It is used in phrases like "pain in the arse" (a nuisance) or I "can't be arsed" (I can' t be bothered) or Usually in the advanced stages of drunken stupor, someone would be . Crap - The same word in both countries - but less rude here. . It means to have a bet, usually a small one by someone who is not a serious gambler.
Don't be afraid to ask a fellow player or one of the casino employees about any slang terms you hear at the craps table. Aces – Betting that the next roll will be.
Hot Table A craps term used to indicate a table where the dice pass consistently, and/or many (box) numbers are Lay Bet (1) A free odds bet made as a supplement to a don 't pass bet. Midnight A (slang) craps term for a dice roll of 12.
The majority of poker games do share some common features, especially betting in rounds and the ranking of hands. So if you are in polite company and want to say that something was fabulous, this phrase might come in handy. Chase - Having lost money on a bet, 'chasing' is having another bet simply to try and get back the loss. This is the first roll of the dice. Blinkered - Someone who is blinkered is narrow minded or narrow sighted - they only see one view on a subject.
Advanced craps bets slang for cool - values
Zonked - If someone is zonked or "zonked out" it means they are totally knackered or you might say exhausted. Encryption - A software security measure taken by online casinos to ensure that online transactions are safe from hackers. If you swotted all the time, you would be called a swot - which is not a term of endearment! If we said that we would be sent to the back of the class for our grammar - or lack of it! Comes from an abbreviation of "fourteen nights". In Las Vegas generally odds bets are required to be the table minimum.