A total sum of money a player is willing to risk on a given visit to a casino.
The player's wager.
Bet the limit
Wagering the maximum amount a player is allowed to risk in any game.
A two-card total of 21 consisting of an ace and a 10-value card.
When the dealer or player's hand exceeds a total value of 21.
The card received which causes the dealer or player to exceed 21.
The top card of the deck, which is placed face down in the discard pile after the shuffle and cut.
The first roll of the dice in craps that establishes the point.
In craps, having a bet on the pass line and losing by rolling a 2,3, or 12 on the come-out.
Employee of the casino who deals the game.
Placing an additional wager up to the amount of the original on the first two cards of the hand (the player is only allowed one card).
In a deck of cards, any jack, queen, or king.
Four of a Kind
In Poker, four cards of the same denomination.
In Poker, a set of three cards of the same denomination plus a set of two cards of the same denomination.
The voluntary risking of a sum of money on the outcome of a game or other event.
Any hand without an ace or a hand where all aces are, is counted as one.
To receive an additional card at the player's request.
The dealer's unexposed down card.
Set of rules established by the casino for the player's and dealer's to follow.
The player bets that the dealer has a blackjack when the dealer's up card is an ace.
Jacks Or Better
In Poker, a pair that pays off only if the cards in the pair are Jacks, Queens, Kings, or Aces. Lower pairs do not pay off.
The biggest payoff issued by the slot machines.
Determining the minimum bet one can afford to make based on the bankroll available (money you have to play with).
Blackjack: A two-card total of 21 consisting of an ace and a 10-value card.
Baccarat: A two-card total of 8 or 9.
Craps: Player rolls a 7 or 11.
A self-imposed set of rules designed to give the player the best odds for defeating the dealer.
When the dealer and player tie (no money is won or lost).
In Poker, five consecutive denomination cards of the same suit, starting from 10 and ending with an ace.
The box from which the cards are dealt.
A hand containing an ace where the ace is counted as 11 (total must be 21 or less).
Soft Double Down
Doubling down when one of the two cards is an ace.
Option to play each of two like cards as a separate hand ( a separate bet equal to the original wager must be made).
In Poker, five consecutive denomination cards of different suit.
In Poker, five consecutive denomination cards of the same suit.
The decision to not receive another card.
Term used when the dealer has a 7 or greater showing.
Hand requiring the dealer to stand.
Three of a Kind
In Poker, three cards of the same denomination.
In Poker, two sets of pairs of the same card denomination.