —
    A bet placed before the player knows which card comes next.
    Blinds —
    Forced bets in poker made by players to the left of the dealer.
    Blocker —
    A card in the hand of the player needed by another player to win.
    Bluff —
    To pretend to have a strong or a weak hand to fool everyone and win.
    Bluff Catcher —
    A hand that is good enough to beat someone who is bluffing.
    Board —
    Poker cards that are dealt face-up.
    Boat —
    The same as a full house. Three cards of the same value plus two cards of the same value.
    Bones —
    Another term for dice.
    Bonus —
    Appealing offers online casinos have to lure in players.
    Bonus Ball —
    A lottery term for an additional number that can win prizes combined with a regular winning set.
    Bonus Round —
    Slots term for an additional round triggered by the specific combination of symbols.
    Book —
    An establishment where the sports bets are accepted.
    Bookmaker —
    A person that accepts sports bets.
    Bookmaker/Bookie —
    A person that accepts sports bets.
    Bottom Pair —
    A poker term for a pair made with the lowest cards in the flop.
    Box Numbers —
    Also known as point numbers - 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10
    Boxcars —
    To roll two 6 on the dice.
    Boxing —
    A combat sport where two people are throwing punches at each other for a certain amount of time.
    Boxman —
    A person that examines the dice before letting them return into the game.
    Break —
    A hand in Blackjack that is worth more than 21 and is automatically considered to be a loss.
    Break-Even Point —
    The percentage of bets needed to win to break-even.
    Breaking the bank —
    When the player wins a critical amount of money from a casino.
    Brick —
    A poker card that doesn't help any hands.
    Bring In —
    In poker to make the first bet in the initial round of a hand.
    Broadway —
    A poker hand of ace-high straight.
    BUCK —
    The original dealer button with a buckhorn handle.
    Buffalo —
    A $5 bet plus a $1 on the big red or any seven.
    Bug —
    The Joker card.
    Bump —
    To raise.
    Buried Pair —
    A poker pair of two down cards dealt in stud.
    Burn Cards —
    Discarded cards in poker.
    Bust —
    A hand in Blackjack that is worth more than 21 and is automatically considered to be a loss.
    Button —
    The small disc that moves clockwise to indicate the dealer of each hand.
    Buy —
    A large bet that is supposed to discourage other players.
    Buy-In —
    An amount of money needed to join the game.
  • Cage —
    An old-school device traditionally used to shake the dice before rolling.
    Call —
    When the player matches the current bet.
    Calling Station —
    A poker player who calls all the time.
    Camouflage —
    An action that is meant to hide that the player is counting cards.
    Canadian Line —
    A combination point spread and moneyline bet in hockey.
    Cap —
    The maximum number of raises in a single round.
    Capping a Bet —
    A way of cheating when a player adds extra chips to the bet after the deal has started.
    Card counting —
    A Blackjack game strategy used to determine if the next hand can give a player an advantage.
    Card Shark —
    A player who uses skill to win in poker or other card games.
    Card Washing —
    A way of shuffling the cards when they're placed faces down on the table and "sloshed around".
    Caribbean Stud Poker —
    A poker game similar to five-stud played with one deck of cards against the casino.
    Carousel —
    Slot machines placed in a circle.
    Carpet Joint —
    A luxury casino with carpets.
    Carte —
    A French term for a card to be dealt with.
    Case money —
    Last money spent on chips to play.
    Cash Bonus —
    Bonus money offered players in online casinos as a reward for the first deposit.
    Cash Out —
    To withdraw the winnings from the online casino account.
    Cashback —
    A refund credited to the player's balance. Equals a certain percentage from the money lost in gambling.
    Cashcheck —
    A check issued by an online casino for a player to receive the win.
    Cashier's Desk —
    The desk in the casino where a cashier exchanges money for chips.
    Cashier’s Cage —
    The booth in the casino where a cashier exchanges money for chips.
    Casino —
    An establishment where gamblers can play slots, table, and card games for money.
    Casino Advantage —
    The likelihood for the casino to raise money thanks to the players losing.
    Casino Hold'em Poker —
    The most popular poker style played in casinos.
    Casino Rate —
    The discounted cost of the hotel room that belongs to the casino.
    Casino Rewards —
    Loyalty programs in the gambling industry.
    Casino token —
    Another name for chips used as an equivalent for money to play.
    Catch —
    When a drawn number matches the number on a keno card of a player.
    Chase —
    When after losing several bets in a row a player continues to bet hoping to recoup the loss.
    Chasing —
    To continue betting to recoupe the loss after several losses in a row.
    Chat Room —
    A space in online casinos where players can talk to each other.
    Check —
    An action in poker to stay in hand without betting but with the chance to call or raise in this round.
    Check in the Dark —
    An action in poker when the player checks before seeing the hole cards.
    Check Raise —
    To check and raise in poker after the bet of another player.
    Checked Around —
    When all poker players check on a given street.
    Chemin De Fer —
    A French card game similar to Baccarat.
    Chinese auction —
    A combination of a raffle and an auction that is considered to originate from China.
    Chinese Poker —
    A game of poker played with one deck and from two to four players.
    Chip and a Chair —
    A gambling expression that means the player with one chip still can win a tournament.
    Chip Tray —
    A tray on the playing table in the dealer area where chips are stacked.
    Chips —
    Plastic discs used as an equivalent to money to play in casinos.
    Chop —
    To share everything that is in the pot among all active players.
    Chop the Blinds —
    When poker players agree to take their blinds back and end the hand.
    Choppy Game —
    A game of poker when players and the house lose and win in turns.
    Chuck-a-Luck —
    A Sic Bo variation introduced in England.
    CHURN —
    The number of times a player turns the bankroll over at any gambling game.
    sports term for the game with a limited maximum bet due to certain predicaments.
    Clear —
    An action in poker that cancels all the bets and returns chips to players.
    Closed —
    The moment in keno when bets can't be placed anymore.
    Closing Line —
    The final betting line before the event begins.
    Coat Tail —
    To use the exact same strategy as the player who previously won.
    Coin board —
    A variation on pull-tab games.
    Cold —
    A slot machine with low payout rates.
    Cold Call —
    A poker term for a call after a bet or a raise.
    Cold Streak —
    A streak of losses.
    Cold Table —
    An expression for players who lose while making the right bets.
    Color Up —
    To request smaller value chips to be exchanged for larger value ones.
    Column Bet —
    A roulette term for a bet on one of the three 12-number columns on the layout.
    Combination Bet —
    To bet on several teams or horses to finish first and second.
    Combination Ticket —
    A keno card that allows a player to select two or more groups with any number of spots and the combination of groups.
    Combination Way Ticket —
    A keno ticket in which two or more groups of numbers are bet differently.
    Come Bet —
    To bet for the shooter to win.
    Come Out Roll —
    The first roll of the game.
    Come-Out —
    The first roll of the game.
    Commission —
    A casino fee that applies to all the winnings paid by the bank.
    Community Cards —
    Poker cards dealt face up and available to all players.
    Comp —
    Short for complimentary - any bonus a casino offers.
    Comp Points —
    Reward points added to the player's account as a part of the online casino's bonus program.
    Complete —
    A poker bet equal to the amount of the lowest betting limit made after the bring in.
    Comps —
    Short for complimentary - any bonus a casino offers.
    Connectors —
    Poker cards of consecutive rank.
    Continuation Bet —
    An action in poker when the raiser pre-flop bets out on the flop.
    Continuous Shuffling Machine —
    A machine that shuffles card continuously.
    Cooler —
    An unlucky player whose presence is believed to bring bad luck to others.
    Coordinated —
    The board with connected or suited cards.
    Copy —
    When a poker player and a banker have the same hand.
    Counterfeit —
    A term for when a hand loses its value when the community cards form a better one.
    Coup —
    The round in poker.
    COVER —
    To beat the point spread and win the bet.
    Crack —
    To win over a big hand.
    Cracking The Nut —
    A term for a net profit after a play session.
    Craps —
    The 2, 3, or 12 on the dice and also the name of the casino game.
    Credit —
    One betting unit in some online casinos.
    Crossroader —
    A player that cheats to win.
    Croupier —
    A dealer in French.
    CSM —
    A Continuous Shuffling Machine.
    Cut —
    In Blackjack to divide a shuffled deck into two parts and place the bottom one on top.
    Cut Card —
    A card that indicates where the deck must be cut.
    Cut Off —
    The first player to the right of the button.
    Cycle —
    Video poker term for the average number of hands between top payout wins.
  • d'Alembert —
    A roulette strategy when the player doubles the bet after a loss.
    D’Alembert Betting System —
    The principle of equilibrium - you are more likely to win after a loss.
    Dead Heat —
    A horse betting term for two and more horses to finish in a tie.
    Degenerate Gambler —
    An insult. An active addict who bets money and things they can't afford to lose.
    Deposit —
    A certain amount of money transferred to the player's account in the online casino.
    Deposit Bonus —
    A bonus a player gets as a reward for deposited money.
    Deposit Method —
    The way of money transfer a user needs to chose to deposit funds to the online casino account.
    Deuce —
    A two in poker.
    Deuces Wild Poker —
    A popular video poker variation played in online casinos.
    Dice —
    Small cubes with certain numbers of dots on each side used to gamble.
    Dice Control —
    A theory that suggests that the player can toss the dice in a certain way to win.
    Dime —
    A bet of $1000.
    Dime Bet —
    A bet of $1000.
    Dime Line —
    A line with a juice of 10%.
    Dirty Money —
    Money that was obtained in an illegal or immoral way.
    Discard Tray —
    A tray where discarded poker cards rest.
    Dog —
    In sports gambling a short term for the underdog.
    Dog Player —
    In sports gambling a term for a player who mostly plays the underdog.
    Dollar —
    A bet of $100.
    Dollar Bet —
    A bet of $100.
    Dolly —
    In roulette a doll-shaped figure that marks the winning number.
    Dominate —
    A poker hand that is stronger than the hand of the opponent.
    Don't Come —
    To bet for the shooter to lose.
    Don't Pass Line —
    To bet for the shooter to lose.
    Don’t Come Bet —
    To bet for the shooter to lose.
    Don’t Pass Bet —
    To bet for the shooter to lose.
    Door Card —
    The first poker card revealed by the dealer when they spread out the flop.
    Double —
    In craps a bet on a number from 1 to 6.
    Double Bonus Poker —
    A video poker game, a high payouts variation of Bonus Poker.
    Double Double Bonus Poker —
    A video poker game, an extra-high payouts variation of Double Bonus Poker.
    Double Down —
    In Blackjack to double the bet and get one more card.
    Double for Less —
    In Blackjack to double down with a bet that is twice smaller than the original one.
    Double or Nothing —
    In Blackjack a bet that must pay out the original one.
    Doubling Down —
    In Blackjack to double the bet and get one more card.
    Down to the Felt —
    A player who has no more money.
    Download Casino —
    A virtual casino that offers an app to allow users to gamble from the mobile device.
    Dozen Bet —
    In roulette a bet on 1 of the 3 consecutive dozens on the table.
    Dragon Hand —
    When in poker, a hand is dealt with the empty seat.
    Draw —
    To request one more card.
    Draw Poker —
    A variation of poker game where players can discard cards and get a new hand from a deck.
    Drawing Dead —
    When no cards can offer a player a winning hand.
    Drawing Thin —
    When a poker player draws to very few outs.
    Drop —
    To give up and leave the round.
    Drop Box —
    A case in the casino where chips are stored.
    Dry —
    A poker board with no connected or suited cards.
    Duo —
    A bet in craps on that two certain numbers will appear on the dice.
  • Early Surrender —
    A Blackjack rule that allows a player to surrender and half their bet before the dealer checks for blackjack.
    Easy Way —
    In craps a dice roll of 4, 6, 8, or 10.
    eCOGRA —
    E-Commerce Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance - an agency that audits online casinos.
    Edge —
    To have an advantage over the opponent.
    Edge sorting —
    To try to determine what card is it by exploring insignificant differences on the backs of cards.
    En Plein —
    A French term for a Straight Up Bet.
    En Prison Rule —
    In roulette a chance to recover the stakes of the player after a spin of zero.
    Encryption —
    The technology that protects the online account, data, and money transfer ways of the user.
    End-of-the-day betting effect —
    The tendency for gamblers to have high-risk but high-reward bets at the end of their betting session.
    Equity —
    The amount of money a player is expected to win based on the odds.
    European Roulette —
    A roulette variation with a wheel of 27 pockets and no double zero.
    EV —
    A short term for the expected value returned on any wager.
    Even —
    A bet on that the total of all 3 dice will equal an even number.
    Even money —
    A wagering proposition with even odds which means the bettor will lose or win the same amount of money.
    Even Money Bet —
    A bet that will pay back the same amount of money that was wagered.
    Exotic —
    In horse betting a bet other than a straight bet or parlay.
    Expectation —
    The amount of money expected to win based on probability.
    Expected value —
    The predicted average gain or loss.
    Expected Win Rate —
    The percentage of the money the player is expected to win.
    Exposure —
    The maximum limit of money a sportsbook can lose on a game.
    Eye-in-the-Sky —
    Surveillance cameras in the land-based casinos.
  • Face Cards —
    Cards with a face - Jack, Queen, King.
    Face Down Card —
    A card placed face down on the table so that no one can see it.
    Face Up Card —
    A card placed face-up on the table so that everyone can see it.
    Fade —
    To bet against someone.
    Favorite —
    A team or a horse expected to win the game or the race.
    Ficheur —
    A device in American Roulette used to manage the chips and dispense them.
    Fifth Street —
    In poker a third round of bets when players have the whole 5-card hand.
    Fifty Cents —
    A bet of $50.
    Figure —
    An amount of money owed to a bookmaker or by them.
    Fill —
    The money a sportsbook operator takes on a wager.
    Fill Up —
    To receive a card that creates a full house.
    Finale Schnaps —
    In roulette on numbers 11, 22, and 33.
    Finales —
    Numbers on the roulette wheel that end in the same digit.
    Fire —
    In craps to place a very large bet.
    FIRING —
    To be firing is to make a lot if large bets.
    First Base —
    The first player in Blackjack to be dealt cards.
    First Half Bet —
    A wager placed on the first half of the game.
    Fish —
    A card player who bets on each hand regardless of its strength and loses frequently.
    Five Card Charlie —
    A variation of Blackjack where the five-card hand that doesn't bust wins.
    Five Card Stud —
    Poker variation with multiple rounds. The game uses one deck and is played against opponents.
    Five-Number Bet —
    A bet in American Wheel that 0, 00, 1, 2, or 3 will hit next.
    Fixed Odds —
    When the odds in sports betting are predetermined.
    Flash Casino —
    A virtual casino based on Flash software.
    Flashboard —
    The display that shows numbers that create a keno draw.
    Flat Betting —
    To bet the same amount of money for each hand.
    Flat Call —
    When a poker player calls a bet instead of raising.
    Flat Top —
    A slot with a fixed jackpot amount.
    FLEA —
    An annoying player that doesn't meet the casino's criteria and has unreasonably high expectations.
    Flop —
    In poker the first 3 community cards dealt faces up.
    Flush —
    A poker hand of all cards from the same suit.
    Fold —
    To give up and leave the round due to the losing hand.
    Forecast —
    A bet that forecasts the 1st and the 2nd places of the event.
    Foul —
    A hand that can't be played due to a certain reason.
    Fouling a Hand —
    To set a poker hand incorrectly.
    Four Corners —
    A bingo pattern when the corner numbers must match to win.
    Fourth Street —
    The second round of bets in the Seven Card Stud poker.
    Free Card —
    A poker card that is dealt without any players putting money in the pot because everyone checked.
    Free Space —
    A free center square of the bingo card.
    Free Spin —
    A spin in a slot game that doesn't require a player to wager money.
    Freeroll —
    A poker tournament without an enter fee.
    Freeze-Out —
    A poker tournament where a re-buy is not allowed.
    Front Hand —
    The last poker hand of 3 cards that need to be the weakest one.
    Front Line —
    To bet for a shooter to win.
    Front Money —
    The money deposited to the casino before the player joins the game.
    ftw —
    For The Win.
    Full House —
    A poker hands of two cards of one rank and three cards of another rank.
    Full Ring —
    A poker game in which 9 or 10 players take part.
    Future —
    The bet placed on the predicted outcome of the event.
    Futures —
    Bets placed on the predicted outcome of the event.
  • Gambler's fallacy —
    The false belief that if something happens frequently enough, it must stop soon.
    Gambler's ruin —
    A losing strategy that will "ruin' the player.
    George —
    The gambler who tips the dealer.
    Getting Down —
    Making a bet.
    Getting out stakes —
    The final horse race of the day.
    Goose —
    The device for mixing and drawing keno balls.
    GOY —
    Game of the Year.
    Grand Salami —
    The combined score of all hockey games of the day.
    Grease —
    A bribe offered to a dealer or any illegal activity.
    Grid —
    A matrix of different bets or in online casinos players click on the grid to make, withdraw, or confirm the bet.
    Grind —
    To play a lot of small poker games over a long time to make money.
    Groom Porter —
    The owner or the operator of the casino or the gaming hall.
    The amount of money the casino has won.
    Gross Winnings —
    The total payout - a bet plus winnings.
    Gutshot —
    In poker, a drawing hand.
  • Half Time Bet —
    A bet only on the second part of the event.
    Half-a-Dollar —
    A bet of $50.
    Hand —
    The cards a player holds in hand.
    Hand in Front —
    A 2- card hand in poker that is usually placed in front of the 5-card hand.
    Handicap —
    When a bookmaker tries to even out the odds assigning virtual advantage to a certain competitor.
    Handicapper —
    The bookmaker who spreads the points.
    Handicapping —
    Predicting the result of the game by studying statistics and other details.
    Handle —
    The total amount of money wagered during the event.
    Hard —
    A combination of numbers created by same numbers on dice.
    Hard Count —
    The process of counting the coins in the casino.
    Hard Hand —
    A poker hand that can have only a single value.
    Hard Way —
    A dice roll of numbers 4, 6, 8, or 10 that is rolled hard before an easy way or a 7.
    Hardway —
    In bingo, a straight line without free space used.
    Heads Up —
    A Blackjack game with only one player.
    Heads-Up —
    A poker game played between two players.
    Heater —
    A series of events that happen during the game within a short time and benefit the player.
    HEDGE —
    Bets placed on different outcomes of the original bet.
    Hedging —
    To place bets on different outcomes to secure the win.
    Hi-Lo —
    A bet in craps that the next roll is either 2 or 12.
    High Bet —
    A roulette bet placed on all numbers from 19 to 36.
    High Card —
    The highest card in a hand when this hand is worth less than a pair.
    High Hand —
    A poker hand of five cards.
    High Roller —
    A player who places large bets.
    High-Low —
    A simple card game for beginners.
    Hijack —
    A player two seats right to the button.
    Hit —
    In slots, to spin a winning combination of items.
    HOLD —
    The buy-in money that a table game keeps.
    Hole Card —
    In blackjack a dealt from the deck card placed face down.
    Hole carding —
    To find out the value of the card that is supposed to be unknown.
    Home Field Advantage —
    In sports betting, the edge the home team is supposed to have.
    Honeymoon Period —
    A winning streak new players have.
    Hook —
    A half-point in sports betting.
    HOOPS —
    Slang for basketball.
    Hop Bet —
    A bet on the certain combination of the dice.
    Horn Bet —
    A bet on that the number will be 2, 3, 11, or 12, made in multiples of four.
    Hot Game —
    A game that involves a lot of bets and money wagered.
    Hot Streak —
    A streak of wins.
    Hot Table —
    In poker, when players who bet right win often.
    HOT TIP —
    Some inside information a bookmaker knows.
    House —
    The casino.
    House Edge —
    The expected percentage of players' losses the casino will profit from.
    House Rules —
    The rules of the casino.
    House Way —
    The set of rules for dealers.
  • Implied Odds —
    In poker, predicted odds that are calculated based on expected earnings.
    Inside Bet —
    In roulette, a bet placed on a certain number.
    Inside Straight Draw —
    Almost a straight that can be completed with one middle card.
    Instant Casino —
    An online casino that allows users to play right away.
    Instant Win —
    The lottery ticket that instantly shows if there is a win.
    Insurance —
    A bet in Blackjack that a dealer will have a natural.
    Inverse gambler's fallacy —
    The misconception that a random process becomes less random.
    Irregular Playing Patterns —
    A player that wagers drastically irregular amounts of money or switches between games.
    Isolate —
    A raise that is meant to force everyone fold.
  • Jackpot —
    A huge win.
    Jacks or Better —
    A variation of video poker where hands only with Jack or higher win.
    Joker Poker —
    A poker game played with Jockers.
    Juice —
    The commission the bookmaker gets.
    Junket —
    A group of players who travel to the casino to play.
  • Keno —
    A lottery game where players place bets on numbers from 1 to 80.
    Kicker —
    The card that is used to determine the winner when there are two hands of a same rank.
    King Ticket —
    A keno ticket with one spot selected.
    Kitty —
    A pool of money to which all players have contributed to cover the drinks, buying cards, chips, etc.
  • La Grande —
    A 2-card poker hand that is worth 9 points.
    La Petite —
    A 2-card poker hand that is worth 8 points.
    Ladderman —
    A casino employee that watches the game.
    Lady —
    A Queen.
    Late betting —
    To place a bet in roulette when the ball has landed in the pocket.
    Lay Down —
    To fold a hand in poker.
    Lay Odds —
    To bet something will not happen.
    Lay the Odds —
    To bet something will not happen.
    Laying the Points —
    To bet the favorite by giving up points.
    Laying the Price —
    To bet the favorite by laying money odds.
    Layoff —
    A wager made by a bookmaker with another one to reduce the risks or balance out the action.
    Layout —
    The pattern of the gaming table that indicates where to place a bet.
    Let it Ride —
    In poker, to add the win to the current bet.
    Limit —
    The maximum amount of money a gambler can bet.
    Limp —
    In poker, to flat call the big blind.
    Line Bet —
    Betting odds or the point spread.
    Linemaker —
    The one who creates betting lines.
    Lines —
    Betting odds or the point spread.
    Little Joe —
    A hard 4 in craps.
    Live Dealer Games —
    Live games in the online casino with a real dealer.
    Lo —
    Low poker - a game where the lowest hand is the winning one.
    Load Up —
    To bet the maximum amount in the slots game.
    Lobby —
    To leave the poker table but reserve the seat by leaving the chips.
    Locals casino —
    A casino where mostly local people play.
    Lock —
    A player that wins easily.
    Long Odds —
    Odds which are bigger than 10:1.
    Long Term —
    Something that will bring profit not instantly, but over a long time.
    Longshot —
    The player that's unlikely to win.
    Loose —
    A poker player who plays many hands.
    Loot box —
    In online casinos, a virtual box with prizes or other valuable items.
    Low Bet —
    In roulette, to bet on all of the first 8 numbers.
    Low Hand —
    2-card hand in poker.
    Low Roller —
    The player that wagers small amounts of money.
    Low Triple —
    In craps, a roll of triples with 1, 2, or 3.
    Loyalty Program —
    In online casinos, all the bonuses and rewards the casino offers the gamblers.
    Lump Sum —
    A lottery payout issued in a single payment.
  • Main Menu —
    A menu on the online casino website with a list of all the types of games and other pages.
    Maniac —
    A poker player who plays aggressively and loosely.
    Mark —
    In keno, some kind of symbol that indicates which numbers the player chose.
    Marker —
    Special credits that give gamblers access to the large amounts of money.
    Matchplay —
    A coupon used for table games in casinos.
    Max Bet —
    The maximum amount of money a gambler can bet.
    Mechanic —
    A player who cheats by arranging the cards using the sleight of hands.
    Middle —
    To win both sides on one event by wagering on underdog and favorite.
    Middle Hand —
    A second poker hand of five cards.
    Middle Pair —
    A poker hand that consists of a pair with a middle valued card on the flop.
    Minimum Bet —
    The minimum amount of money a player can wager.
    Miss —
    In poker, to not make a hand.
    Money Line —
    A bet on a winner without point spread odds.
    Moneyline —
    A bet on a winner without point spread odds.
    Monkey —
    In poker, a 10 or a face card.
    Monster —
    A very strong poker hand.
    Moose —
    A poker bet that goes terribly wrong even though things are progressing as planned.
    Move the Line —
    To pay an additional price to get a half of a point or more in favor of a player.
    Muck —
    In poker, to fold a hand faces down.
    Multi-Hand Game —
    A game where players can play more than one hand.
    Multi-line Game —
    A slot game where players can wager on more than one line.
    Multi-Player Game —
    A game that requires several players.
    Multi-Race Ticket —
    A keno ticket that is wagered in several games.
    Multi-Tabling —
    To play at several poker tables at the same time.
    Multiplayer Games —
    Games that involve many players.
    Multiplier —
    A unit by which odds, bonuses, etc. are multiplied.
    Mush —
    To create bad luck for other gamblers.
    MVG —
    Most Valued Guest.
  • Natural —
    In poker, a 2-card hand worth 8 or 9 points.
    Natural (gambling) —
    A roll of 7 or 11.
    Net Winnings —
    The total amount of winnings in the casino.
    A field where none of the teams have an advantage.
    No Action —
    A bet in which no money was lost or won.
    No Limit —
    A game where the size of the bet is not limited.
    No-Limit Poker —
    Poker game with no limits on bets.
    Non-Negotiable Chips —
    Chips that can't be exchanged for cash or prize.
    Non-Sticky Bonus —
    Bonus money granted as a reward for the first deposit.
    Nosebleed —
    Extremely high strakes.
  • Odds —
    The chances that the competitor wins set by the sportsbook.
    Odds compiler —
    A person who sets the odds.
    Off the Board —
    A game with no action at the current moment.
    Off-Suit —
    In poker, cards of different suits.
    Omaha —
    A variation of Hold'em poker with multiple rounds and one deck.
    On Tilt —
    A player who reacts vividly to losses and begins playing recklessly and angrily.
    One-Roll Bet —
    The bet on the results of the next roll.
    Online Casino —
    A virtual casino that can be accessed through the Internet.
    Open —
    In poker, to make a first bet of the round.
    Optimal Strategy —
    The strategy that is the best for the current game.
    Oscar's grind —
    The betting strategy when the outcome is 50/50.
    Out —
    An undealt card that potentially can create a hand.
    Outdraw —
    To create a better poker card than the opponent by drawing cards.
    Outlaw Line —
    The earliest line in betting where only certain gamblers are allowed to wager.
    Outside —
    In roulette, a bet that isn't placed on any number.
    Outside Bet —
    In roulette, an even-money bet (for example, on red/black).
    Over Card —
    In poker, a hole card higher than any other card on the board.
    Over Pair —
    A poker pair with a higher rank than other cards on the board.
    Over Under —
    A bet on whether the score will be higher or lower than a certain number.
    Overbet —
    In poker, a bet that is larger than the pot.
    Overdrawn —
    A bingo number that seems to be drawn too frequently.
    Overdue —
    A bingo number that seems to be drawn not too frequently.
    Overlay —
    Money added to the prize pool by the poker room.
  • Paint —
    In poker, a face card.
    Pair —
    A combination of two cards of the same rank.
    Pallet —
    A long wooden tool a dealer uses to move cards on the table.
    Parlay —
    To add the previous win to the current bet.
    Paroli —
    To add the previous win to the current bet.
    Pass —
    To not bet or fold in poker.
    Pass Line —
    To bet for the shooter to win.
    Passive —
    A poker player that tends to just passively call.
    Pat Hand —
    To keep a hand and not take any more cards.
    Pay Line —
    A line in slots that brings a player a win.
    Pay Table —
    A list of the payout structure for the winning combinations of cards.
    Payline —
    A line in slots with a winning combination of symbols.
    Payoff —
    The won money a player receives.
    Payout —
    The payment in which a casino issues the player's winnings.
    Payout Odds —
    The amount of money the player wins placing the right bet.
    Payout Percentage —
    The statistical percentage of the won wagers.
    Payout Table —
    The list of payout odds.
    Penetration —
    A ratio of the cards the dealer cuts off to the dealt cards.
    Phantom Bonus —
    A bonus that disappears upon the withdrawal in the online casino.
    PICK or PICK'EM —
    A term for the even point spread.
    Picks —
    Bets in sports betting.
    Pigeon —
    A player who is considered to be bad by other players.
    Pineapple —
    A poker variation that is similar to the Hold'em version.
    Pit —
    Gambling action unrelated to poker or sports betting that takes place in the casino.
    Pit Boss —
    The one who manages the employees that work in the pit.
    Pit manager —
    Another term for a pit boss.
    PK —
    Abbreviation for Pick'em.
    Place —
    To finish at least in the top five in a poker competition.
    Place Bet —
    To place a bet on a specific number in dice.
    Play Bonus —
    A bonus in the online casino that can be used to gamble.
    Play For Fun —
    A mode in the online casino that allows users to play without wagering the money.
    PLAYER —
    The person who gambles.
    Playthrough Requirement —
    In online casinos, the number of times the bonus needs to be wagered to withdraw it.
    Plug —
    A card dealing technique.
    Pocket Cards —
    Cards that are dealt faces down in poker.
    Pocket Pair —
    A pair of hole cards in poker.
    Point —
    The number in a come-out roll other than a natural or craps.
    Point Spread —
    Points that given to a losing team to even out the odds.
    Poker —
    A generic term for card games that involve rounds and certain winning combinations.
    Pokies —
    A term for slots games used in Australia and New Zealand.
    Pony —
    A British slang term for £25.
    Position —
    The order in which players take actions during a round.
    Post —
    In poker, to put chips in the pot.
    Postage Stamp —
    In bingo, a pattern with a 2x2 grid formed in one of the corners.
    Pot —
    The accumulated during the round amount of money used to pay out the win.
    Pot Limit —
    A fixed bet size per round that is equivalent to a size of the pot.
    Pot Odds —
    The ratio of the amount of money in the pot and the required amount for the bet.
    Powerball —
    A variation of lottery where five numbers and the bonus ball must be matched for a win.
    Press —
    To bet a larger amount of money than usually.
    Press a Bet —
    To add the win from a previous bet to a current one.
    Price —
    In sports betting, the odds of a point spread.
    Progression Betting —
    To bet a bit larger amounts when you win and a bit smaller when you lose.
    Progressive Jackpot —
    A jackpot that continues to grow until it is won by someone.
    Progressive Slot —
    A slot game with a progressive jackpot in the online casino.
    Provably fair —
    A game is provably fair - means that its fairness can be proven somehow.
    Puckline —
    A point spread where the odds are around 1.5.
    Pull Tab —
    A lottery ticket with a number or symbol hidden under a cover that must be pulled away.
    Punter —
    A bettor, a gambler.
    Punto —
    A player in Baccarat or the bet placed on the winning player.
    Punto Banco —
    Another name for Baccarat game.
    Puppy —
    Another name for the underdog.
    Push —
    When neither the house nor the gambler wins. The gambler gets the bet back.
  • Quads —
    A poker hand of four cards of the same rank.
    Qualifier —
    The minimum hand value required to place the first bet in the first round.
    Quarter Bet —
    In roulette, to bet on four numbers in one wager.
    Queer —
    Fake money.
    Quick Pick —
    A lottery ticked where numbers are preselected by the computer.
  • Rabbit Hunt —
    To run out the rest of the hand in poker even though the actual hand is made.
    Racino —
    A racetrack with slot machines.
    Rack —
    A player who has a very hot run in poker.
    Rag —
    A poker card of a little value that doesn't make a hand better.
    Rail —
    To watch the casino game not joining it.
    Rainbow —
    3 or 4 cards of different suits.
    Raise —
    To place a bet higher than the previous one in poker.
    Rake —
    A flat fee the casino has collected for each hand played in poker.
    Rank —
    The value of the poker card.
    Rapid Roulette —
    A roulette wheel with several betting terminals.
    Rating —
    When the casino tracks the activity of players.
    Re-Buy —
    An additional amount of chips a player can buy during the poker round.
    Redraw —
    A chance that the hand will improve with drawn cards.
    Reels —
    The rotating element of a slots machine with symbols on it.
    Reload Bonus —
    A reward for the deposits in the online casino.
    Represent —
    To act in a way that tells everyone what hand one has.
    Return —
    A total sum won by the gambler.
    Reverse Tells —
    To act in a certain way to give everyone a false impression about the hand.
    Rewards Scheme —
    A loyalty program of the online casino.
    RFB —
    Room, Food, Beverage - a service land-based casinos offer.
    Right Bettor —
    The person who bets with a shooter.
    Ring Game —
    A regular poker game played outside of any tournaments.
    Risk premium —
    The minimum win on a risky bet.
    River —
    The community card in poker dealt last.
    RNG —
    Random Number Generator in slot games.
    Roll —
    A short term for a bankroll.
    Rolled Up —
    A three of a kind as a starting hand in seven-card stud.
    Roulette Wheel —
    The rotating mechanism of roulette with numbers and pockets on it.
    To wager several parlays in one bet.
    Rounder —
    A good player who makes a living from poker.
    Royal Flush —
    A top-ranked hand that consists of Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and ten all of one suit.
    Royalties —
    Poker bonuses for pre-determined strong hands.
    Run down —
    The list of all the lines for a certain time, date, sport, and so on.
    Run-line —
    A point spread in Baseball.
    The list of all the lines for a certain time, date, sport, and so on.
    Runner —
    A person who places bets for someone else.
  • Sawbuck —
    A bet of $10.
    Sawdust Joint —
    Slang for low-class casinos and gambling centers.
    Scalper —
    A gambler who tries to get an advantage from the difference in odds.
    Scared Money —
    A bankroll that a player can't afford to lose.
    Scatter Symbol —
    Special slots symbol that payout if two or more of them appear anywhere on the screen.
    Scoop —
    To win the whole poker pot.
    SCORE —
    The total of points scored by teams.
    Scouts —
    The gambler who waits for an unusually strong in their opinion bet.
    Scratch Card —
    The lottery card that needs to be scratched to reveal symbols or numbers.
    Second Pair —
    A poker pair that is made with the middle valued card on the flop.
    See —
    To call a bet in poker.
    Semi-Bluf —
    When the player acts as if they have a strong hand while their hand can become strong.
    Session —
    A series of games played by the gambler over a short period.
    Set —
    Three cards of the same rank in poker.
    Seven Card Stud —
    A variation of a poker game with no community cards.
    Seven Out —
    To roll a 7 before making a point and lose the pass line bet.
    Seventh Street —
    The final poker round when all players have hands of 7 cards.
    SH —
    Short Handed.
    Shark —
    An expert card player.
    SHARP —
    A professional and smart bettor.
    Shill —
    A player hired by the casino to make up numbers in unpopular games and events.
    Shiner —
    A reflective object that can reveal the hand the opponent has.
    Shoe —
    The dealer's device that holds decks of cards.
    Shooter —
    The one who rolls the dice.
    Short Stack —
    A smaller amount of chips compared to other players or a maximum buy-in.
    Short-Handed —
    Poker games with very few players.
    The gambler that places small bets.
    Showdown —
    The process of showing all the hands the players have to determine a winner.
    Shuffle —
    To mix the cards in a random order.
    Shuffle Tracking —
    To track certain cards or sequences through the shuffle.
    Shut Out —
    To get the betting window closed in front of you because no more bets are accepted.
    Shutter —
    The window with Bingo numbers displayed.
    Sic Bo —
    A 3-dice game where the bettor has to predict the outcome numbers.
    SIDE —
    Refers to the particular team. Sides - teams that play against each other.
    Side Bet —
    A separate bet that doesn't refer to the outcome of the game.
    Side Pot —
    A secondary poker pot formed by two or more all-ins.
    Sides —
    Teams that play against each other.
    Sign Up Bonus —
    A bonus a user receives for creating an account in the virtual casino.
    Simple Bet —
    A bet on a single number in craps.
    Single —
    A bet on a single selection in sports betting.
    Sixth Street —
    A fourth-round of poker when players have hands of six cards.
    Skimming —
    Illegal money transfers casinos make to third-parties.
    Skimming (casinos) —
    Illegal money transfers casinos make to third-parties.
    Skin —
    Virtual avatars in online casinos that create a virtual image of a player but have no impact on the game.
    Skin gambling —
    To play in online casinos using avatars or other virtual goods.
    Slot Machine —
    A gambling machine with reels that spin creating combinations of items.
    Slow Play —
    To play a strong poker hand as if it is weak.
    Small Bet —
    A wager on that the sum of the dice will be from 4 to 10.
    Small Blind —
    The forced bet from a player sitting on the left from the dealer.
    Smooth Call —
    To call a bet instead of raising.
    Snake Eyes —
    Two ones on the dice.
    Soft Hand —
    A blackjack hand of one or more aces worth 1 or 11.
    Special —
    Poker games played with a different deck of cards.
    Speed Bingo —
    A bingo games where numbers are called quickly and bingo can be made with 3 numbers.
    Spinner —
    A win streak.
    Split Hand —
    In blackjack, to split two cards into two hands.
    Split Pair —
    When the down card matches the up card creating a pair.
    Split Pot —
    Pot shared by players.
    Split Ticket —
    A keno ticket with the equivalent of two or more tickets written on it.
    Spooking —
    A cheating technique in Blackjack.
    Sporting man culture —
    To live a hedonistic lifestyle that involves gambling and other kinds of pleasure.
    Sports Lottery —
    A variation of lottery where winners are determined based on the outcome of the sport event.
    Sportsbook —
    A person or a place that accepts bets on sports.
    Spot —
    Marked numbers on a keno ticket.
    Spread —
    The short term for point spread.
    Spread betting —
    The wager on the outcome of the event.
    Square —
    A new gambler in sports betting.
    Square Pair —
    The best game of a player.
    SS —
    Short Stacked
    Stack —
    The amount of chips a player has.
    Staggered Payout —
    A slots term for the table that pays out more to the gamblers who wagered more.
    Stake —
    Another term for a wager, a bet.
    Stakes —
    The limit a poker table sets for bets and raises.
    Standing Hand —
    A Blackjack hand with the value of 17 and above.
    Standoff —
    Two hands of equal value in poker.
    Steam —
    When slots line moves rapidly.
    Steaming —
    To be visibly disappointed about the loss and begin playing recklessly and aggressively.
    Stickman —
    The person who calls out the dice rolls and returns the dice to the shooter.
    Sticky Bonus —
    A cash bonus in online casinos that can be wagered but not cashed out.
    Stiff —
    The player that doesn't pay out their debt created by lost wages.
    Stiff Hand —
    In blackjack, a hard hand with a 12–16 total.
    Store —
    Another term for a sportsbook.
    Straddle —
    An optional extra blind bet in a poker game.
    Straight —
    A poker hand of 5 cards of the consecutive rank.
    Straight Bet —
    A bet placed on one number in roulette or one player in sports betting.
    Straight Flush —
    In poker, the second-ranked hand made of 5 consecutive cards of the same suit.
    Straight Ticket —
    A keno ticket where the gambler can select spots without grouping.
    Streaming —
    To hold a live online translation of the game.
    Street Bet —
    In roulette, a bet placed on three numbers.
    Stud Poker —
    A variation of poker played with up and down cards.
    SU —
    Straight Up
    The bet with an unexpectedly low outcome.
    Suit —
    A colored category of cards: red hearts, blue diamonds, black spades, green clubs.
    Suited —
    In poker, to be dealt two cards of the same suit.
    Suited Connectors —
    Cards of the same suit and consecutive ranks.
    Super Stud —
    A variation of poker with a progressive jackpot similar to the Carribean Stud.
    Surrender —
    In blackjack, to pay the penalty and fold a hand, to give up.
    Sweepstakes parlor —
    An establishment that offers a chance to win a prize upon buying some products.
    Symbols —
    Various items in slots that can create a winning combination.
    System —
    A structured approach to gambling.
  • Table —
    In poker, to turn cards faces up to reveal them.
    Table Hold —
    The amount of money taken by a casino.
    Table limit —
    A betting limit at the table.
    Table Stakes —
    The rule in poker that the player can't bet more than they had at the table at that moment.
    Tai Sai —
    Another name for Sic Bo.
    Taking the Price —
    To bet on the underdog and accept the odds.
    Tank —
    To think for a while before making a decision to bet.
    Tap Out —
    To run out of money.
    Tapped Out —
    The gambler who ran out of money.
    Teaser —
    The type of bet that allows the gambler to combine the bets on two different games.
    Third Base —
    In blackjack, a person who is in the position to play last before the dealer.
    Third Street —
    The first round of 7-card stud poker.
    Three of a Kind —
    In poker, a hand of three cards of the same rank.
    Ticket —
    In keno, a gridded form with numbers from 1 to 80 that allows players to place bets.
    Tie —
    A bet that resulted in no loss or win because teams had equal scores. The bet returns to the bettor.
    Tight —
    A poker player that doesn't play many hands and sticks to playing higher quality hands.
    Tilt —
    To get visibly upset because of losses and begin playing recklessly.
    Time Cut —
    The money charged from poker players. The amount depends on the time they've spent playing.
    Toke —
    The tip to the dealer.
    Top Pair —
    In poker, a pair made of two cards of the highest rank on the flop.
    Total —
    The bet on the total value of the dice.
    Totals Bet —
    A bet on the total score of both teams to be bigger or smaller than the line in the sportsbook.
    Tote betting —
    The kind of betting where bets are pooled and, after deductions, the pool is split between winning bets.
    Tournament —
    A consecutive series of games. The winner of the tournament gets the jackpot.
    Trey —
    A three.
    Triple —
    A bet that all three dice will have the same number.
    Trips —
    A poker hand made of three cards of the same rank.
    Tronc —
    The commission the sportsbook takes on a bet.
    True Odds —
    The real odds of the event.
    Turkey —
    The player who shows disrespect to the dealer.
    Turn —
    In poker, the fourth of the five dealt community cards.
  • Under —
    A bet on that the total points scored by both teams will be below a certain figure.
    Under the Gun —
    In poker, the position to the left of the blinds. This player must act first after the blinds.
    Underdog —
    The horse, player, team, etc. that is likely to lose.
    Underlay —
    To lay less than the amount the player would lay if they wanted equal profit.
    Underplay —
    To make small bets having a strong hand to lure more opponents into the pot.
    Unit —
    A measurement of the size of a bet.
    Up Card —
    A card dealt face up.
    Upcard —
    A card dealt face up.
    UTG —
    Under The Gun
  • Va banque —
    To place a bet equal to a current amount in the "bank" of the game.
    Value —
    To get the best odds on a bet and the highest edge possible.
    Value Bet —
    A poker bet made to force a worse hand to call.
    Variance —
    In poker, the ratio between losing an winning.
    Venus Throw —
    The highest roll in knucklebones.
    Video Poker —
    The poker game played in the virtual casino.
    Vigorish —
    The commission the sportsbook takes on a losing bet.
    Viking Power —
    Another name for Caribbean Stud Poker.
    VIP —
    Very Important Person.
    VIP Player —
    The player who is considered to be a very important person.
    VIP Program —
    The loyalty program online casinos offer their veteran players.
    Virgin —
    In bingo, a combination of numbers that were never drawn before.
    Virtual Casino Games —
    Casino games that can be played from the computer or mobile device using the Internet.
    Volatility —
    The amount of risk involved in playing a certain casino game.
  • Wad —
    Another term for a bankroll.
    Wager —
    Another term for a bet.
    Wagering Requirement —
    In an online casino, the number of times the player needs to wager a bonus to withdraw.
    Wagering Requirements —
    In an online casino, the number of times the player needs to wager a bonus to withdraw.
    Washing —
    To ensure the fairness of the game.
    Way Ticket —
    A keno ticket with two groups of an equal number of spots that must be combined.
    Weak Bet —
    A bet on one number that will appear on one dice.
    Web Walet —
    The virtual wallet that exists on the Internet and allows playing in online casinos.
    Welcome Bonus —
    The bonus new members receive joining the online casino.
    Wet —
    In poker, suited or connected community cards that give a chance to make a flush or a straight.
    Whale —
    A bad poker player with an enormous bankroll.
    Whales —
    Rich poker players that can bet big and can afford to lose.
    Wheel —
    In poker, a five-card straight from the ace to five.
    When a drawn number matches the number on a keno card of a player. —
    The favored horse, team, or athlete in sports betting.
    Whiff —
    In poker, to miss a draw.
    Wild Card —
    In poker, a Joker or another card that can represent any other card to make a hand.
    Wild Number —
    The first number called in a Wild Number bingo game. All numbers that end in the wild number are matched.
    Wild Royal —
    A royal flush made with a wild card.
    Wild Symbol —
    A slots symbol that can represent any other symbol.
    Wired Cards —
    In poker, a pair, trips, or four of a kind dealt consecutively or back-to-back in hand.
    WISE GUY —
    A thoughtful and experienced gambler.
    Wiseguy —
    A thoughtful and experienced gambler.
    Withdrawal —
    The action of transferring the winnings from the online casino account to any virtual wallet or credit card.
    Writer —
    The person who conducts the keno action.
    Wrong Bettor —
    The person who bets against the shooter.
  • Yankee —
    To make two selections to get more chances to win.
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