An Internet Betting Encyclopedia

April 20th, 2016 by Isabel Leave a reply »

Even though the reality that online betting is now a multi-billion dollar business, and endless thousands of brand-new players around the world sign on each day to wager at web casinos, there are still millions of newbies to the environment of internet betting who don’t as yet have a good understanding of a lot of the terminology used in internet betting, and wagering on sports in general. Notwithstanding, insight of these terms is essential to interpreting the games and rules of gaming:

ACTION: Any style of wager.

ALL-IN: In poker, all-in means a gambler has deposited all of his bankroll into the pot. A side pot is set up for the bettors with additional chips.

ALL-UP: To bet on several horses in the same contest.

ANTE: A poker phrase for allocating a required amount of chips into the pot beforeeach hand begins.

BRING-IN: A necessary bet in 7-card stud carried out by the player showing the lowest value card.

BUST: You do not win; As in twenty-one, when a gambler’s cards exceed a value over 21.

BUY-IN: The minimum amount of funds necessary to get in a match or tournament.

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

CHECK: In poker, to stay in the match without betting. This is allowed 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 first wager.

COLUMN BET: To bet on any of the 3 columns of a roulette game.

COME BET: In craps, close to a pass-line wager, but carried out after the hurler has established his number.

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

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

CRAPPING OUT: In craps, to toss a 2, three or 12 is an automatic defeat on the come-out roll.

DAILY DOUBLE: To select the champions of the first two matches of the day.

DOWN BET: To wager that the result of an event will be lower than the smallest end of the quote on a spread bet, also referred to as a "sell".

DOZEN BET: In roulette, to gamble on one or more of 3 groups of 12 numbers, 1-12, etc.

EACH WAY BET: A athletic event wager, meaning to bet on a team or player to succeed or place in a game.

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

EXACTA: wagering that 2 horses in a contest will finish in the exact identical order as the bet – also referred to as a " Perfecta ".

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

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