• An Internet Betting Dictionary

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    Regardless of the fact that online betting is now a many billion dollar industry, and endless thousands of brand-new bettors around the world log on every day to bet at internet gambling halls, there are still millions of newcomers to the world of web betting who do not as yet have a clear understanding of much of the catchphrases employed in online betting, and gambling on athletic event in general. Nonetheless, knowledge of these ideas is indispensable to understanding the games and policies of wagering:

    ACTION: Any type of wager.

    ALL-IN: In poker, all-in means a gambler has put all of his chips into the pot. A side pot is created for the gamblers with additional chips.

    ALL-UP: To bet on numerous horses in the identical event.

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

    BRING-IN: A required bet in seven-card stud made by the player showing the lowest value card.

    BUST: You don’t win; As in chemin de fer, when a gambler’s cards total over twenty-one.

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

    CALL: As in poker, when a wager is the same as an already carried out bet.

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

    CLOSING A BET: As in spread wagering, meaning to make a wager equal to but converse of the opening wager.

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

    COME BET: In craps, the same as a pass-line bet, but made after the hurler has established their number.

    COME-OUT ROLL: A crapshooters initial roll to establish a point, or the first toss after a number has been established.

    COVERALL: A bingo term, meaning to blanket all the squares on a bingo sheet.

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

    DAILY DOUBLE: To pick the champions of the initial two events of the day.

    DOWN BET: To bet that the outcome of an event will be smaller 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 three sets of 12 numbers, one-twelve, etc.

    EACH WAY BET: A sports bet, indicating to gamble on a team or player to win or position in an event.

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

    EXACTA: Betting that 2 horses in a match will finish in the exact same assignment as the wager – also referred to as a " Perfecta ".

    FIVE-NUMBER LINE BET: In roulette, a bet made on a group of 5 numbers, for instance 1-2-3-0, and 00.

     December 5th, 2016  Alvin   No comments

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