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Daub = A cheating move in which cards are marked with coloring to facilitate later identification.
Days = Expression used by casino employees to refer to the work shift that occurs during daylight; usually starts between 7 a.m. and noon.
Day-Trip Market = A market segment that can drive to the property and return home the same day.
DB = An abbreviation for debit.
Dead Head = (1) A patron who is out of money. (2) A nonplayer. (3) In Atlantic City, when a casino bus returns to the point of departure without the original passengers.
Dead Man’s Hand = A poker hand containing aces and eights; pur-ported to be the hand held by Wild Bill Hickock, legendary gun¬fighter and lawman, when he was shot dead playing poker in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Dead Number = Dice In craps, a cheating technique in which dice are modified or loaded in such a way that one number comes up more often than statistically determined.
Dead Table = Table to which a dealer is assigned but has no players.
Deadwood Players = People who loiter in the casino but do not play, often due to lack of resources.
Deal Around = When a dealer deliberately avoids giving cards to a player, often because the player is intoxicated.
Dealer = Casino employee who conducts a table game but does not necessarily deal cards; also called the croupier.
Deal Out = (1) The act by the dealer of getting the cards to the players. (2) To exclude a player from the game.
Debit = (DR) In accounting, an entry on the left side of an account. Decentralization A management term referring to decisions being made at the local/unit level rather than the corporate office level.
Deferred = Understanding that the commission or “vigorish” will be paid later.
Delegation = In management, the process of assigning tasks and responsibility and granting authority to ensure that those tasks are accomplished.
Delivery = Manner of getting the cards to the players.
Denomination = The value or rank of a card, chip, or cash. Departmentation In management, the process of grouping activities or tasks into an organizational unit to accomplish some common
purpose, such as the accounting department.
Dependent Variable = Variable that the researcher wishes to explain.
Deuce = (1) Two dollars. (2) The two-spot on a die. (3) In cards, the two. Deuce Dealer A dealer who specializes in dealing seconds.
Dice = The plural of die; refers to the two objects that are played with in craps, each having six sides with spots representing the numbers one to six.
Dice Are Off = Dice that are not “truc,” either from use or in an effort to cheat.
Dice Boat = A container on the game table that retains the dice that are not being used.
Dice Chute = A plastic tube used to drop the dice in some games; de-signed to reduce the possibility of cheating through the use of a cup or throwing by hand.
Dice Degenerate = Compulsive craps players who cannot control their need to gamble.
Dice Picker = In craps, the casino employee who retriever dice that have fallen or been thrown off the table.
Die Singular = of dice; a small cube with six sides with spots represent¬ing the numbers one to six.
Differentiation Strategy = The approach a firm follows when it wants to be unique in its industry along dimensions widely valued by buyers.
Dime = Wager of one thousand dollars.
Direct Costs = Expenses incurred by a firm that are in proportion to the output of a good or service.
Direct Marketing = The process of attempting to reach the market directly through such media as mail or telephone.
Dirty Money = (1) Chips from losing wagers that have not been returned to the bankroll. (2) Money obtained through illegal means.
Discard = (1) Playing card that is removed from the deck until the next shuffle. (2) Used cards.
Discard Holder = Receptacle, usually metal or plastic, that is used to retain the discarded cards.
Discard Tray = An area in which used cards are stored until they are shuilled; used primarily in blackjack and baccarat.
Discipline = In business, actions taken by a manager to enforce the organization’s standards and regulations.
Discretionary Income = An individual’s or family’s money that is left over after paying taxes and buying necessities.
Disposable Income Roughly,= take-home pay or that part of total income that is available for consumption or saving.I)iversification A business strategy of adding products or services areas to the organization that are different from the current ones provided.
DMC An abbreviation for Destination Management Company. Dollar A wager of one hundred dollars.
Dolly In roulette = the cylindrical object, usually glass, which is used to designate the winning number.
Domain = The market and the products or service areas in which the organization intends to operate.
Don’t Come = In craps, a bet placed after the come-out roll. Depending on the next roll, either: (1) two or three wins, (2) a twelve is a stand- off or, (3) seven or eleven loses.
Don’t Pass Line = In craps, the zone in which a player makes a don’t pass bet.
Doorman = The casino employee who admits players to the gaming room; more common in Europe.
Double Apron = A cheating technique used by casino employees in which their normally pocketless apron is modified to create a pocket in which chips can be hidden.
Double Deal = The process of dealing two cards together while pretending to deal only one.
Double Deck = In blackjack, when two handheld decks are used. Double Deuce Altered dice that have two deuces (the number two). The extra deuce takes the place of a five on the die.
Double Discard = A draw poker cheating ploy whereby the hustler actually discards twice.
Double Down = In blackjack, an option that allows the player to double the value of his wager after looking at the first two cards.
Double Duke = A cheating technique used by a dealer who deals her victim a good hand but deals herself a better one.
Double Entry Bookkeeping = A system for recording financial Irans¬actions in which every transaction creates entries that affect at least two accounts.
Double Exposure = A variation of blackjack in which both the dealer’s cards are shown before bettors play their hands; may have rule changes to compensate for this advantage being given to the bettors.
Double Number Dice = Dice that are misspotted so that one number appears twice on opposite sides of the die while another number is left off entirely.
Double Odds = In craps games at some casinos, when a player takes an odds bet at double the original stake.
Double Steer = A brief con in which the victim is led to believe he is going to be partners with a cheat in swindling a card or dice game.
Double the Bank = The goal of most card counters or teams to double the original playing stake.
Double Up = To enlarge a wager by an equal quantity.
Double Zero = Today, only American roulette wheels have two zeros, which is the thirty-eighth number on the wheel and green in color. (The first casino roulette wheel had two zeros.)
Doubling Up To double = the size of the preceding wager; serves as the basis for many betting strategies.
Down Behind = A losing don’t come bet on a crap game. This call by the baseman alerts the boxman that they are removing the bet.
Drag Down = To retrieve all or part of a wager just won, thus not letting it ride on the next bet.
Dragging = Illegally removing chips from a wager after the game is in progress.
Dram Shop Legislation = Includes laws and procedures that govern the legal operation of establishments that sell measured alcoholic beverages.
Draw = (1) To take additional cards after the initial deal. (2) A form of poker.
Draw Ticket = A keno ticket that is punched by keno employees to reflect the numbers selected in the ball draw and used to verify winning tickets.
Driller = A cheating technique at the slot machines in which a hole is drilled in the machine to modify its play.
Drivers Seat = In stud poker, to have the best hand showing or to have won most of the money in a game.
Drop = During a given time frame, total amount of cash plus markers at a table, on a shift, or in an entire casino.
Drop Box = Box locked to the underside of a gaming table where the dealer deposits all currency, markers, and drop slips.
Drop Box Slot = An aperture in the table directly above the drop box, which includes the cover, or plunger, that allows items to be placed in the drop box.
Drop Bucket = A container that is stored in a locked cabinet in the base of the slot machine into which coins are diverted.
Drop Cabinet = A locked area usually found underneath each slot ma¬chine where the drop buckets are stored until the hard count team removes them during the slot drop process.
Drop Cut = A method of holding a stack of chips in one hand, touching them to the table and then lifting them, leaving a small stack of the correct number of chips. Also called cut cheques or thumb cut. Dropping The act during which the casino employee puts chips in the toke box.
Drown = To lose heavily.
Drunker Mitt = A short con game built around a poker game in which the con man `accidentally’ exposes his hand showing that he cannot win.
Dry = To lose all money or be broke, can refer to a single individual or many.
Due Diligence =(1) In legal terms, the pretrial activities to make every effort to obtain relevant facts to make the case. (2) A bundle of activ¬ities is a means to investigate or procure factual information garnered outside of the activities attendant on the formation, management, and enforcement of a contract for casino credit.
Duke = A big hand at a table.
Duking = In Involving a victim in a game by getting her to play for you or by making a bet for her.
Dummy Up and Deal = Old-time Nevada phrase used by a boss to tell a dealer to stop talking and speed up the game.
Dumping = To lose a great deal of money swiftly.
Dumping off a Game = A cheating technique in which a dealer allows her accomplice to win money from the casino.
Dump Shot = A sleight of hand technique tbr controlling the numher on one of several dice rolled from a cup.
Dust Him Off = To flatter a player by suggesting that he is very smart.