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CALL - In poker, when a player calls, he matches the current bet on the table.
CARD RIFFLING - To shuffle playing cards by holding part of a deck in each hand and raising up the edges before releasing them to fall alternately in one stack.
CARD SHARP - A person who is an expert at cards.
CARDS SHUFFLING - Mixing of the play cards by using various techniques.
CAROUSEL - A circle of slot machines with a money changer in the centre of the circle.
CARPET JOINT - A luxury casino.
CASE MONEY - Emergency gambling money.
CASINO ADVANTAGE - The edge that the casino has over the players.
CASINO RATE - Hotels may offer reduced prices of the rooms to good players. Sometimes good players may stay at the hotels for free.
CHASE - When a player tries to recover his losses by placing another bet.
CHASING - When a player tries to recover his losses by placing another bet.
CHECK - In poker, when a player can say "check", he may continue staying in the game without placing more bets.
CHIP TRAY - A tray which is located in front of the dealer and that is where he keeps his stock of chips.
CHIPS - Round plastic disks that are used on casino gaming tables instead of cash.
COAT-TAIL - To place the same bet as someone who is currently winning.
COLD - A player who is on a losing streak or a slot machine that is not paying out.
COLOUR CARDS - The Jack, Queen and King of any suit of cards.
COLOUR UP - When a player exchanges smaller denomination chips for larger.
COMPS - Complementary gifts that are given by the casino for free in order to entice players to gamble. Such gifts may be free rooms, beverage, food and etc.
CRACK THE NUT - To win money to cover your losses and generating good profit.
CROSSROADER - A cheater.
CROUPIER - French word. It means dealer and it is used in baccarat and roulette.
CUT - When the dealer divides a deck of cards into 2 parts and inverts them.
CUT CARD - A card of different colour, red or black, that is used to cut a deck of cards.