• An Online Wagering Dictionary

    [ English ]

    Regardless of the fact that internet gambling is now a multi-billion dollar business, and countless thousands of new players world-wide sign up every day to gamble at web gambling halls, there are additionally millions of newbies to the world of internet gambling who do not as yet have a good comprehension of a lot of the doublespeak employed in online betting, and gambling on athletics in general. Nonetheless, knowledge of these terms is indispensable to understanding the games and policies of play:

    ACTION: Any type of bet.

    ALL-IN: In poker, all-in means a player has risked all of their chips into the pot. A side pot is developed for the wagerers with additional money.

    ALL-UP: To bet on many horses in the identical event.

    ANTE: A poker phrase for placing a required figure of chips into the pot just beforeevery hand begins.

    BRING-IN: A necessary wager in 7-card stud made by the player displaying the smallest value card.

    BUST: You do not win; As in twenty-one, when a gambler’s cards total over twenty-one.

    BUY-IN: The minimal amount of funds necessary to enter a match or event.

    CALL: As in poker, when a wager equals a previously carried out bet.

    CHECK: In poker, to remain in the match and not betting. This is applicable only if no other gamblers wager in that round.

    CLOSING A BET: Like in spread betting, meaning to put a wager on par with but opposite of the starting wager.

    COLUMN BET: To bet on one or more of the 3 columns of a roulette table.

    COME BET: In craps, the same as a pass-line wager, but carried out after the hurler has established their number.

    COME-OUT ROLL: A crapshooters initial roll to achieve a number, or the initial toss after a number has been ascertained.

    COVERALL: A bingo term, which means to blanket all the spots on a bingo sheet.

    CRAPPING OUT: In craps, to toss a 2, 3 or twelve is an automatic loss on the come-out roll.

    DAILY DOUBLE: To pick the champions of the first 2 matches of the day.

    DOWN BET: To bet that the outcome of an action will be smaller than the smallest end of the quote on a spread bet, also referred to as a "sell".

    DOZEN BET: In roulette, to bet on one or more of three sets of twelve numbers, one-12, etc.

    EACH WAY BET: A athletics bet, meaning to bet on a team or player to win or position in a match.

    EVEN MONEY BET: A wager that pays the same amount as wagered, ( one to one ).

    EXACTA: laying odds that two horses in a contest will complete the race in the exact identical assignment as the bet – also referred to as a " Perfecta ".

    FIVE-NUMBER LINE BET: In roulette, a bet made on a grouping of 5 numbers, for instance 1-2-3-0, and 00.

     March 20th, 2016  Janet   No comments

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