gamerisms will introduce you to the language of video games. Check out these terms/phrases from the glossary.
Clan Tag: group of gamers who play together regularly or at the same skill level.
AAA Game: term for a Triple A Game or Triple A Title video game. The best rating.
Faceplant: death or defeat when playing online multiplayer video games.
There are several types of gamerz like Retro Gamerz: players of older systems, such as Atari or Intellivision.
Educational Video Games are but one of the 10 genres reviewed and defined at gamerisms.
gamerisms offers Cricket Game Facts plus the language of the game to educate those who dont know about this worldwide sport.
For example: It is known that an eleven-a-side match was played in 1697 for money in Sussex.
Additionally, find the Cricket Glossary in 2 parts with a Learning Games Section.
Example is the term Dolly: that refers to a very easy catch for a fielder.
In the end, be prepared to be entertained, educated and amused at gamerisms.
This quiz at gamerisms tests your knowledge of casino speak. Below is an example to begin:
1) What does Down to the Felt mean to casino players?
A. Playing the don't bet or dark side of the craps table.
B. A toke or bet for the dealer at the craps table.
C. Lingo for busted or broke in casino terms.
To continue, the Casino Gambling Facts-Trivia reports about casino history, online casinos and land casinos, casino players data, revenue and regional markets worldwide plus the Winners & Legends.
Take the SportsBetting Quiz Challenge at gamerisms.
Have you ever wanted to try your luck betting on a prizefighter, baseball, basketball, soccer or other sports?
Before moving forward, try testing your wagering savvy.
An example quiz question follows:
1) What is a Bottle in sports betting lingo?
A. Lingo for a 2 to 1 odds bet.
B. A plastic or glass flask that holds soda pop or beer.
C. A term used to describe a nervous bettor.
After taking up the challenge, click on SportsBetting Terms to include Handicap types of bets, If Bets, Lock, Mixed Games and examples of Over/Under Bets.
gamerisms defines rummy versions such as the popular gin rummy and canasta plus 7 other variations.
A preview of the 3-part glossary includes Panguingue or Pan and Pinochle or 500 Rum along with rules and strategies.
Other versions to discover are Contract Rummy, Pinochle, Double Rummy, Knock, Canasta Continental and Kalookie also known as Kaluki or Kalooki.
Rummy Facts-Trivia at gamerisms presents 30 additional versions and concludes with witty rummy trivia for players worldwide.
The Sports Trivia report at gamerisms includes the 4 Sports of Olympics, Boxing, Table Tennis and Badminton.
This additional sports talk plus 10 sport games defined at gamerisms is offered to players and fans worldwide.
Examples of Olympics:
At 1900 Olympic Games, women were allowed to participate.
Eddie Eagan is the only Olympic participant who won gold medals at both the Summer and Winter games.
The 1996 Marathon race gold medal went to Josia Thugwane, the first black man from South Africa to win gold.
Later, jump on over to Rugby Players Terms
Get the Facts Trivia Smile! at gamerisms.
49s is the Pick and Click Lottery Game that offers the most fun with numbers online.
49s Lottery draw occurs twice a day from a pool of numbered balls marked 1-49.
Each draw consists of 6 numbered balls plus a booster or bonus number.
Your bet is placed on 1 to 5 numbers for each draw. Also, you can choose to bet on either a 6 or 7-number draw.
49s offers a generous payout of £601 for £1 play on 3 numbers!
Winning Tips: Check out the Hot and Cold Numbers from past results.
Pool 49s with other players to increase your numbers and chances to Win.
Play the games NY Lotto=6 and 7 ball or the Irish Lotto 6 and 7 ball and triple your 49s fun.
The Slots knowledge quiz at gamerisms brings on 10 Q&A created for passionate slot players.
Here are 2 examples
1) What is an RNG when referring to slots?
A. Really Nice Gambling.
B. Random Number Generator.
C. Right Number Gaming.
2) What are the three types of slots used by slot players?
A. Basic, Progressive and Bonus slots.
B. Red White & Blue 7’s.
C. Flat Tops, Megabucks and Double Diamonds.
The Slots Glossary in 3 parts will continue your reel adventure at gamerisms
Welcome to the area of gamerisms known as play card games.
It's a grouping of 12 other card games that don't quite fit in our poker glossary or rummy skill game units.
Although most are poker derivatives and certainly skill games, these card games are generally not available at land-based casino/poker rooms, but perhaps online.
Some of the games are Deuces Wild, Baseball, 5-6 and 8 Card Stud, Cincinnati, Spit in the Ocean plus Indian Poker.
Otherwise, the Holdem, Omaha, Stud glossary will bring you back to 3 of the most popular card games played worldwide.
gamerisms tests your Roulette IQ with this quiz. 2 Examples:
1) Which is the correct payout for roulette players with a Corner bet, that is 4 bordering numbers?
A. Pays 5 to 1.
B. Pays 8 to 1.
C. Pays 11 to 1.
2) The house edge on single-number roulette bets are?
A. Is higher than on even-money bets such as red/black or even/odd.
B. Is lower than on even-money bets such as red/black or even/odd
C. Is the same as on even-money bets such as red/black or even/odd
Roulette Facts-Trivia about the King of Casino Games. is sure to grab the attention of casino players.
gamerisms presents 5 top action-adventure video game reviews.
Many of this genre of video games asks that the players solve a puzzle within the game setting.
The 5 reviews at gamerisms are Heavy Rain, Doctor Who, Monkey Island, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Urban Runner.
Jump over to War Video Games genre that will place you in combat action with 10 reviews.
Casino Gambling Facts Trivia at gamerisms is a snapshot report about the favorite pastime of exciting gaming entertainment worldwide.
gamerisms embarks on a global fact finding mission to report about casino history, online casinos and land casinos, casino players data, revenue and regional markets worldwide plus the Winners & Legends.
Sportsbetting is one of the most popular online gambling activity. Follow this link to the punters glossary.
At gamerisms, there is the top 10 sports worldwide with glossaries plus a series of quiz and facts-trivia reports.
Sport gamerisms define soccer, rugby, basketball, volleyball, baseball, golf, hockey, football, tennis and cricket.
Follow this link to the Intro page that includes the top 10 sports with examples of the terms, lingo and jargon.
Want 4 More Sports? Jump over to this Sports Report for Olympics, Boxing, Table Tennis and Badminton.
Go ahead--Pick your favorites and explore!
The Top Word Games are presented in 2 parts at the skill games area of gamerisms.
Part 1 provides an Intro, describes pencil game types along with classics like Scrabble, Jumble, Crosswords and Hangman.
Part 2 defines games like Chicktionary, Boggle, has a word games glossary and lists the 5 most popular word games.
gamerisms is happy to spread the word and we invite you to view and share.
Tennis Trivia and Facts at gamerisms serves up plenty of interesting info for passionate players and fans.
The longest recorded tennis match lasted for 6 hours and 33 minutes. The match was played between Arnaud Clement and Fabrice Santoro.
The shortest match recorded was just 20 minutes when during the Wimbledon tournament of 1969, Susan M.Tutt beat Marion Bandy; the score was 6-0, 6-0.
Tennis Glossary in 3 parts includes the phrases Round Robin, Runback, Shank and Twist.
Take up the Video Poker Quiz challenge.
Here are 2 examples of 10 Questions:
1) What is a dirty Royal in reference to video poker games?
A. 4 Parts of a Royal dealt.
B. Royal straight with 1 card off-suit: AC, KC, QD, JC, 10C
C. Wild Royal that includes 1 or more wild cards, example: Deuces or Jokers Wild.
2) With 4 Aces, what is the fifth card or kicker required in Super Aces/All Aces VP?
A. 2, 3 or 4.
B. None. Does not require a ‘kicker’.
C. King, Queen or Jack.
Video Poker Facts-Trivia deals up a report of interest to both newbie and veteran players alike at gamerisms.
Take the Video Game Genre quiz at gamerisms. See example:
1) What first-person shooter franchise began development in 1992 and continues to be popular even today?
A. Barbie Horse adventures, wherein a blond bimbo rides horses and makes friends.
B. Fatal Fury, wherein the characters must destroy all opponents within a set time limit.
C. Doom, wherein a marine must battle through many levels of monstrous enemies.
This link for First Person Shooter genre will take you to 1 of the the 10 video game genres at gamerisms.
gamerisms delivers for the game of chess with a 5-part glossary, quiz and facts trivia wrapped in one package.
After the basics are explained, there is a 2-part glossary of chess terms and lingo that follows.
For those players looking beyond the basics of the game, there are 2 strategy articles along with a challenging quiz.
The articles are titled: Chess Attack and Chess Game Balance
Chess Facts Trivia. This report is about odd and amusing details for this worldwide game.
Sportsbetting Facts-Trivia at gamerisms reveals the worldwide interest of wagering on many sports games.
This comprehensive report begins with Superbowl facts--the mammoth betting day in the US.
Other topics include College Betting, Worldwide Wagers, Soccer Bets and Horseracing.
Next stop should be Sports Betting Terms for unique jargon and betting options like Goliath, Handicap types of bets and examples of Over/Under Bets.
gamerisms talks golf terms, lingo and jargon--the language of the game.
Here are 3 examples:
Chili-dip or Fat shot: jargon for a missed golf shot where the club head hits the ground before it strikes the golf ball. The result is a feeble, lofted shot.
Dub: golf players terms for a weak or missed golf shot.
Condor: triple eagle, four strokes under par. It's a miracle—congrats!
Golf Trivia is sure to be of interest to all passionate players and fans.
gamerisms presents a comprehensive video games glossary plus 11 genre articles.
These 10 game genres with Intro include fighting, shooting, adventure-action and war games, racing, puzzle/board games, educational games, simulation=SIM, sports videogames plus 12 Poker Software Reviews.
There are 70+ reviews for popular video game titles.
Passionate players can explore the Video Games Facts-Trivia Report or 2 Quiz that challenge passionate gamers.
All About Poker Facts & Trivia at gamerisms includes general info, poker variations/versions, Winners, WSOP famous players and online poker play.
Below find 3 samples from the stack of poker facts and trivia.
There are a possible 2,598,960 hands of poker in a 52-card deck.
The odds of a Royal Flush are 649,740 to 1.
Let It Ride Poker, considered one of the newer versions of the game, was introduced in 1993.
Jump on over to Poker Lingo for the language of poker for passionate players and fans.
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gamerisms offers THE Word about skill games with glossaries, quiz and facts-trivia reports for passionate players worldwide.
Begin your adventure with the language of chess, backgammon, checkers, rummy, billiards and darts.
Puzzle, Word, Tile & Dice Games plus Play Card Games, a grouping of 12 other card games complete the 11 skill games categories at gamerisms.
Backgammon Facts report is one of 5 Facts-Trivia reports along with 5 quiz.
Go ahead and test your skill!
gamerisms challenges players and fans with a 10 Question & Answer Hockey Quiz.
Here are 2 examples:
1)What is a Biscuit in hockey?
A. Lingo for a hockey puck.
B. The round section at center ice where play begins.
C. The helmet the players wear.
2) What is a Shutdown Player?
A. Hockey Player who is called in near the end of the game.
B. Hockey player who is easily stopped.
C. Hockey Player that is a defensive specialist.
Find a Hockey Glossary in 4 parts for hockey players and fans who love howitzers!