• An Internet Betting Dictionary

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    Despite the reality that web wagering is now a billion dollar industry, and endless thousands of new players world-wide sign on every day to play at online gambling dens, there are still millions of newcomers to the environment of web betting who do not as yet have a clear understanding of much of the doublespeak employed in internet wagering, and gambling on sports in general. However, understanding of these terms is essential to comprehending the games and regulations of wagering:

    ACTION: Any type of bet.

    ALL-IN: In poker, all-in means a gambler has put all of her chips into the pot. A second pot is set up for the wagerers with remaining money.

    ALL-UP: To wager on several horses in the identical event.

    ANTE: A poker phrase for placing a specified sum of chips into the pot prior to the start of each hand.

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

    BUST: You lose; As in chemin de fer, when a gambler’s cards exceed a value over 21.

    BUY-IN: The the least amount of money necessary to enroll in a match or tournament.

    CALL: As in poker, when a wager is the same as a prior made wager.

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

    CLOSING A BET: As in spread wagering, meaning to make a wager on par with but converse of the starting wager.

    COLUMN BET: To wager on any of the three columns of a roulette game.

    COME BET: In craps, similar to a pass-line wager, but made after the shooter has established his point.

    COME-OUT ROLL: A crapshooters 1st toss to arrive at a point, or the 1st toss after a point is ascertained.

    COVERALL: A bingo term, symbolizing to cover all the numbers on a bingo sheet.

    CRAPPING OUT: In craps, to roll a 2, three or twelve is an immediate defeat on the come-out toss.

    DAILY DOUBLE: To choose the winners of the 1st 2 races of the night.

    DOWN BET: To wager that the outcome of an event will be lower than the lowest end of the quote on a spread bet, also known as a "sell".

    DOZEN BET: In roulette, to gamble on one or more of three categories of twelve numbers, one-twelve, etc.

    EACH WAY BET: A athletics wager, indicating to wager on a group or player to succeed or position in a game.

    EVEN MONEY BET: A wager that pays out the identical number as gambled, ( 1-1 ).

    EXACTA: Betting that two horses in a contest will complete the race in the absolute identical assignment as the wager – also known as a " Perfecta ".

    FIVE-NUMBER LINE BET: In roulette, a wager made on a grouping of 5 numbers, such as 1-2-3-0, and 00.

     May 10th, 2017  Marques   No comments

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