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An Online Wagering Dictionary

November 30th, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

Despite the actuality that internet betting is now a billion dollar industry, and countless thousands of additional bettors around the world sign up every day to bet at online gambling halls, there are still millions of new players to the environment of web gambling who don’t as yet have a clear comprehension of a lot of the terminology employed in online wagering, and betting on athletic event in general. In any case, knowledge of these ideas is essential to comprehending the games and rules of wagering:

ACTION: Any style of bet.

ALL-IN: In poker, all-in means a gambler has put all of their chips into the pot. A side pot is developed for the players with remaining money.

ALL-UP: To bet on several horses in the identical race.

ANTE: A poker phrase for placing a specified number of money into the pot just beforeeach hand begins.

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

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

BUY-IN: The the lowest sum of cash necessary to enter a match or event.

CALL: As in poker, when a wager equals an already made wager.

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 place a wager equal to but converse of the initial bet.

COLUMN BET: To wager on one or more of the three columns of a roulette table.

COME BET: In craps, similar to a pass-line bet, but made after the player has achieved her number.

COME-OUT ROLL: A crapshooters first roll to arrive at a number, or the 1st toss after a number is established.

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

CRAPPING OUT: In craps, to roll a two, 3 or 12 is an immediate loss on the come-out roll.

DAILY DOUBLE: To choose the champions of the first two events of the day.

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 referred to as a "sell".

DOZEN BET: In roulette, to wager on one or more of 3 sets of 12 numbers, one-twelve, etc.

EACH WAY BET: A sports bet, which means to wager on a team or player to win or position in a game.

EVEN MONEY BET: A bet that pays the same value as gambled, ( 1:1 ).

EXACTA: laying odds that 2 horses in a race will complete the race in the exact identical order as the wager – also known as a " Perfecta ".

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

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