5 edition of The dictionary of gambling & gaming found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 255-263.
|Other titles||Dictionary of gambling and gaming.|
|Statement||by Thomas L. Clark.|
|LC Classifications||GV1301 .C58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 263 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||87082866|
Wong is also the author one of the best books ever written about blackjack, “Professional Blackjack”. Published back in , this book is still in print today and remains very well respected. He has written a number of other gambling related books too, including the next one in this list. Gambling means risking anything of value for a return or risking anything of value upon the outcome of a contest, game, gaming scheme or gaming device when the return or outcome is based upon an element of chance and is in accord with an agreement or understanding that someone will receive something of value in the event of a certain outcome, and gambling includes a lottery; gambling does not.
Browse the list of Gambling abbreviations with their meanings and definitions. List of all most popular abbreviated Gambling terms defined. Updated July Cardoza is the foremost gaming and gambling publisher in the world with a library of more than up-to-date and easy-to-read books and strategies. These authoritative works are written by the top experts in their fields and with more t, books in print, represent the best-selling and most popular gaming books anywhere.
gambling or gaming, betting of money or valuables on, and often participation in, games of chance (some involving degrees of skill). In England and in the United States, gambling was not a common-law crime if conducted privately. Gambling, or gaming, is the staking of money or other thing of value on the issue of a game of thus belongs to the class of aleatory contracts which the gain or loss of the parties depends on an uncertain event. It is not gambling, in the strict sense, if a bet is laid on the issue of a game of skill like billiards or football.
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Gambling definition, the activity or practice of playing at a game of chance for money or other stakes. See more. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages ; 26 cm: Other Titles: Dictionary of gambling and gaming.
Responsibility. Another word for gambling: betting, gaming, punting, wagering | Collins English Thesaurus.
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Clark Lexik House Cold Spring, N.Y Australian/Harvard Citation. Clark, Thomas L.The dictionary of gambling & gaming / by Thomas L. Clark Lexik House Cold Spring, N.Y. Wikipedia Citation. gambling definition: 1. the activity of betting money, for example in a game or on a horse race: 2.
the activity of. Learn more. Gambling Herald’s Gambling Slang Dictionary aims to manage your complete integration to the gambling world. After improving your gambling knowledge through our online gambling guides, you can move onto learning the gambling lingo.
In this short but very thorough glossary, we aim to fill in all the blanks in your betting terminology understanding. ‘This book offers a concise and to-the-point directory for anyone who gambles on the Internet or is interested in gambling on the Internet.’ ‘Appropriately for the son of a bookie, his career has often been about gambling on a long game.’.
Definition of gambling noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.
(WV) If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call GAMBLER. Gambling Idioms and Phrases (A) List of idiomatic expressions about gambling that start with A. According To Hoyle. Meaning: Properly, in accordance with established procedures; Example: Barbara always tries to take shortcuts, but I like to do everything according to Hoyle.
Note: Rather old-fashoined. Hoyle was the author of a book of rules of. gaming (gā′mĭng) n. Gambling, especially casino gambling. The playing of games, especially video games. gaming (ˈɡeɪmɪŋ) n (Gambling, except Cards) a.
gambling on games of chance b. (as modifier): gaming house; gaming losses. gam•ing (ˈgeɪ mɪŋ) n. gambling. the playing of games, esp. those developed to help solve problems. Gambling definition: Gambling is the act or activity of betting money, for example in card games or on horse | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
In order to understand the gaming and casino industry, it is important to know the terms that people use. Written for anyone interested in gaming, this dictionary provides an easy-to-use resource that defines casino industry terms and phrases, and makes sense of confusing jargon and buzz words.
Moving beyond a traditional glossary or dictionary, the book includes both gaming and business terms. Gambling center often referred as synonym of casino. House Edge: The built-in chances of winning of casino over the players.
Home advantage: The advantage to the player as he is familiar with the game, security and personnel. If Bet: It is much like two bets. Like in the case of En Prison, a player would lose the wager if the second spin result.
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Synonyms: gaming, play. Adj. gambling - preoccupied with the pursuit of pleasure and especially games of chance. Thousands of gambling terms: Roulette, Poker, Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps, Keno and more. Welcome to "The Gambling Dictionary" Archery () Baccarat (49) Badminton (30) Baseball () Basketball () Bingo () Blackjack ().
The book includes both gaming and business terms and gives readers the tools to communicate effectively with those in the industry. Offering unique coverage of game names, game rules, gambling jargon, dealer phrases, cheating techniques, and business terms.
Define Gaming Activities. means the conduct of gaming and gambling activities, race books and sports pools, or the use of gaming devices, equipment and supplies in the operation of a casino, simulcasting facility, card club or other enterprise, including, without limitation, slot machines, gaming tables, cards, dice, gaming chips, player tracking systems, cashless wagering systems, mobile.
A Level 2 card counting system described in Bryce Carlson's book, Blackjack for Blood. It is a balanced count which assigns the values of plus one to 2s, 3s and 7s, plus two to 4s, 5s and 6s, minus one to 9s and minus two to ten valued cards.
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Synonyms for gaming at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for gaming.Definition: an inscrutable face that reveals no hint of a person's thoughts or feelings Poker is not a terribly old card game, or at least the word for it is not, as it appears to only have begun being used in the s.
It didn't take long before we began to use the name of the game to describe the expressionless aspect of a person’s face when trying to not give away any details of what is.gaming definition: 1.
the act or practice of gambling 2. playing games that imitate possible business situations or war maneuvers, as preparation or training 3. the act or .