An eight hour period sum of money won by the casino from all players.
The money a player has on the table to bet with.
A test given by the casino to a dealer that one must pass before being employed by the casino.
Taking the odds:
To make a bet less than the amount of the payoff if the bet is successful.
Also known as going broke, it's when a player runs out of money to gamble with.
Commonly seen in Texas Hold' Em, it's when a person tries to guess what hole cards another player has by reading their reactions.
The first round of betting in seven card stud.
The spot closest to the dealers right hand and is the last to be played prior to the dealer.
Three- Card Monte:
A three card poker game that is similar to Bragg.
Three of a Kind:
A term given to a poker hand that contains three cards of the same values. Also called Trips. Example 999AK
A term used for a card being played in Keno.
A machine that a player has had a losing streak on.
To make a machine pay out less than it currently does requires State approval. Also a myth that casinos tighten a screw inside the machine so that players playing that machine don't win.
When a machine breaks down and stops working for any reason and needs to be repaired by an assistant from a casino employee.
A term used for when money is charged by the casino for playing time.
A token of gratitude given from a player to a dealer or other employee of the casino.
A tip given from a player to a casino employee for great service and kindness.
A term used as the coins needed to play slot machines.
Another term used for Jackpot.
The pointing device used in some Keno machines used to select numbers.
A large competition of players that is either set for time duration or until everyone else loses all their money.
Another term for three.
Commonly known as three of a kind. When a player has three cards of the same value or rank.
The actual ratio of when one thing will happen in corresponding to other events will happen. Odds posted in casinos are usually untrue odds.
A poker hand that has two different sets of cards that have the same rank or value. Example AA99K.