Gambling Terms Quiz at gamerisms


Gambling Terms Quiz at gamerisms will test your gambling speak, otherwise known as Gambling Lingo that is heard often at casinos, the tables, machines, sportsbook and bingo halls online and off.
This gambling terms quiz is designed to increase your vocabulary with the added benefit of impressing your game-playing friends.
Some of these expressions or lingo have a long history and will surely add some fun to your next casino or bingo experience. Here we go:

Gambling Terms Quiz Questions 1 - 5


1) What does the gambling lingo Coloring Up refer to?
A. Exchanging casino chips for larger denominations.
B. Stacking 2 or 3 different colored chips when betting.
C. Wagering higher amounts when doubling up at blackjack.

2) Carpet Joints is a gambling term for?
A. Lingo referring to 5 star luxury casinos.
B. Small casinos that are not attractive, but offer better payouts and comps
C. Casinos that rely on walk in visitors or locals, rather than the whales or major gamblers.

3) Casino players who do this are called a Flea? 
A. Hanger-on or watcher at a blackjack game.
B. Player who is caught past-posting at the roulette table.
C. Irritating player who has high expectations for casino comps and benefits while not deserved. 
  
4) When casino players Load Up, it means?
A. It's buffet time at your favorite casino.
B. Players who bet max. coins/spin at slots or video poker.
C. Players signaling for a 4th card for a blackjack hand.

5) What does the gambling lingo Rathole refer to?
A. An unexpected losing hand in poker.
B. Player who slowly puts away chips during play to give the appearance that he/she is not ahead of the game.
C. Doubling your bet after every losing hand in blackjack.

Gambling Terms Quiz Questions 6 - 10
6) A casino player who is a Scamdicapper does this?
A. Casino player with outlandish claims about win percentages and game expectations.
B. Casino visitor who checks the slots for left change or tickets.
C. Professional poker player who is recognized for bluffing.gambling terms quiz at gamerisms

7) The gambling lingo White Meat refers to?
A. New player at the poker table.
B. Blackjack player who is not using correct strategy.
C. Casino lingo for gambling profit.

8) The gambling term 'Tom' means?
A. Regular player at the blackjack tables.
B. A non-tipper, usually avoided and known by casino employees.
C. Casino player who frequents casino games after midnight only.

9) Firing is gambling lingo for?
A. Gambling lingo for betting large amounts at money games.
B. Poker player exploding after an unexpected big loss.
C. Casino employee 'going off' on a player at the craps table

10) What does the gambling term Cracking the Nut mean?
A. Casino lingo for a net profit after all gambling expenses deducted.
B. Playing the best 'nut' hand in poker.
C. Hitting a Royal Flush in video poker.

Answers to Gambling Terms Quiz. How did you do with this gambling speak quiz?
1) A. Coloring Up: Exchanging casino chips for larger denominations.

2) A. Carpet Joints: Lingo referring to 5 star luxury casinos.

3) C. Flea: Irritating player who has high expectations for casino comps and benefits while not deserved.

4) B. Load up: Players who bet max coins/spin at slots or video poker.

5) B. Rathole: Player who slowly puts away chips during play to give the appearance that he/she is not ahead of the game.

Gambling Terms Quiz Answers 6 - 1040 quiz ebook
6) C. Scamdicapper: Casino player with outlandish claims about win percentages and game expectations.

7) C. White Meat: Casino lingo for gambling profit.

8) B. Tom: A non-tipper, usually avoided and known by casino employees.

9) A. Firing: Gambling lingo for betting large amounts at money games.

10) A. Cracking the Nut: Casino lingo for a net profit after all gambling expenses deducted. Let's be sure it's a humongous amount!

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