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Casino Terms Beginning With A

Action

The amount of money wagered. In poker, the placing of money into the pot.

Active Player

A player who is still in the pot.

All In

A player is considered to be All-In when he or she bets all his or her remaining chips. Going ‘All-In’ in poker, to call or to bet all your chips. If another player bets more chips than you have in a No Limit game, you can go All-In and stake your total stack against an equivalent amount of your opponent’s stack.

All or Nothing

In Keno, a ticket that only pays if all picked numbers are drawn or none of the picked numbers are drawn.

Ante

In poker, a small portion of the minimum bet that each player is required to put into the pot before a new hand starts.

Any Craps

In Craps, a bet made on 2, 3 or 12 rolling on the next roll

Any Seven

In Craps, a bet made that seven will be the next number rolled

Arm

A term used in the game of craps to denote a player who is so skilled at throwing the dice that they are able to alter the conventional odds of the game.

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