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EAP = An abbreviation for Employee Assistance Program.
Ear = A cheating technique in which a corner is bent on a playing card to identify or locate it.
Early Bird Ticket = A ticket to a bingo game sold at a special discount to induce players to come early.
Early Out = Term used by dealers when they get the last break before the end of the shift and, thus, can go home early.
Early Surrender = In blackjack, the player’s option of relinquishing half the bet prior to the dealer determining if she has blackjack.
Earn In casinos = the actual money the casinos can technically consider its take or revenue.
Earnest Money = The money required of the victim in certain con games as a show of good faith.
Earring = A cheating technique used by dealers in which they do not drop the paper money all the way into the drop box leaving one corner of the bill(s) exposed with the goal of retrieving it later; allo called hanger.
Ease of Entry = Occurs for businesses when there are low capital requirements and no, or relatively low, licensing provisions thus making it easier to begin a business.
Easy Way In craps = point made without paired numbers (e.g., making an eight with a five and a three rather than with 2 fours, which is the hard way).
Econometric Models = Statistical methods of analyzing data and mak¬ing predictions about the future.
Economie Development = An economics term referring to the process by which less developed areas or regions increase their per capita output by improving their stock of capital goods such as building a casino or improving worker’s skills, or by other means.
Economie Impact = An examination of the organization’s effect on the external environments.
Ecotourism = Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and sustains the well being of the local people.
Edge = The mathematica! advantage; usually retained by the house. Edge Work (Edge Markings) A cheating technique in cards in whichthey are marked with a slight bevel or belly drawn on a certain pointof cach card between the design and the edge of the card.
EEO = An abbreviation for equal employment opportunity.
Ego Strengths = A personality characteristic that measures the potency of a person’s convictions.
Eighter from Decatur = In craps, the point eight.
Eighty-Six = (1) Used in casinos and restaurants to eject, evict, or try to get rid of a customer(s). (2) To close down a table, pit, or entire casino for the night.
Eighty-Sixed = (86’ed) A restaurant expression meaning an item is canceled or no longer available.
80-20 Principle = Eighty percent of the effort or resources is put into capturing twenty percent of the total sales volume.
Eldest Hand = The card player on the dealer’s left.
Electric Dice = A cheating technique in craps in which the dice are loaded with steel slugs and used over an electric magnet hidden in or under a counter or dice table.
Element of Ruin = The probability that a player will lose their bank. Elevator A method of performing the hop in which the two halves ofthe deck are transposed by the right hand as it places the deck into the left hand to start the deal.
Employee = Nonmanagerial workers of an organization who perform tasks and are responsible only for their own actions.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) = In companies, when counsel¬ing and other help is provided to workers having emotional, physical, or other personal problems.
Employee Burnout = Employees that do too much or have too much stress and become incapable of functioning effectively. Empowerment In business, increasing the decision-making discretion of workers.
Encoding = A psychological term referring to the process in which in¬formation from short-term memory is entered into long-term memory.
English = (1) The simultaneous sliding and spinning action of the dice that is characteristic of most controlled shots. (2) Unique body move- ment, as in “body English.”
English “American” Roulette = A combination form of American roulette begun with the British Gaming Act of 1968, in which the double zero from the American type is eliminated, player differentiated chips are used, a single zero is derived from the French version, and the share half concession is used when zero appears.
En Plein = In roulette, the French term for a wager on a single number.
En Prison = French term used in roulette that permits the player to let her wager ride or surrender only half of it if a zero or double zero shows up.
Entrepreneurship = A business term that refers to a process through which new business is created that involves uncertainty, risk, creative opportunism, and orientation toward growth.
Entropy = The tendency of an organization to deteriorate. Environmental Scanning In management, a method of identifying emerging environmental opportunities and threats that may influence the organization’s performance.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) = In management, an employment-related decision must not be made based on factors such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or handicapped status.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) = Federal government agency created to administer the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which contains laws regulating the staffing of organizations.
Equitable = A fair game.
Equity Capital = Funds supplied by the owner(s) of a business in return for the opportunity to share in the risks and rewards of the business.
ER Man = Person who sits to the extreme right of the dealer; the anchor.
European Plan = In hotels, a billing arrangement under which meals are priced separately from rooms,
Even Chances (Even Money) = Odds of one to one.
Evening Shift = Time frame for working that usually covers from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Even Splitters = Dice which are so misspotted as to make it possible for the shooter to roll any of the even point numbers 4, 6, 8, 10.
Even Up = A wager made on even odds.
Exact Count = Equal to the running count divided by the conversion factor to indicate what the count would be if the game were being dealt from a single deck. Thus, if the running count is twelve, and three decks remain to be played, the exact count is twelve divided by three thus equaling four, indicating to the player that there is a rela¬tive surplus of two tens per fifty-two cards left to be played.
Executive Summary = A few pages usually positioned at the begin-ning of a marketing plan that sum up the plan’s main sections.
Exit = To get out of the game.
Expectancy Theory = In management, a theory of motivation based on probability and the relationships among efforts, performance, and rewards.
Expected Value = The money the player should win or lose given aver¬age luck or in accordance with the statistical advantage of the casino. The expected value equals the player’s advantage in percent multi¬plied by the total action.
Experimental Bias = A situation that occurs when an experimenter unintentionally communicates his own expectations onto the partici¬pants being studied. This behavior, although not intended to be part of the experimental manipulation, influences the participants.
Exposition = Event held mainly for information exchanges among trades people; large exhibition in which the presentation is the main attraction as well as a source of revenue for an exhibitor.
External Audit = Review of a firm’s finances done by a public accounting farm.
External Environmental Forces = Factors outside the organization’s control, including suppliers, customers, government, and unions that may affect performance and decision making.
Externalities = An activity that affects others, for better or worse, with¬out those others paying or being paid for the activity, as in crime being suggested as a negative externality of casino gaming.
External Validity = The extent to which the research findings can be generalized to larger populations and applied to different settings.
Extreme Right Man (ER Man) = The player who sits at the dealer’s extreme right at the blackjack table. He is the last to act on his hand before the dealer.