Toke - A tip given to the
dealer in the form of money or chips.
Token - the casino coins used
to play slot machines.
Tom - A player who does not tip.
Took a Hike - A person who left
town owing money leaving no forwarding address.
Took a Powder - A person who
left town owing money leaving no forwarding address.
Touch Wand - A pointing device
used on some video keno machines to select numbers.
Tout - A professional tipster
who offers to sell his opinion on the outcome of a sporting event
without benefit of knowledge.
Trey - A Three.
Trips - In poker, 3 of a kind.
True Odds - The ratio of the
number of times one event will occur to the number of times another
event will occur. The odds posted in a casino are usually not the true
Trump - Cash.
Turning the Dice - When the
stickperson flips the dice around with his stick in order to make sure
a 7, 11, 2, 3, or 12 isn't showing when they go to the shooter.
Two Pair - In Poker, a hand
consisting of two sets of pairs and a singleton.
Underlay - A bad bet. An event
that has more money bet on its happening than can be justified by the
probability of it happening.
Upcard - The dealer’s exposed
card that is face up for all the players to see before they play their
hands in Blackjack.
Used To Be Somebody - A player
who has run out of funds and credit.
Value - A professional's
opinion regarding a proposition that appears to be an overlay or an
Vigorish - The fee or
commission taken by the house.
VIP - A big bettor that is
worthy of full complimentary treatment.
Virgin Line - A line sent out
to Sports Books before any wagers have been made.
Walking Sticks - A pair of
Wall - The end of the table the
shooter throws the dice against in order to complete a fair roll.
Washing - Card shuffling
Wave - Bending the edge of a
card during play for identification purposes.
Way Ticket - In keno, a ticket
that groups different numbers to create more than one way to win.
Whale - A high roller.