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Before a player can understand any casino game, it is important to understand what the basic terms and phrases mean associated with the game. Some terms are fairly straightforward to interrupt, but some are not that obvious. Jill's comprehensive online casino glossary covers all the basics you need to know. This includes everything from gaming tips, bets, and more for your favorite casino games.
Online baccarat is a popular card comparing where players strive to get a hand total of 8 or 9. This popular casino game is enjoyed by many table game fans mainly because of the low house edge it comes with. The real fame of this card game came from the James Bond movie. It was here where the baccarat game is enjoyed in some of the most exclusive and elegant land-based casinos.
Baccarat: In the game, it means zero. This is the worst hand a player can be dealt.
Banco: Another word for the banker.
Banker Bet: One of the three possible bets players can make.
Banque: One of the most popular baccarat variants in Europe. In this version on our casino site, three hands are played, one by the banker and two by the players.
Burning: Once the dealer has shuffled the cards, they will discard the first few cards.
Caller: The person in charge of dealing out the cards.
Carte: French term to request another card. When translated from French the term means “Hit Me”.
Chemin de Fer: A European baccarat game where the player has the choice to take on the role of the caller.
Commission: A small percentage will be taken for any winning bank bets.
Cut: Dividing the cards in half after they have been shuffled. This cut deck of cards will be placed together again before being dealt.
Dealer: The dealer will not be responsible for the dealing of cards, only handling bets at the baccarat table.
Discard Tray: This is a tray where all discarded cards are placed.
Down card: Cards that are dealt face down to players.
Face Cards: These cards are depicted by a face. They include; Jack, King, and Queen and carry the value of 0 in baccarat.
Fading: Another term for placing bets.
Flat bet: When a player places the same amount continuously.
Hand: Cards that are used to playout the round.
High-Roller: A VIP player who places large bets. Baccarat is enjoyed more among these kinds of players because of the higher minimum wagering requirements.
House Edge: The advantage a casino has over its players.
La Grande: A natural nine. This is the best-ranked hand in a game of baccarat.
La Petite: A natural eight. This is the second best-ranked hand in baccarat.
Loss Bet: A bet placed against the bank winning.
Monkey: Another way of saying for face cards or ten-value cards.
Muck: When eight decks of 52 cards are used in the game.
Natural: When your first two cards dealt equal eight or nine.
Palette: A wooden stick used by the croupier to move cards on the table.
Pass: Another term for a win.
Player Bet: One of three betting options players can make.
Punto: A Spanish term to describe player bet.
Punto Banco: A Spanish term for modern baccarat we know and love today.
Push: A tied result where the banker and player have the same hand value.
Run: An optional side bet that allows players to bet on a series of hands.
Shoe: A device used to deal out the cards from.
Shooter: Another term for the baker.
Standoff: Another term for a push result where the dealer and players have the same card values at the end of the round.
Tie Bet: One of three betting options players can make in a game of baccarat.
Upcard: Cards that are dealt face up to players.
Online pokies are the most enjoyed online casino game. These games were first invented in America when Charles Fey introduced the Liberty Bell. Today pokies have evolved into life-changing casino games with jackpots that can reach millions. Pokies games on our site are available in an assortment of genres and themes.
3-Reel: These are the simplest pokie machines you will come across online. The pokies feature three rotating drums with either 1, 3, or 5 paylines.
5-Reel: These pokie machines offer players a little more complex gameplay. They feature between 5 fixed pay lines and 1024 ways to win. These pokie machines offer players a wide betting range with electrifying bonuses to help them win big.
All Ways: This is the ways format of online pokies. The most popular is 243 Ways and 1024 Ways.
Bet levels: The number of coins a player can wager per spin.
Bonus feature: These are bonus rewards players receive for landing a specific combination on the reels. Each pokie machine will have its own bonus rewards.
Credits: A player’s real money deposits will be transferred into credits which players will use to wager on their favorite pokie machines.
Cascading Reels: A type of bonus feature where winning combinations are replaced with new symbols. This helps double your chance of winning at the casino.
Coin Size: This the value each coin carries in a pokie. Before wagering any amount of coins, check the minimum wagering requirements for the pokie you wish to play.
Cold Pokie: A pokie machine that does not payout very well.
Double Feature: Retriggering a bonus feature while in the bonus feature. For example, triggering free spins on a free spin.
Double Up: A bonus where players have the option to double their winnings by correcting choosing the red or black colour. This feature is also known as a gamble feature.
Expanding Wilds: A bonus feature that will expand across the reels to turn all the icons wild.
Fixed jackpots: This is a pokie machine that features a fixed jackpot that does not change with the amount of wagers on it.
Free play: Pokie machines that are played for free, with zero risks of losing money. Jackpots won during free play mode cannot be claimed.
Free Spins: A type of bonus feature where players are rewarded a specific number of free spins.
Fruit Machines: This is another name for pokies.
Hit: Another way of saying spin when playing pokies.
Hot Pokies: A pokie machine that pays out more frequently than others.
Icons: These are the symbols or images players need to line up on the reels to win.
Instant Play: Pokies that are instantly available to play on the web. Players are not required to download any software.
Instant Winner: A jackpot paid to players once off.
Jackpot: The highest amount of money a player can win on a pokie.
Jackpot Link: A jackpot that is linked to multiple pokie machines. These are progressive jackpots and will increase each time they are wagered on.
Line Bet: Lines that are wagered on and active. Active paylines are the ones that will payout when you land the right combination of symbols on.
Lines: The lines are where players need to line up matching symbols for a payout. Lines are also referred to as paylines.
Linked Progressive Jackpot: These are online pokies either of the same title or software provider that are linked to one progressive jackpot.
Maximum Bet: This it the maximum amount a player can wager per spin on a pokie. This bet can be easily placed by selecting the bet max button. When playing a progressive pokie, it is better to bet the maximum if you are after the multi-million-dollar payout.
Minimum Bet: This is the lowest accepted bet per spin. Each pokie machine will have its own minimum wagering requirement, so before wagering on a pokie look at the minimum wagering requirements.
Multiplier: A type of bonus feature that will reward a player with a multiplied payout.
Nudge: A bonus feature that nudges symbols onto the reels and increase your chances of winning.
One-Armed Bandit: A slang term for pokies.
Payout: This is the amount of money a player will receive for landing a specific combination of matching icons.
Payout Percentage: The amount of money a player will receive back in the form of winning compared to the amount wagered. The average payout percentage is usually approximately 95%.
Pay Table: A table displayed next to the game play screen showing which icons need to be lined up and the relevant payout.
Pick Me: A type of bonus feature where players need to pick a symbol or card for a hidden prize. Prizes may vary depending on the pokie they are playing.
Random Number Generator (RNG): A program that continuously produces random numbers in casino games for fair and random outcomes.
Reels: Vertical columns on the pokie where symbols are placed on.
Return to Player (RTP): This is the average payout percentage a player will receive back over time. For example, if the payout ratio is 95%, players will receive $95 back for every $100 they wager.
Scatters: A type of bonus symbol that will payout on any position on the reels.
Spin: Putting the reels into motion in hopes matching symbols will line up on the reels.
Stacked symbols: When symbols replace other icons on the reels and appear stacked one above the other.
Symbols: These are the images appearing on the reels that players need to line up in attempt to pocket a payout. Symbols are also called icons.
Trail Bonus: A type of bonus feature where players will enter a move around a ladder or trail and collect bonus prizes along the way.
Wild: A bonus feature symbol that has the ability to replace all other symbols on the reels, except for the scatters.
Winning combination: Matching symbols or combinations that will line up on an active payline.
Online Craps has shown no signs of diminishing in popularity. Online craps is easy to learn, with all the handy buttons and tabs making it a cinch to play on our online casino site. Played with dice, it’s all about how you roll ‘em out on the table and which bets you’ve made. With a massive selection of possible plays, craps is a sure-fire casino winner. Electric, exciting, and unpredictable, online craps is sure to be a player favourite.
3-Way Craps: This type of wager consists of units of 3 and is basically a horn bet on 11. One unit bet is on 2 and the third is on 12.
Any craps: This is a bet placed on the probable outcome of landing 2, 3, or 12 on a roll and pays out 7:1, with the house advantage at 11
Any 7: This is a bet placed on hitting a 7 on the next roll and pays out 4:1.
Backline: This refers to the pass line.
Behind the line: These are bets placed after the point has been established on the come-out roll.
Betting Right: This is a bet placed on the possibility of the dice passing.
Betting Wrong: This is a bet against the dice actually passing.
Big 6: This is a bet that a 6 will be rolled before a 7 and will pay 1:1.
Big 8: This is a bet that an 8 will be rolled before a 7 and pays 1:1.
Bones: This is another casino term for dice.
Box Car: This is a bet placed on the possibility of the next roll being 12.
Box Numbers: These are the numbers found in the box area of the craps table and includes 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. They are also used to mark the following: the point, the laydown place, come and buy bets.
Buy Bets: This is a bet placed that either 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 will be rolled before a 7 and pays out 1:1.
Big Red: This bet works on the possibility of hitting a 7 on the next roll.
Centre Bets: These are also known as proposition bets and are placed at the centre of the table.
Chips: These are the colourful ‘buttons’ casinos issue and reflect monetary value. Casino games are played with chips instead of cash money.
Come out roll: This is the first dice roll in a game of craps.
Come Bet: This bet is placed after the come-out roll and is similar to the Pass Line Bet.
Dice: These are the ‘bones’ or cubes which are marked with numbers 1-6 and rolled to get a craps game started.
Don’t Come Bet: This is a bet of the dice not passing and wins if the dice lands on 2 or 3, loses if the dice roll is a 7 or 11, and ties if the dice roll is a total of 12. These wagers are placed against the dice and are made after the come-out roll.
Don’t Pass Bet: This is a bet that the likelihood of the come out roll will be 12, 3, or 2, and a wager that loses if it’s 7 or 11.
Double Odds: This is another free-odds bet. When placing this type of wager, the original wager amount is automatically doubled.
Even Money: This refers to a payout that is even, example 1:1.
Field Bet: This is a bet that the dice will probably land on 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12 on the next dice roll.
Free Odds Bets: This is a wager placed alongside another wager and pays true odds. Also known as ‘Any Odds’ and is placed after the point has been set, in the instance of any of the following situations: Pass, Don’t Pass, Come, and Don’t Come.
Hardway Bet: This bet is placed with the possibility that both dice land on the same values that add up to 4, 6, 8, or 10.
Hop Bet: This is a bet that the dice will land a total that is not part of the centre layout.
Horn Bet: This is a bet that the dice will land on 2, 3, 11, or 12 with a single roll.
Inside Numbers: This refers to numbers 5, 6, 8, and 9.
Insurance Bet: This is when players two wagers or bets cover each other.
Lay Bet: This is a bet that a 7 will be rolled before 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10.
Line Bet: This is any type of wager made on the pass line or don’t pass line.
Maximum bet: This is highest amount/bet that can be placed on a craps game.
Minimum Bet: This is the lowest amount of money/smallest bet a player can wager on a craps game.
Natural: This refers to a throw of 7 or 11 on the come out roll.
Odd Bet or Free-Odds Bet: Also known as Any Odds Bet, these bets don’t carry a house advantage over the player.
Outside Numbers: This refers to the numbers 4, 5, 9, and 10 on the craps table.
Pass Line Bet: This is a type of wager placed on the likelihood of the dice passing and the come out roll being either 7 or 11.
Place Bet: This bet rests of the likelihood of a 7 being rolled before a 4, 5, 6,8, 9, or 10. This type of wager is placed on the box area of the craps table.
Point: This is the number set by the come-out roll and could any of the following numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10.
Proposition Bet: This is also known as a centre bet and is placed on the central area of the craps table.
Puck: This is the marker used to signify the point.
Shooter: This is the person rolling the dice during the game.
Single Roll Bet: This wager relies on only one dice roll.
Stickman: This is the dealer in charge of the hooked stick in charge of the proposition bets and dice.
Online Roulette is one of the most popular games ever. Popularly believed to have been founded in 1655 by a French scientist called Blaise Pascal, Roulette has stood the test of time. With its undeniable electric lure, casino players have been entranced by betting on a number or a colour and watching the spinning wheel take them to new planes of playing pleasure.
All-In: This is when a player throws in their entire pot/all their chips on one bet.
American Roulette: This Roulette variant has 38 slots, a 0, a 00, and numbers 1-36. It is believed that this variation of online roulette offers a greater house edge when compared to other variations.
Backtrack: Also commonly known as a Ball-track, this is the outer rim of the roulette wheel where the ball spins before falling onto a number as it slows down.
Biased Numbers: These are the most common slots into which the ball falls over a period of time. Due to Random Number Generators on online games, there is no possibility of this happening when playing at our site.
Big Number: This refers to a number that the ball falls into more often should mathematically occur.
Black Action: This is a bet placed with a black chip valued at $100.
Bottom Track: This is the inner part of the roulette wheel where the ball slides before landing on a number.
Carrè: This is the French term for the Corner Bet.
Chasing Loses: Also known as the Martingale system, this strategy is applied players where they increase their bet sizes as they lose to maximise the eventual win.
Column Bet: A column bet is a bet placed on one of the three columns of numbers in front of the wheel. On both American and European variations, the numbers are: Column 1: 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34 Column 2: 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35 Column 3: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36 -D-
Double Zero: The is a feature associated with the American variant of the game and refers to the 00 slots.
Dozen Bet: This is a wager placed on one of the three groups that covers numbers 1-12, 13-24, 25-36 and pays out 2:1.
Dumping: This refers to a losing roulette wheel.
En Prison: This is a European Roulette rule that safeguards a player’s even money outside bets when a zero appears.
European Roulette: This variation plays with 37 slots - 1-36 plus a single zero (0) slot. This variant also allows the En Prison rule.
Even Money Wagers: This wager will pay out 1:1.
First Four Bet: This covers the first four sequential numbers (0,1, 2, 3) on the wheel, and players place their bets on the table’s outer boundary.
Five Number Bet: Also known as a Special Line Bet, these types of bets will cover the first five numbers: 00, 0, 1, 2, and 3 on the American version.
French Bets: This of bet covers certain parts of the table and covers numerous numbers at once.
Green numbers: Numbers 0 and 00.
High Bet: This bet covers numbers 19-36 and will pay out 1:1.
House Edge: This is the advantage the casino has over players in terms of winning.
Inside Bets: These are bets made on numbers situated on the inside section of the roulette wheel and only covers single numbers or small groups of numbers. The advantage of this type of bet is that the winnings are slightly higher in comparison to other bets.
La Partage: This is a roulette rule that works parallel to the En Prison rule, but it has bigger disadvantages: Players risk losing half their bet per round and do not have the option to keep their bets “En Prison” for a later bet. These refer to outside bets, RED/Black bets, High/Low Bets, Odd/Even Bets, and will apply when the ball lands in the number zero (0) pocket.
Layout: This is where the players place their bets on the roulette table.
Line Bet: This bet is placed on six adjacent numbers and will pay out 6:1.
Low Bet: This covers the low group of numbers 1-18.
Martingale System: A type of betting pattern where players are encouraged to double their bets if they lose a hand.
Mini Roulette: This online variation provides a smaller wheel with only 13 numbers (0-12) and where pay-outs are adjusted accordingly. Half of all losses are returned when the ball lands on zero. House edge is this affected.
Neighbour Bet: This is a type of bet placed on a single number plus an adjacent number.
Odd Bet: This is a bet placed on the odd numbers on the table and pays out even money.
Orphan Bet: This is a bet placed on three specific numbers that appear next to each other on the roulette wheel. These numbers may be far apart as per the layout, for example: 6, 34, and 17, and is usually associated with the French Roulette variation.
Outside Bet: This bet does not cover specific numbers, but rather outer areas of the table, for example: Red, Black, High, Low, Odd, Even numbers, ect.
Parlay: This refers to a behaviour where a player leaves winnings from the current round on the table and simply adds another bet for the next round.
Pockets: This is the area on the roulette wheel where the ball may land. Usually, the numbers run from 1-36 and, in some variations, there’s an additional 0 and 00. Different variations are available for play on our casino site.
Red Bet: This is a wager placed on the red numbers, and pay out even 1:1.
Single Number Bet: Also known as a straight up bet, players bet on a single number. This type of bet pays out 35:1.
Six-Number Bet: This type of bet will cover six inside numbers simultaneously.
Split Bet: This type of bet will cover two numbers with one bet. These numbers are next to each other on the table and are an inside combination.
Square Bets: Also known as quarter bets, these bets cover four numbers in square formation. The pay-out is 8:1.
Street Bet: Three numbers in a single row can be covered by this type of bet. This bet will pay-out 11:1.
Tier du Cylindre: This is a type of bet only available on French Roulette and covers 12 numbers on the opposite side of the 0 on the roulette table.
Transversale: This a French term meaning Street Bet.
Voisin du Zero: This term means “neighbours of zero” and refers to the nine numbers on the left of 0 and the seven numbers on the right of 0. Player can thus bet on up to 17 numbers with one bet.
Visual Wheel Tracking: With this tactic, players try to predict in which pocket the ball will fall by simply watching the spinning wheel.
Wager: This is also known as a bet.
Wheel: This is the actual spinning wheel of Roulette. Wheels have different number combinations depending on variant.
Zero Row: This is the section of the roulette table that contains 0 and 00.
Zero Bet: This is a bet placed on 0 and pays out 35:1.
Online Video Poker has grown in popularity due to the massive advancements of computer and mobile technology. Players can now easily hold, mark, and flip cards while waiting for the Royal Flush to hit. Our online casino proudly hosts a remarkable selection of online video poker games for your enjoyment. There’s also multiple variants such as playing from one up to 100 hands at a time.
Aces and Eights Video Poker: In this video poker variant, four Aces or 8s and four 7s will reward players a bonus pay-out.
Aces and Faces: Video Poker: This variant showcases four Aces or Face Cards rewarding players with a bonus pay-out.
Action: This refers to the total money wager placed by the player during a round.
Average Pay-out: This refers to the median amounts of winnings a player can expect when online video poker over a period of time.
Bet Max: This is the maximum bet a player can place per round.
Bonus Deuces Wild Video Poker: In this variation the deuces are wild, creating winning combos in a hand.
Bonus Video Poker: This variation gives players larger pay-outs for bonus hands.
Bonus Video Poker Deluxe: Four of Kind takes the cherry in this variation, giving players a higher pay-out.
Cash Out: This refers to players removing their winnings from their casino account. Usually it is paid into a bank account, but other banking method are also available.
Complete Hand: This is a rarity, but a beaut! This hand uses all the cards in a player’s hand to create a winning combo.
Denomination: In casino terms, this refers to the size (value) of a coin or of a card.
Deuces: This term refers to cards that carry the face value of 2.
Deuces Deluxe Video Poker: In this video poker variant, players get a bonus pay-out for any of the following combinations: four deuces, a natural straight flush, a royal flush with a deuce, five-of-a-kind, wild straight flush, and a wild four-of-a-kind hand.
Deuces Wild Video Poker: This is a video poker variant where the deuces act like wilds, creating and finishing winnings combinations.
Deuces and Jokers Wild Video Poker: One of the online video poker variants.
Discard Cards:After the initial cards are dealt, players can discard or ‘get rid of’ certain cards.
Double Bonus Video Poker: This variation rewards bonus pays out for: a hand with four Aces, four Deuces, 3s, 4s, and 5s through to Kings.
Double Up: Some online video poker variations allows players to double their bet on a winning hand.
Draw: Players can ‘draw’ new cards to start a new hand or replace discarded cards.
Edge: Edge or house edge is the advantage the casino has over players.
Expected Return: This is the average amount a player can expect back on a played hand.
Expected Value: This is the median/average of all possible outcomes paid back on a particular bet.
Face Cards: These are cards depicted by a face/character like Jack, King, and Queen, and carry a value of 10.
Fish Hook: This term describes the Jack in certain online video poker variants.
Flush: This is a hand containing any five cards of the same suit (spades, clubs, diamonds or hearts).
Flat Top: This is a video poker game with a fixed jackpot amount as opposed to a progressive jackpot (climbing/growing).
Four of a Kind: This is an online video poker hand with four cards of the same value.
Full House: This is a hand with three of a kind plus a pair.
Full Pay: This is the highest pay-out offered for a specific video poker game.
Garbage Hand: This is a term used for a hand that will most likely bust/not pay out/win.
Hand: This refers to the five cards dealt to players with which to play.
High Card: This term refers to face cards and Aces.
Hold: This option allows players to keep or hold onto cards they think will make the best hand.
House: This refers to the casino itself, in this case our site. The ‘house’ hosts and runs the casino games.
Inside Straight: This is a video poker variant where players have four of the five cards needed for a winning straight, but the middle card is missing.
Inside Straight Flush: This is when players have four of the five cards required for a straight flush from the same suit, but the middle card is missing.
Jackpot: This is the top amount/casino credits players can win in a video poker game and is usually won with a royal flush. A video poker jackpot is called a progressive jackpot as it grows and climbs as the game progresses.
Jacks or Better: One of the original variants of the game.
Jacks Poker: The Joker is wild in this variation, creating winning combos and substituting for missing cards.
Kings or Better: The Kings fall to the bottom ranking of this variation and pays out the lowest.
Max Bet: This is the maximum amount a player can bet on a hand/round.
Multi-play: These variations of video poker games allow up to ten hands to be played at a time.
Odds: This is likely hood or probability that any particular hand can or will occur.
Push: A tie result where the banker and player have the same hand value.
Quads: This is another term which describes a four of a kind.
Royal Flush: This is a video poker hand that contains a 10, J, K, Q, and A all of the same suit. This is usually the highest paying hand which can occur in a game of online video poker.
Run: An optional side bet allowing players to bet on a series of hands
Shoe: A device to used to deal the cards from.
Straight: This is a video poker hand that has five consecutive cards of different suits (a combination of clubs, spades, hearts, diamonds).
Straight Flush: This is a hand containing five consecutive cards from the same suit (all diamonds, all hearts, all spades, all clubs).
Suit: This refers to a category cards from a specific range or pattern: Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, and Spades.
Tens or Better Video Poker: This is an online video poker variant where a pair of 10s is the minimum or lowest hand.
Three of a Kind: This refers to three cards of the same value (three kings, tens, etc).
Two Pair: This is a hand that contains two distinct pairs of cards, like two kings, two queens, etc.
Video Poker Machine: This refers to the screen display of a video poker game.
Wild Card: This is a card in video poker game that substitutes for other cards to create a winning hand.
Wild Royal Flush: This is a royal flush hand that contains at least one wild card.
Winning Hand: This is any hand that rewards players a pay-out.
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