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    • Dice games

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    • Acey Deucey (card game)

    • Acey Deucey, also known as In-Between or Sheets, is a simple card game that involves betting. Before the action, each player must add their ante into the pot. Two cards are then dealt face-up to one player. That player then bets from nothing to the amount that is in the pot at the time whether or not the third car ... Read »


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    • Baccarat (card game)

    • Baccarat (/ˈbækəræt/ or /bɑːkəˈrɑː/; French: [bakaʁa]) is a card game played at casinos. There are three popular variants of the game: punto banco (or "North American baccarat"), baccarat chemin de fer (or "chemmy"), and baccarat banque (or "à deux tableaux"). Punto banco is stric ... Read »


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    • Bank (card game)

    • Bank, also known also as "Polish Bank" or "Russian Bank," is a comparing card game. The game requires a standard 52-card deck and five or six players. At the start of the game, each player contributes an arranged stake to the pool. The dealer gives three cards to each player and turns up another; if this is not lower ... Read »


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    • Basset (card game)

    • Basset

      Basset (French bassette, from the Italian bassetta), also known as barbacole and hocca, is a gambling card game that was considered one of the most polite. It was intended for persons of the highest rank because of the great losses or gains that might be accrued by players. According to DELI (Dizionario etimologic ... Read »


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    • Betting pool

    • A betting pool, sports lottery, sweep, or office pool if done at work, is a form of gambling, specifically a variant of parimutuel betting influenced by lotteries, where gamblers pay a fixed price into a pool (from which taxes and a house "take" or "vig" are removed), and then make a selection on an outcome, usually re ... Read »


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    • Biribi

    • Biribi, or cavagnole, a French game of chance similar to Lotto, Lottery, played for low stakes, that was prohibited by law in 1837. It was played on a board on which the numbers 1 to 70 are marked. The players put their stakes on the numbers they wish to back. The banker is provided with a bag from which he draws a cas ... Read »


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    • Blackjack

    • Blackjack

      Blackjack, also known as twenty-one, is the most widely played casino banking game in the world. Blackjack is a comparing card game between a player and dealer, meaning players compete against the dealer but not against other players. It is played with one or more decks of 52 cards. The objective of the game is to beat ... Read »


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    • Bola tangkas

    • Bola tangkas or Indonesian style poker is a casino game using 7 cards to generate the highest card combination. Unlike common poker, Bola tangkas based on five-card draw poker by tossing out 2 other cards. It is played on a computerized console similar in size to a slot machine. Bola tangkas was established throughout ... Read »


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    • Bouillotte

    • Bouillotte

      Bouillotte is an 18th-century French gambling card game of the Revolution based on Brelan, very popular during the 19th century in France and again for some years from 1830. It was also popular in America. The game is regarded as one of the games that influenced the open-card stud variation in poker. It also gave rise ... Read »


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    • Brelan

    • Brelan (O. Fr. brelenc, hence a name for a card player, gambler or the name of the place where the game was played.), is a famous French vying game with rapidly escalating bets from the seventeenth to nineteenth century. The game is quite similar to the game of Bouillotte, but it is not played anymore. The game of ... Read »


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    • Caribbean stud poker

    • Caribbean Stud poker is a casino table game with rules similar to five-card stud poker. However, unlike standard poker games, Caribbean stud is played against the house rather than against other players. There is no bluffing or other deception. Caribbean Stud Poker is a registered trademark owned by SHFL entertainment, ... Read »


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    • Casino War

    • Casino War is a registered trademark owned by SHFL entertainment, Inc., formerly, Shuffle Master, Inc. used in connection with a casino card game based on the game of War. The game is one of the most easily understood casino card games, and is one of the only card games where players can beat the dealer more than 50% o ... Read »


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    • Cockroach racing

    • Cockroach racing, the racing of cockroaches, is a club gambling activity which started in 1982 at the Story Bridge Hotel in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The event is held on 26 January, Australia Day, and is given the title "Australia Day Cockroach Races". This type of racing has spread to many parts of the world i ... Read »


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    • Commerce (card game)

    • Commerce

      Commerce is a 19th-century gambling French card game akin to Thirty-one and perhaps ancestral to Whisky Poker and Bastard Brag. It is said that the wealthy family Brocielski of Poland was the known creator of the game, but around World War I they changed their name to Brociek to disappear from the German army. It aggre ... Read »


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    • Craps

    • Craps is a dice game in which the players make wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other (playing "street craps", also known as "shooting dice" or "rolling dice") or a bank (playing "casino craps", also known as "table craps", or often just "c ... Read »


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    • Crown and Anchor

    • Crown and Anchor is a simple dice game, traditionally played for gambling purposes by sailors in the Royal Navy, and also in the British merchant and fishing fleets. The game originated in the 18th century. It is still popular in the Channel Islands and Bermuda, but is strictly controlled and may be played legally ... Read »


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    • Dead pool

    • A dead pool, also known as a death pool, is a game of prediction which involves guessing when someone will die. Sometimes it is a bet where money is involved. A typical modern dead pool might have players pick out celebrities who they think will die within the year. Most games start on January 1, and run for 12 m ... Read »


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    • Dou dizhu

    • Dou dizhu

      Dou dizhu, (simplified Chinese: 斗地主; traditional Chinese: 鬥地主; pinyin: dòu dizhǔ; Jyutping: dau3 dei6 zyu2; literally: "fighting the landlord") is a card game in the genre of shedding and gambling. It is one of the most popular card games played in China. Dou dizhu is described as e ... Read »


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    • Dreidel

    • A dreidel (Yiddish: דרײדל‎ dreydl plural: dreydlekh,Hebrew: סביבון‎ sevivon) is a four-sided spinning top, played with during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. The dreidel is a Jewish variant on the teetotum, a gambling toy found in many European cultures. Each side of the drei ... Read »


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    • Fafi

    • Fafi or fa-fi (pronounced fah-fee), also known as mo-china, is a form of betting played mainly by black South Africa women, particularly those living in South African Townships, and is believed to have originated with South Africa's Chinese community. This game can also be linked to the Italian lottery which is also ca ... Read »


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    • Fan-Tan

    • Fan-Tan, or fantan (simplified Chinese: 番摊; traditional Chinese: 番攤; pinyin: fāntān, literally "repeated divisions") is a form of gambling game long played in China. It has similarities to roulette. Fan-tan is no longer as popular as it once was, having been replaced by modern casino game ... Read »


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    • Faro (card game)

    • Faro

      Faro, Pharaoh, or Farobank is a late 17th-century French gambling card game. It is descended from basset, and belongs to the lansquenet and Monte Bank family of games due to the use of a banker and several players. Winning or losing occurs when cards turned up by the banker match those already exposed. It is not a dir ... Read »


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    • Four card poker

    • Four card poker is a relatively new casino card game similar to three card poker, invented by Roger Snow and owned by Shuffle Master. The player can place an ante bet or an "Aces Up" bet or both. Five playing cards are dealt to the player, while the dealer is dealt five cards face down and a sixth card face up. Bo ... Read »


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    • Four Color Cards

    • Four Color Cards

      Four Color Cards (Chinese: 四色牌; pinyin: Sì Sè Pái, for other names see the table), is a very popular game of the rummy family of card games, with a relatively long history in China. In Vietnam the equivalent game is known as Tứ sắc. Various companies are still manufacturing Four Color ... Read »


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    • Gilet (card game)

    • Gilet

      Gilet, also Gile, Gillet, is a 16th-century Italian gambling card game which probably antedates the game of Primero. Rabelais, in 1534, gives it pride of place in his list of games played by Gargantua, and Cardano, in 1564, describes it as Geleus, from the word Geleo, meaning "I have it". One of the Italian versio ... Read »


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    • Handgame

    • Handgame, also known as stickgame, is a Native American guessing game. Any number of people can play the Hand Game, but each team (the "hiding" team and the "guessing" team) must have one leader each. The Hand Game is played with two pairs of 'bones', each pair consisting of one plain and one striped bone. Typical ... Read »


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    • Hazard (game)

    • Hazard is an early English game played with two dice; it was mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales in the 14th century. Despite its complicated rules, hazard was very popular in the 17th and 18th centuries and was often played for money. At Crockford's Club in London, hazard was especially popular. In the 1 ... Read »


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    • Hit It Rich!

    • Hit It Rich! is a social network casino game developed by Zynga and available on Facebook. Hit it Rich is a freemium game, meaning that it is free to play, but players have the option of purchasing extra features. An iOS version of Hit it Rich was released and an additional version was launched on Google Play for Andr ... Read »


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    • Julepe

    • Julepe (Spanish: Julepe), (Catalan: Julep, also the variety Xulepe and Gilen.), is a gambling card game of Spanish origin, similar to the English five-card Loo, and best for six players. It spread rapidly across the Spanish-American countries during the 19th century. Julepe is a variant of Tute and one of the many gam ... Read »


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    • Kah

    • Kah is an Apache game described by Geronimo in his 1906 autobiography as told to S. M. Barrett. The game was always played at night, after a feast and dancing were held to celebrate some notable event. It usually involved gambling and was the most popular gambling game among the Apaches. Kah (literally translated as " ... Read »


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    • Keno

    • Keno /kiːnoʊ/ is a lottery-like gambling game often played at modern casinos, and also offered as a game in some lotteries. Players wager by choosing numbers ranging from 1 through (usually) 80. After all players make their wagers, 20 numbers (some variants draw fewer numbers) are drawn at random, either with a ... Read »


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    • Kiu kiu

    • Kiu kiu or qiu qiu is a form of dominoes popular in Indonesia related to pai gow. It may also be referred to as '99 domino poker' It is played using a set of (28) double-six dominoes, which in Indonesia typically take the form of small cards, which are discarded after a few games as they show signs of wear. Players a ... Read »


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    • Kvitlech

    • Kvitlech, also spelled Kvitlach, Quitli or Quitlok, (Yiddish: קוויטלך‎, literally "notes", "slips") is a game similar to blackjack played in some Ashkenazi Jewish homes during the Hanukkah season. Most packs used to play the game consists of 24 cards with identical pairs numbered from 1 to 12. ... Read »


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    • Le Her

    • Le Her is a gambling game that dates back to the 18th century. It is played with a standard deck of 52 cards by two people, designated the dealer and the receiver. King is ranked high and ace low. To play, the dealer gives one card to the receiver and one to the dealer. The receiver may choose to exchange cards with t ... Read »


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    • Madiao

    • Madiao

      Madiao (simplified Chinese: 马吊; traditional Chinese: 馬弔; pinyin: mǎdiào), also Ma Diao, Ma Tiu or Ma Tiao, is a late imperial Chinese trick-taking gambling card game, also known as the game of Paper Tiger. The deck used was recorded by Lu Rong in the 15th century and the rules later by Pan Zhi ... Read »


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    • Mahjong

    • Mahjong

      Mahjong ( listen ), also spelled majiang and numerous other variants, is a tile-based game that originated in China during the Qing dynasty. It is commonly played by four players (with some three-player variations found in South Korea and Japan). The game and its regional variants are widely played throughout Eas ... Read »


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    • Marriage (card game)

    • “Marriage” is a matching card game played with three decks of cards (156 Cards) played in Nepal, Bhutan and Nepali diaspora throughout the world. It is originally thought to have evolved from Indian Rummy (or Paplu), and is based on making sets of three or more matching cards, of the same rank (Trials), of th ... Read »


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    • Mini-Baccarat

    • Mini-Baccarat is a smaller, lower-stakes version of Punto banco Baccarat. Mini-Baccarat is different in that it is generally lower limits than baccarat. It is also different in that the player does not get to pick up the cards, and the fact that the table is smaller in size. Mini-Baccarat is popular in many casinos, es ... Read »


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    • Moccasin game

    • The Moccasin Game is a gambling game once played by most Native American tribes in North America. In the game, one player hides an object (traditionally a pebble, but more recently sometimes an old bullet or a ball) in one of several moccasins, but in such a way that the other player cannot easily see which moccasin it ... Read »


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    • Monte Bank

    • Monte Bank

      Monte Bank, Mountebank, Spanish Monte and Mexican Monte, sometimes just Monte, is a Spanish gambling card game and was known in the 19th century as the national card game of Mexico. It ultimately derives from basset, where the banker (dealer) pays on matching cards. The term "monte" has also been used for a variety of ... Read »


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    • Oicho-Kabu

    • Oicho-Kabu (おいちょかぶ?) is a traditional Japanese card game that is similar to Baccarat. It is typically played with special kabufuda cards. A hanafuda deck can also be used, if the last two months are discarded. (Western playing cards can be used if the face cards are removed from the deck a ... Read »


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    • Pai gow

    • Pai gow (Chinese: 牌九; pinyin: pái jiǔ; jyutping: paai4 gau2) is a Chinese gambling game, played with a set of 32 Chinese dominoes. It is played in major casinos in China (including Macau); the United States (including Las Vegas, Nevada; Reno, Nevada; Connecticut; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Pennsylvania; ... Read »


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    • Panguingue

    • Panguingue

      Panguingue (pronounced pan-geen-eee), Tagalog Pangginggí, also known as Pan, is a 19th-century gambling card game probably of Philippine origin similar to rummy, first described in America in 1905. It used to be particularly popular in Las Vegas and other casinos in the American southwest. Its popularity has been wa ... Read »


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    • Pinball

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      Pinball is a type of arcade game, in which points are scored by a player manipulating one or more steel balls on a play field inside a glass-covered cabinet called a pinball machine (or pinball table). The primary objective of the game is to score as many points as possible. Many modern pinball machines include a story ... Read »


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    • Poker

    • Poker is a family of gambling card games, but is often considered a skill based game. All poker variants involve betting as an intrinsic part of play, and determine the winner of each hand according to the combinations of players' cards, at least some of which remain hidden until the end of the hand. Poker games vary i ... Read »


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    • Primero

    • Primero

      Primero (also called primus, prime, or primiera), is a 16th-century gambling card game of which the earliest reference dates back to 1526. It has been described as "poker's mother", as it is the first confirmed version of a game directly related to modern-day poker. Primero is closely related to the game of primo visto ... Read »


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    • Pusoy dos

    • Pusoy dos (or Filipino poker, also known as chikicha or sikitcha), a variation of big two, is a popular type of "shedding" card game with origins in the Philippines. The object of the game is to be the first to discard one's hand by playing them to the table. If one cannot be first to play all cards, then the aim is to ... Read »


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    • Quinze

    • Quinze

      Quinze, Quince, also known as Ace-low, is a 17th-century French card game of Spanish origin that was much patronized in some parts of Europe. It is considered a forerunner of the French Vingt-et-un, a game very popular at the court of Louis XV, and also a two-player simplification of the modern game of Blackjack. ... Read »


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    • Roulette

    • Roulette is a casino game named after the French word meaning little wheel. In the game, players may choose to place bets on either a single number or a range of numbers, the colors red or black, or whether the number is odd or even. To determine the winning number and color, a croupier spins a wheel in one direction, ... Read »


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    • Sigma Derby

    • Sigma Derby is an electro-mechanical horse race used for gambling manufactured by Japanese manufacturer Sigma Game Inc. and introduced in 1985. Up to ten players can buy in with quarters and place bets on the five horses; a quinella of two horses in any order pays out according to the odds. The house has roughly a 10-2 ... Read »


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    • Skilo

    • Skilo is a game, similar to bingo, where the player pays a fee and throws a small rubber ball into a container divided into numbered sections for the chance to win money. The game and games like it are illegal in Massachusetts (unless run by the state lottery). Although briefly made illegal in 1953 in New Jersey, a 196 ... Read »


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    • Slahal

    • Slahal (or Lahal) is a gambling game of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast, also known as stickgame, bonegame, bloodless war game, handgame, or a name specific to each language. It is played throughout the western United States and Canada by indigenous peoples. Traditionally, the game uses the shin b ... Read »


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    • Speculation (card game)

    • Speculation is a simple gambling card game that was popular in the late 18th century and early 19th century. To hold the highest trump card when all cards in play have been revealed. The dealer antes six. The other players each ante four. The dealer gives each player three cards, face down. One additional card i ... Read »


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    • Spoof (game)

    • Spoof is a strategy game, typically played as a gambling game, often in bars and pubs where the loser buys the other participants a round of drinks. The exact origin of the game is unknown, but one scholarly paper addressed it, and more general n-coin games, in 1959. It is an example of a zero-sum game. The version wit ... Read »


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    • Stuss

    • Stuss or Jewish Faro is a card game, a variant of faro. In this version (played in house games, back rooms, and saloons) the cards are dealt from the dealer's hand, not from a shoe. Also, the house won all the money when drawing two equal cards, as opposed to half in traditional faro. This greatly increased the house a ... Read »


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    • Texas Shootout

    • Texas Shootout is a casino poker game based on Texas hold 'em developed by Galaxy Gaming. It is available in Las Vegas, and a number of smaller casinos in the U.S. The game is played with six decks of the standard 52 cards. A player places a bet and can also make an optional side bet. The player receives four card ... Read »


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    • Three card brag

    • Three-card brag

      Three-card brag is a 16th-century British card game, and the British national representative of the vying or "bluffing" family of gambling games. Brag is a direct descendant of the Elizabethan game of Primero and one of the several ancestors to poker, just varying in betting style and hand rankings. A variant of the g ... Read »


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    • Three card poker

    • Three card poker is a casino table game based on poker. It is the most profitable proprietary table game ever when measured by win generated for casinos or by revenue generated for the rights owners. The casino variant of Three Card Poker was first "invented" by Derek Webb in 1994. He had a vision for a game that ... Read »


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    • Tip jar gaming

    • A tip jar is a game similar to a raffle. Players buy folded or sealed pieces of paper dealt from large glass jars in hopes of winning prizes. The pieces of paper conceal numbers or symbols that may entitle the purchaser to winnings immediately after opening the ticket. Tip jars were named at a time when the betting sli ... Read »


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    • Tippen

    • Tippen, also known as Dreiblatt or Zwicken, is a historical German 3-card plain-trick game and was a popular gambling game for three or more players. In Denmark essentially the same game was known as Trekort. The game was described in 19th century anthologies and encyclopedias but appears related to Loo, which was alr ... Read »


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    • Tong-its

    • Tong-its is a 3 player rummy type of game that gained popularity in the 1990s in Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines. This game is played using the standard deck of 52 cards. Its origin remains unknown but the game rules and the very name can be associated with the American card game, Tonk, and also share its ... Read »


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    • Trente et Quarante

    • Trente et Quarante (Thirty and Forty), also called Rouge et Noir (Red and Black), is a 17th-century gambling card game of French origin played with cards and a special table. It is rarely found in US casinos, but still very popular in Continental Europe casinos, and one of the two games played in the gambling rooms at ... Read »


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    • Two-up

    • Two-up is a traditional Australian gambling game, involving a designated "spinner" throwing two coins or pennies into the air. Players gamble on whether the coins will fall with both heads (obverse) up, both tails (reverse) up, or with one coin a head and one a tail (known as "odds"). It is traditionally played on Anza ... Read »


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