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    • 49s

    • 49s Limited is a lottery company based in London, UK, which operates the 49's draw, Irish Lotto Bet, Rapido, and virtual horse and greyhound racing. The organization was formed in 1996 as a response to the launch of the UK National Lottery which started the previous year. 49's Limited is funded by LBO's who subscribe ... Read »


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    • Admiral (gambling)

    • Admiral is a British gambling company, with high street venues and gambling websites. It is a subsidiary of Luxury Leisure (previously known as Nobles), which is owned in turn by Novomatic. Admiral have more than 1,500 outlets worldwide, including over 60 casinos. In 2015, Luxury Leisure bought Brian Newton Leisure L ... Read »


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    • Alderney Gambling Control Commission

    • Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) was established in May 2000. The Commission is independent and non political, and regulates eGambling on behalf of the States of Alderney. The Commission ensures that its regulatory and supervisory approach meets the very highest of international standards. The mission of AGC ... Read »


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    • Always Hot

    • Always Hot slot is a video slot machine game that is played by online casino players in Europe. The basic goal of the game is for the player to hit many points and win much cash at the end. Always Hot was developed and released by the Novomatic company in 2013. Always Hot is a classic slot featuring 3 reels, 5 payline ... Read »


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    • AutoLotto

    • AutoLotto is an online mobile lottery ticket management system and social network for lottery players. The startup has created a mobile app that lets users play and redeem lottery tickets all on their smartphones. The app, which has more than 460,000 users today, operates Mega Millions and State Lottery Results, in add ... Read »


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    • Big Catch (slot machine)


    • Blackjack Forum

    • Blackjack Forum was a trade journal for professional blackjack players, founded in 1981 and published by noted blackjack author Arnold Snyder. Originally a 100-page quarterly journal, it expanded into an online forum which is frequented by professional gamblers, attorneys, industry people, mathematicians and other afic ... Read »


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    • Boxcars (slang)

    • Boxcars, also known as Midnight, is the outcome of rolling the dice in a game of craps and getting a 6 on each die. The pair of 6 pips resembles a pair of boxcars on a freight train. In modern parlance, it refers to such a roll in any game involving 6 sided dice which are marked with pips. The probability of this roll ... Read »


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    • Cadillac Jack

    • Cadillac Jack is a Georgia, US-based gaming company that creates and supplies various types of gambling games as a subsidiary of Amaya Gaming Group. They develop within Class II and Class III gaming markets in the US and Mexico. ... Read »


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    • Cashino

    • Cashino (a portmanteau word combining "cash" and "casino") is a British gambling company, with over 148 high street venues and an online presence. It is part of Praesepe Holdings L.t.d., which is in turn owned by the German gaming and gambling company Gauselmann. In April 2014, it was announced that Simon Gudgeon had ... Read »


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    • Casinos Austria

    • Casinos Austria, formed in 1967 and based in Austria, is a gaming corporation that owns and operates casinos around the globe. It is one of the largest casino operators in the world. Casinos Austria together with its partners operate in about 40 land-based casinos in 16 countries, 8 shipboard casinos, 15 slot parlors, ... Read »


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    • Charity gambling

    • Charity gambling is a "form of incentivized giving" where a charity (or a group of charities), rather than a municipality or private casino, oversees gambling activities such as bingo, roulette, lottery, and slot machines and uses the proceeds to further its charitable aims. Charity lotteries tend to: As a form o ... Read »


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    • Cleopatra (slot machine)


    • Clermont Set

    • The Clermont Set was an exclusive group of rich British gamblers who met at the Clermont Club at 44 Berkeley Square, in London's fashionable Mayfair district now located at 27–28 Curzon Street and called Aspinall's. It was the first London casino opened by John Aspinall after he received a gaming licence under Bri ... Read »


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    • Jay Cohen

    • Jay Cohen (born 1968) is the cofounder and CEO of World Sports Exchange (WSEX), an online gambling company from 1996 until July 24, 2000, when he was the first United States citizen to be convicted in US Federal Court for violation of the Federal Wire Act for operating an online gambling company from a jurisdiction whe ... Read »


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    • Daily Grand

    • Daily Grand is a Canadian lottery game coordinated by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation, as one of the country's three national lottery games, alongside Lotto 6/49 and Lotto Max. Sales began on October 18, 2016, and the first draw was held on October 20, 2016. The game will not be launched in Atlantic Canada unti ... Read »


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    • Double or nothing

    • Double or nothing (UK often Double or quits) is a gamble to decide whether a loss or debt should be doubled or cancelled, if your opponent wants to play double or nothing you decide whether you want to play or not. It refers to the potential outcome in a betting situation where the winner risks what has been won for a ... Read »


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    • En prison

    • In roulette, the en prison rule is an opportunity to recover one's stakes after a spin of zero, provided one's bet was even-odds (i.e. high–low, even–odd, red–black). It is a variant of the la partage rule, in which a player loses only half his even-odds stake if the original spin is a zero, recouping th ... Read »


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    • Eurofootball

    • Eurofootball (Bulgarian: Еврофутбол, Evrofutbol) is the first private Bulgarian bookmaker, as well as the country's largest. It began operating on 6 October 1990 and was officially registered in 1993, officially receiving a license on 20 October the same year. The first nationwide draw was ... Read »


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    • Finland's Slot Machine Association


    • Gambling in Thailand

    • Gambling, other than betting on horseraces or the government-sponsored Thai lottery, is prohibited in Thailand. The prohibition dates back to the Gambling Act 1935. The Playing Cards Act prohibits private ownership of more than 120 playing cards without approval of the government. Nevertheless, illegal gambling in casi ... Read »


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    • Gambling in the Philippines

    • Gambling in the Philippines is generally restricted by government laws. Illegal forms of gambling include jueteng, masiao and last two. Street games such as Bingo, Tong-its, and Pusoy Dos are also considered part of gambling. There are no laws prohibiting online gambling in particular, therefore legal. On his first ca ... Read »


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    • Gaming Control Commission Ontario

    • The Gaming Control Commission of Ontario was an agency responsible for gaming in Ontario. In 1996, it was replaced by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario with the passage of the Alcohol and Gaming Regulation and Public Protection Act (Ontario). The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) regulates the ... Read »


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    • Gaming Hall of Fame

    • The Gaming Hall of Fame was established in 1989 to recognize individuals who have played a significant role in the gaming-entertainment industry. The Gaming Hall of Fame Charity Gala is an annual event organized by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and its members to honor achievements in industry leadership and e ... Read »


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    • Gaming law

    • Gaming law is the set of rules and regulations that apply to the gaming or gambling industry. Gaming law is not a branch of law in the traditional sense but rather is a collection of several areas of law that include criminal law, regulatory law, constitutional law, administrative law, company law, contract law, and in ... Read »


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    • Gauselmann

    • Gauselmann is a German gaming and gambling company founded by Paul Gauselmann. In autumn 2012, it acquired the British company Praesepe, headed by Nick Harding. ... Read »


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    • Getting out stakes

    • The Getting out stakes is a slang term in British and Irish horse race betting, referring to the last race of the day. Gamblers who have not won money on other races try to recoup or reduce their losses by betting on the last race at long odds. Although mostly a slang term, bookmakers themselves have named races as su ... Read »


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    • Global Gaming Expo

    • Global Gaming Expo (G2E) is an annual gaming trade show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Organized by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and Reed Exhibitions, G2E made its debut in fall 2001, defining itself as the preeminent show for the gaming-entertainment industry. G2E showcases 600+ exhibitors, 100+ conference se ... Read »


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    • Golden Sevens


    • Hand pay

    • A hand pay (or handpay) is a condition where a slot machine cannot pay the patron in the typical manner, requiring the casino staff (such as the floor attendant or cashier) to pay the customer out manually (i.e. by hand). In casinos which use coin in, coin out systems, a hand pay may be caused by a coin jam, inadequat ... Read »


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    • The Hot Shoe

    • The Hot Shoe is a 2005 documentary film which also reveals the history and development of card counting. Director David Layton interviewed current and former card counters, including members of the MIT Blackjack Team, casino employees and gambling authors and combined it with behind-the-scenes footage of casino surveil ... Read »


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    • How to Win Millions Playing Slot Machines...or Lose Trying

    • How to Win Millions Playing Slot Machines...or Lose Trying is a book with a satirical view of slot machines, written by Frank Legato and published in July, 2004 by Bonus Books. This book is a humorous look at slot machines but it does not mean that the author tries to speak about this game and its players as being unin ... Read »


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    • Hrvatska Lutrija

    • Hrvatska Lutrija (English: Croatian Lottery) is the national lottery of Croatia. In 1951 was established as the Directorate for Croatia (Croatian: Direkcija za Hrvatsku), which was a part of the Yugoslav Lottery. In 1973 it became independent organization for the Croatian lottery, although remained part of the Busine ... Read »


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    • Joker Strong (slot machine)

    • Joker Strong is casino slot machine which has an online version that can be played for free or for money. It features Joker, fruits and other symbols. Joker Strong was developed and released by the Kajot Casino company. Joker Strong is a 5-reel and 5-payline slot game. ... Read »


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    • David Jung

    • David Jung is the founder and CEO of Hero Poker. Jung was the Regional Director Marketing of PokerStars Asia from late 2008 until early 2010. ... Read »


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    • Michael Kent

    • Michael Kent was one of two founders of the Computer Group which used a statistics based sports betting to predict the outcome of college football. The group reportedly made millions each season. According to figures compiled at the time by Michael Kent, the Computer Group in 1983-84 earned almost $5 million from wager ... 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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    • Le multicolore

    • Le multicolore is a game of chance from France and Catalonia that features characteristics of both roulette and bagatelle. In the game, a ball is rolled into a basin-shaped wheel, which is divided into twenty-five shallow cups. Each cup is assigned one of five colours, with a value ascribed. The game consists in predic ... Read »


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    • Lord of the Ocean (slot machine)


    • Lottery games with a lifetime prize

    • Lottery games with "lifetime" prizes, known by names including Cash4Life, Lucky for Life, and Win for Life, comprise two types of United States lottery games in which the top prize is advertised as a lifetime annuity; unlike annuities with a fixed period (such as 25 years), lifetime annuities often pay (sometimes for d ... Read »


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    • Maryland Racing Commission

    • The Maryland Racing Commission is the official governing body that oversees the horse racing and off-track betting in Maryland. Based in Towson, Maryland, it was formed on 1920. The commission operates under Title 11, Business Regulation, Annotated Code of Maryland, Horse Racing. and operated the following sub-committ ... Read »


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    • Match 4 (Washington's Lottery)


    • Charles K. McNeil

    • Charles Kline McNeil (16 August 1903 – 7 April 1981) is the inventor of the point spread in sports gambling. McNeil earned a Master's Degree from the University of Chicago. He then taught math at the Riverdale Country School in New York and in Connecticut. His students included John F. Kennedy. He was also a se ... Read »


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    • MegaHits

    • MegaHits is a video lottery terminal (VLT) multiple-progressive jackpot game that began on July 15, 2011. MegaHits replaced Cashola, which was offered from July 2006 to May 15, 2011. Cashola was offered at lottery-run casinos in Delaware, Rhode Island, and West Virginia; the same three lotteries take part in MegaHits. ... Read »


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    • Mikohn Gaming

    • Mikohn Gaming is a former manufacturer of slot machines with a skill element in their bonus round. The Group's principal activity was to develop, manufacture and market branded slot machine and table games, gaming machines, gaming products including signage and progressive jackpot systems. Mikohn was purchased by Prog ... Read »


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    • Millî Piyango Ä°daresi


    • National Anti-Gambling League

    • The National Anti-Gambling League (NAGL) was a British campaigning organization founded in 1890 by F. A. Atkins. The aims of the NAGL were laid out in its journal, the Bulletin of the National Anti-Gambling League: Nothing less than the reformation of England as regards the particular vice against which our efforts ar ... Read »


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    • New York State Gaming Commission

    • The New York State Gaming Commission is the official governing body that oversees the lottery, horse racing, charitable gaming, casino gaming and video lottery terminals in New York State. Based in Schenectady, it was formed on February 1, 2013, upon the merger of the New York State Racing and Wagering Board and the Ne ... Read »


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    • Novomatic

    • Novomatic is an international gambling company, founded by the billionaire Johann Graf in 1980. For the year 2012, total revenue was Euro 3.2 billion, and profit was Euro 359 million. The company has offices in 43 countries and also operate casinos, including in locations such as Berlin and Santiago, Chile. The ... 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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    • Over–under


    • Praesepe (company)

    • Paresepe is a British bingo, arcade gaming and gambling company formed in 2007. It owns the high street gambling arcade chain Cashino. Praesepe was founded in October 2007 by Nick Harding and the private equity firm Marwyn Partners. In autumn 2012, Paresepe became a subsidiary of Gauselmann, the German gaming and gam ... Read »


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    • PayDay (lottery)

    • PayDay was a lottery game administered by several regions of Canada. The game draws four numbers from 1 through 77. Each ticket contains 15 sets of numbers. Their distribution is located in the table below. The last PayDay draw in Ontario was held on June 10, 2010, and the last draw held by the Western Canada Lottery ... Read »


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    • Petits-Chevaux

    • Petits-Chevaux, French for "little horses", is a gambling game played with a mechanical device consisting of a board perforated with a number of concentric circular slits, in which revolve, each independently on its own axis, figures of jockeys on horseback, distinguished by numbers or colors. The bystanders having sta ... Read »


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    • Power Stars (slot machine)

    • Power Stars is casino slot machine, that has an online version, which can be played for free or for real money. Power Stars is a simple themed slot machine game that features classic fruit symbols. Power Stars was developed and released by the Novomatic company in 2013. Power Stars is a 5-reel and 10-payline slot mach ... Read »


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    • Provably fair

    • In online gambling provably fair describes an algorithm which can be analyzed and verified for fairness on the part of the service operator. Provably fair algorithms are often used in the operation of an online casino. In a provably fair gambling system, a player places bets on games offered by the service operator. T ... Read »


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    • Rake race

    • A Rake race is a competition to generate more rake than other players on a particular online poker site in a given timeframe. Points are allocated to participants in a rake race depending on either the number of hands a player rakes (in a raked hand race), or the value of the rake from the hands which the player has pl ... Read »


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    • Rocky (slot machine)

    • Rocky is casino slot machine, that has an online version, which can be played for free. Rocky is primarily based on action movie star Sylvester Stallone's popular action movie series. Rocky Balboa is a title character of Rocky slot machine game. Rocky was developed and released by the Playtech company. Rocky slot mach ... Read »


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    • Sizzling 6

    • Sizzling 6 is casino slot machine, that has an online version, which can be played for free. Sizzling 6 is a mixture of retro and modern themed slot machine game. Sizzling 6 was developed and released by the Novomatic company in 2015. Sizzling 6 a six-reel and five-payline slot machine. ... Read »


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    • Snake eyes

    • In gambling in general and the game of Craps in particular, snake eyes is the outcome of rolling the dice in a game and getting only one pip on each die. The pair of pips resembles a pair of eyes, which is appended to the word snake because of the creature's long-standing association with treachery and betrayal. The di ... Read »


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    • South Carolina Education Lottery

    • The South Carolina Education Lottery (SCEL) began in 2002. South Carolina is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), best known for Powerball. Like most US lotteries, on January 31, 2010, it participated in the cross-sell lottery expansion, adding Mega Millions. SCEL-only games consist of Pick 3, Pick ... Read »


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    • Spinning Stars (slot machine)


    • Starting price

    • In horse racing, the starting price (SP) is the odds prevailing on a particular horse in the on-course fixed-odds betting market at the time a race begins. The method by which SPs are set for each runner varies in different countries but is generally by consensus of an appointed panel on the basis of their observations ... Read »


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    • Straperlo

    • Straperlo was a business which tried to introduce in Spain in the 1930s a fraudulent roulette which could be controlled electrically with the push of a button. The ensuing scandal was one of the causes of the fall of the Republican government and the polarization of the parliament, which led to the Spanish Civil War (1 ... Read »


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    • Strictly Slots

    • Strictly Slots is a monthly magazine aimed at slot machine and video poker players. The magazine was founded in 1998. Strictly Slots is published by the Casino Player Publishing, which also publishes Casino Player magazine. The magazine include articles about the following: history of slot machine, the principle of slo ... Read »


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    • Sucker bet

    • A sucker bet is a gambling wager in which the expected return is significantly lower than the wager(s). Variants include: For example, the chances of correctly guessing the order of the final 3 cards of Faro is usually 1 in 6, yet the bet only pays 4:1 or 5:1. Taking insurance in Blackjack is also often considered a ... Read »


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    • Tipico

    • Tipico Co. Ltd

      Tipico is an international provider of sports betting and casino games based in Saint Julian's in Malta. The company has branches in Germany, Austria, Croatia, Gibraltar and Colombia and Malta. All in all more than 6000 work for Tipico. CEO of Tipico is Joachim Baca. Tipico Co. Ltd and Tipico Casino Ltd were found ... Read »


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    • Tombola (raffle)

    • Tombola is a game which originated in Southern Italy. With the massive Italian emigration of the 19th and 20th centuries, the game was exported abroad, where it took different forms. A variation of the game is a popular form of raffle in the UK and elsewhere. In Italy, a tombola is a traditional board game, first play ... Read »


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    • Virgin Islands Lottery (US)

    • A lottery exists within the United States Virgin Islands, the only US lottery outside the mainland and Puerto Rico. It was established in 1937 and became an independent agency of the territorial government in 1971.[1] The USVI is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). It is the smallest US lottery to o ... Read »


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    • Voluntary Exclusion

    • A Voluntary Exclusion Program (also known as Voluntary Self-Exclusion) is a policy enacted by several U.S. states and/or individual casinos as a method of addressing the issue of addictive and compulsive gambling. Some Canadian provinces such as Manitoba and British Columbia also have similar programs. In areas that h ... Read »


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    • Washington State Gambling Commission

    • Washington State Gambling Commission

      The Washington State Gambling Commission is an agency of the government of the State of Washington, founded in 1973 as the state's gaming control board, which is responsible for enforcing gambling laws and regulations. This organization is the second oldest national agency of such a type. The director of Washington Sta ... Read »


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    • Wholesale odds

    • Wholesale odds are the "real odds" or 100% probability of an event occurring. This 100% book is displayed without any bookmaker's profit margin, often referred to as a bookmaker's "overround" built in. The book price is effectively a measure of the competitiveness of the odds prices on offer. A "wholesale odds" index ... Read »


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    • Will Rogers Downs

    • Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs is a gaming facility and horse racing track located in Claremore, Oklahoma Rogers County, near Tulsa, Oklahoma (east of Claremore, Oklahoma and just east of Justice). The track is owned and operated by the Cherokee Nation. Quarter Horse races are held September through November. Thoro ... Read »


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    • Yo-leven

    • Yo-leven (commonly referred to as Yo) is the outcome of rolling an 11 in the game of craps. The term was coined to prevent confusion with seven, which has a similar sound. The term has been adopted in poker, referring to a bet of 11. Rolling two 6-sided dice 25 times gives a probability of 0.760442 that at least ... Read »


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