Alle woorden uit het casino met de letter R
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Rabbit = (1) A person who scares easily. (2) A sucker.
Rabbit Ears = A term used to describe the two tubes into which the winning balls are blown on a keno game; the tubes allow the numbers on the balls to be displayed to players as well as employees.
Race Book = A business that accepts wagers on horse, or other, races.
Rack = A piece of equipment for the tables that is a rectangular metal tray containing the table checks and silver, and lies flat in the middle of the table next to the dealer.
Rack Rate = A hotel term that refers to the standard or full-price ratel established by the property.
Raffle = A lottery.
Rail = (1) A casino term referring to the carpeted area bordering the gaming tables. (2) In roulette, the wheel groove on which the bal) spins.
Railbird = A thief who steals unaware players’ gaming chips from the edge, or “rail,” of the table.
Raise = In poker, when a player bets more than the previous player and forces all opponents to match the higher stakes or drop out of the game. Rake Croupier’s stick.
Rake-Off = A percentage taken by the casino as a commission from customers playing poker.
Random Distribution = A mathematica’ probability in which every-thing has an equal opportunity to be selected.
Random Number Generator = A statistical process in which each number has an equal probability of being selected by a computer; often used in slot machines.
Rank = The face value of a card.
Rat Hole = A cheater’s place to hide illegally obtained chips or money. Rating A casino term referring to the measure of a player’s potential value as a casino customer for the purpose of allocating complimentaries .
Rating Slip = (1) A sheet that indicates a player’s activity for comps. (2) A record of a dealer’s performance.
Ratio = Analysis Financial data expreseed in the form of a comparison in order to evaluate organizational performance.
Rats = Dice.
Readable Dealer = A casino term for a dealer whose hole card can be spotted by a person in a casino.
Readers = A cheater’s glasces or lenses used to read marked cards. Ready a Tray A casino term referring to the way dealers organize the tray so that a supervisor can count the content of the chip tray from a distance.
Ready = Up Prepare.
Real Dough = Large quantity of money.
Red = In roulette, a bet paying one to one.
Red-Dog = A casino table game in which players bet that the third card drawn falls between the values of two previously drawn cards.
Reds = Five-dollar table cheques or chips.
Reel Strip Listing = Arrangement of the symbols and spaces on the slot machine reel strips.
Reel Strip Settings = In casinos, the payout percentages that are preset in the slot machines.
Reel Timing = In slots, a player’s attempt to time the spin of the reels and set them in motion so that they come to rest in desired positions.
Reference Groups = In consumer behavior, groups that set behavior standards to which other individuals adhere.
Registration = The procedure when an incoming guest signs the forms to contract for their stay.
Reg 6-A = The Federal Banking Secrecy Act of 1985, which requires casinos to record and get positive identification from all players buying in more than $10,000 in a twenty-four-hour period.
Regulation = The government laws or mies designed to change the behavior of firms or organizations.
REIT = An abbreviation for real estate investment trust.
Relationship Marketing = Emphasizes the importance of building long-term relationships with individual customers and with other organizations in the distribution chain.
Relay = A person who transmits signals from one person to another in a casino.
Reliability = (1) A research design question referring to the likelihood that the results can be duplicated again, with similar results. (2) The way a product or service fulfills its intended function.
Relief Dealer = A casino term referring to the new dealer who takes the place of the table dealer so she can take a break.
Rembrandt = A card cheater who specializes in daubing the cards during play.
Renege = Refuse to pay a wager or debt.
Reorder Point = Point at which an item needs to be reordered so as not to run out of it before the next delivery is received.
Repositioning = Using various promotional programs and physical changes in the product/service mix to change the image of an organ¬ization or product in customers’ minds.
Research Design = Plan for a study that guides the collection and analy¬sis of the data.
Research Process = A sequence of steps in the design and implemen¬tation of an experiment.
Reservation = An agreement between a guest and a business to hold a specific type of room or table for a specified date and length of time. Resources A strategie management term referring to the organization’s people, capital, technology, clients, and time.
Respin (1) In roulette, where the ball rolls on the wheel. (2) On a big six wheel, when the dapper stops on top of a peg, requiring a second spin.
Responsible Gaming = Strategies employed by the gaming entertain¬ment industry to mitigate pathological and underage gambling, includ¬ing prevention, education, and awareness programs for employees, customers, and local communities.
Responsibilities = An employee’s assigned tanks, duties, and obliga-tions to achieve expected performance results.
Restructuring = A strategie management term referring to alter-ations in the organizational chart for more efficient distribution of resources.
Result Player = A gambler who tells you how you should have made your bet or play after the decision has been made.
Retail = A type of business that involves the majority of the sale of goods and services directly to consumers for their personal, family, or household use.
Return = In gambling, the percentage of total money that is paid out to the customers.
Return on Assets (ROA) = A financial performance ratio based on net sales, net profits, and total assets.
Return on Investment (ROI) = A financial ratio that compares net income to stockholders’ equity.
Revenue = (1) A financial term referring to the money earned by a business operation or income. (2) From the casino point of view, col-lective losser of gamblers.
Revolutions = A casino term referring to each time a wheel or reel spins one complete circle.
Rev Par = Revenue per available room.
Reward Power = A management term referring to the ability of a man¬ager to distribute bonuses.
RFB = A casino term for the ultimate comp: free room, meals, and drinks.
Rhythm Play = The method used hy players to attempt to control the slot machine combinations hy carefully timing the pull of the handle.
Rich = A card counter’s term referring to a shoe with a larger than nor- mal percentage of a certain value of cards present.
Rich Environment = A service setting, environment, or servicescape in which more information is available for processing by guests.
Ride (the Action) = A victim tolerates a hustler’s cheating actions without complaining because he is unaware that anything dishonest is happening.
Rien Ne Va Plus = In roulette, the croupier’s call that ends betting on one spin of the wheel.
Riffle = A dealer’s term referring to a method of shuffling cards by dividing the deck in two and intermingling the two sections.
Rig = A cheating maneuver to fix or prearrange a game’s outcome.
Right Bettor = In craps, when a player bets the shooter will make his point.
Ring In = To introduce crooked gaming equipment into a game.
Ring in One’s = Nose To be losing heavily and betting high, hoping to get even.
Rip = A cheating maneuver to switch dice.
Rip and Tear = To cheat without fear of the consequences. Ripe (1) Ready to make a Joan. (2) Novice primed to be taken. Rip In In craps, to switch dice into a game.
Risk = Conditions in which the decision maker has to estimate the likelihood of certain outcomes.
Risk of Ruin = The probability that the gambler will tap out or lose his entire bankroll within a defined period or before achieving a speci¬fied goal.
Riverboat = A type of casino that floats on water.
ROA = An abbreviation for return on assets.
Road Hustler = A cheat who travels around looking for a game.
Road Mob = A team of card or dice cheats who travel around the coun¬try looking for games to cheat in.
Rob = To cheat the players in a game of chance. Rock A player who refuses to lend money. Rod Handgun.
ROI = An abbreviation for return on investments
Role = A sociological term referring to a set of behavior patterns ex-pected of soineone occupying a given position in a social unit (e.g., the role of the breadwinner of a family is to bring home the money).
Roll = (1) A criminal move to steal from a person while they are asleep or intoxicated. (2) In craps, the throwing of the dice.
Roller = (1) In cards, the weight that holds the cards against the shoe. (2) Player or gambler (high roller = big gambler).
Rolling Full Bloom = Fast paced, high stakes game.
Rolling the Bones = A player’s term for shooting craps.
Rolling the Deck = A method of cheating at blackjack whereby the dealer secretly turns the deck over so the used face-up cards on the bottom are redealt.
Roll Over = (1) Slang for a criminal partner who tells the police what she knows. (2) In accounting, when an investment such as a certificate of deposit comes due and is automatically reinvested. (3) In casino accounting, paying off old markers with newly issued credit instruments.
Room Occupancy = Percentage A key operating ratio for hotels that is calculated by finding the number of rooms occupied and dividing by rooms available.
Rooms Division = A hotel department that includes the front office, reservations, telephone switchboard, housekeeping, uniformed service departments and functions.
Rope = Cheat.
Rope In = A scam artist’s term for luring a mark into a swindle. Roper A hustler who recruits victims for gambling scams. Roscoe Handgun.
Rotation = The direction a wheel is spun.
Rouge = In roulette, a bet on red.
Rouge et Noir = French casino game; also called Trente et Quarante or Thirty and Forty.
Rough It Up = A gambling term meaning to bet heavily.
Roulette = A casino table game in which players bet on one or a combination of thirtyeight numbers, in which a small white ball is spun against a horizontal rotating wheel and it lands on the winning number.
Round = To cause someone to turn around to keep him from seeing a cheating move performed by one’s partner.
Royal Flush = In poker, the highest possible hand that includes a ten, jack, queen, king, and ace, all in the same suit.
Rubber Band = A management system of assigning dealers to table games after the break when the dealers are not assigned a specific table.
Rug Joint = A plush gambling house.
Rule = An explicit statement that dictates what is acceptable. Rumble To discover crooked dealings.
Run = Length of time.
Run Down = Small, regulation-sized stacks of cheques; easily counted from a distance.
Runners = In keno, the casino personnel who pick up a customer’s ticket and wager from anywhere in the casino hotel and take it to the keno booth.
Running Count = A card counter’s cumulative value of all cards played at any given time; based on a preassigned value for each card.
Running Flat = For any gambling establishment, to be operating crookedly.
Run of the House = A hotel term to guarantee a farm price that applies to any room in the house.
Runt = In poker, a hand of less than one pair.
Run Up = To rearrange the cards while shuffling them so that a favor¬able hand will fall to one of the players.
Russian Service = Restaurant service in which the entrée, vegetables, and starches are served from a platter onto the diner’s plate by a waiter.