- In a table game, the minimum and maximum amounts of money that a player can wager on one bet. You cannot wager less than the minimum or more than the maximum amount posted. Some casinos, in special cases, may extend the maximum limit at a table on request by the player.
- The list of undesirable people who are forbidden to enter any casino in Nevada.
- In poker, a et posted without the player sees any of his/her cards.
- A forced bet in Hold'em Poker.
- A 3-card poker game, with variations. Has many combinations and options open to the player.
- Money that could be given to you for free for various reasons such as when signing up to an online casino.
- The break-even point is the point at which if you played forever, the bets you made would approximately equal the payoffs you would receive.
- A card that appears not to help a player's poker hand. A 'blank' in 7-card stud poker.
- Remove cards from the top of the deck, not to be dealt, and place them in the discard tray after a shuffle and cut.
- Converting cash into chips. The amount of cash used to purchase casino chips before entering a table game: blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, etc.
- In Poker, to call is to match the current bet.
- Anything a skilled gambler does to conceal their activities from the casino. Camouflage can include mixing in playing and betting behavior that mimics typical gamblers, or using disguises, appearing to be drunk, or any number of other possible ploys intended to throw the casino's scrutiny off.
- Referred to capping of bets. Placing extra chips on top of initial bet after the deal has begun. It is a serious
form of cheating by a player.
- Used in blackjack game. Recording (in memory) played cards (usually high cards) so as to establish a conditional probability advantage on the remaining cards against the dealer.
- A person who is an expert at cards.
- A card shuffling technique where the dealer spreads the cards on the table face down and then proceeds to mix them around with his hands flat in a face-washing-like action before gathering them up and performing a more normal shuffle.
- A group of slot machines that are positioned in a ring, enabling a change person (to change bank-notes into coins) to stand in the center.
- Having lost money on a bet, 'chasing' is having another bet simply to try and get back the loss.