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bourré - : For the town in France, see Bourré, Loir-et-Cher; for the dance and its music, see Bourrée.

Bourré (also commonly known as Bouré and Boo-Ray ) is a trick-taking gambling card game primarily played in the Acadiana region of Louisiana in the United States of America. The game's closest relatives are probably Spades and Euchre; like many regional games, Bourré sports a large number of variant rules for both gameplay and betting considerations. Learn more about bourré...

roulette -
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Roulette is a casino and gambling game named after the French word meaning "small wheel". In the game a croupier spins a wheel in one direction, then spins a ball in the opposite direction around a tilted circular surface running around the circumference of the wheel. The ball eventually falls on to the wheel and into one of 37 (in European Roulette) or 38 (in American Roulette) colored and numbered pockets on the wheel. Learn more about roulette...

thirty-one - 31 ( thirty-one ) is the natural number following 30 and preceding 32.

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Factorization prime

Divisors 1, 31

Roman numeral XXXI

Binary 11111

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primero - Primero was a popular 16th-century gambling card game. Thought to have been invented in the late 15th century in Italy. It soon spread to most of western Europe and was one of the most popular card games in England.

By the eighteenth century the game had fallen out of popularity, and due to the exact rules never having been written down it is not known precisely how the game was played. However a number of reconstructions of the game have been made, primarily on the basis of books describing playing strategy and references in period literature. Learn more about primero...

acey deucey - Acey-deucey is a variant of backgammon, which features a differing starting position, opening play, and rules for the endgame and the use of the doubling cube. Because checkers may be retained in one's opponent's home board, the game offers substantial opportunities for backgame play. Learn more about acey deucey...

3-card poker - Three card poker (trademark name) or tricard poker is a poker-based game that is played in American casinos. It actually consists of two separate games, pairplus and ante-and-play . The players can choose to play either or both of the games. Learn more about 3-card poker...

red dog - Red Dog , also known as Red Dog Poker or Yablon , is a game of chance played with cards. It is a variation of acey-duecey or in-between. While found in some land casinos, its popularity has declined, although it is featured at many casinos online. Learn more about red dog...

blackjack switch - Blackjack Switch is a variant of blackjack in which a player is dealt two hands and is allowed to swap the top two cards between hands. For example, if the player is dealt 10-5 and 6-10, then the player can swap the top two cards of each hand to make hands of 10-10 and 6-5. Natural blackjacks are paid 1:1 instead of the standard 3:2, and a dealer 22 is a push. Learn more about blackjack switch...

teen patti - Teen patti ("Three Cards" in English) is a gambling card game that originated in India and became popular in South East Asia. It is similar to poker and uses three cards.

Set of Rules for Teen Patti:
Betting Process:

The player to the left of the dealer begins the betting process and as the dealer rotates so does the order of betting. Learn more about teen patti...

blind hookey - Blind Hookey is a card game played with a full pack of cards, sometimes used for the purpose of gambling.

The players, of whom there may be any number, cut for deal, the lowest having the preference. The pack is then shuffled by the player on the dealer's right hand, and afterwards, if he so please, by the dealer himself, after which it is cut by the right-hand player. The two halves are then re-united, and the pack is passed to the player on the left of the dealer, who cuts from the top a small quantity of cards (not less than four, nor more than his due proportion of the pack). The pack is then passed to the next player, who cuts a similar portion, and so on round the circle, the cards left belonging to the dealer. No one looks at his cards, but makes his stake on pure speculation; hence the name "blind" hookey. The dealer then turns up his cards, and shows the bottom one; the other players do the same. Each player holding a higher card than that of the dealer receives the amount of his stake; all below or equal pay the dealer. This is repeated until a hand occurs in which the dealer is a loser all round, when the deal is at an end, and the next player deals. Learn more about blind hookey...

gambling -
(Picture) Caravaggio, The Cardsharps , c. 1594.
The term gambling has had many different meanings depending on the cultural and historical context in which it is used. Currently, in Western societies, it has an economic definition, referring to "wagering money or something of material value on an event with an uncertain outcome with the primary intent of winning additional money and/or material goods". Typically the outcome of the wager is evident within a short period of time. Learn more about gambling...

craps -
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Craps (previously known as crabshttp://dictionary.reference.com/browse/craps) is a casino dice game. Craps is a simplification of the Old English game hazard. Its origins are complex and may date to the Crusades, later being influenced by French gamblers. What was to become the modern American version of the game was brought to New Orleans by Bernard Xavier Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville, scion of wealthy Louisiana landowners and a gambler and politician. Bridges The game, first known as crapaud reportedly owes its modern popularity from its being spread through the African-American community _ Asbury_ . Learn more about craps...

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 (and, like most such games, it cannot be beaten in the long run). There is no bluffing or other deception. For these reasons, most poker players do not consider it to be a form of poker. (They do not necessarily feel that it should not be called poker, but means merely that they will not refer to it as simply "poker". For instance, a gambler might say "I played poker" if he played seven card stud, but probably would not if he played Caribbean stud.) Learn more about caribbean stud poker...

texas hold 'em -
Picture of Texas hold 'em involves community cards available to all players (pictured here on the left).

Texas hold 'em (also hold'em , holdem ) is the most popular poker variant played in casinos in the United States. "15stud" In contrast to poker games like stud or draw where each player holds an individual hand, hold is a community card game where each player may use any combination of the five community cards and their own two hole cards to make a poker hand. Learn more about texas hold 'em...

poker -
(Picture) A game of Texas hold 'em in progress. "Hold 'em" is currently the most popular form of poker due its prevalence in globally televised tournaments.
Poker is a popular type of card game in which players gamble on the superior value of the card combination ("hand") in their possession, by placing a bet into a central pot.
The winner is the one who holds the hand with the highest value according to an established hand rankings heirarchy, or otherwise the player who remains "in the hand" after all others have folded (the player who makes an un-called bet. ). Learn more about poker...

liar's poker - Liar's poker is a bar game that combines statistical reasoning with bluffing, and is played with the eight-digit serial number on a dollar bill. Normally the game is played with a stack of random bills obtained from the cash register. The object is to make the highest bid of a number that does not exceed the combined total held by all the players. The numbers are usually ranked in the following order: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0(10)and 1(Ace). If the first player bids three 6's, he is predicting there are at least three 6's among all the players, including himself. The next player can bid a higher number at that level (three 7's), any number at a higher level (four 5's) or challenge. The end of the game is reached when a player makes a bid that is challenged all around. If the bid is successful, he wins a dollar from each of the other players, but if the bid is unsuccessful, he loses a dollar to each of the other players. Learn more about liar's poker...

blackjack -
Picture of Blackjack, The face cards (Jack, Queen, and King) and the ten count as 10 points, and the Ace counts as 1 or 11.

Blackjack is one of the most popular casino card games in the world.

Much of blackjack's popularity is due to the mix of chance with elements of skill, and the publicity that surrounds card counting (keeping track of which cards have been played since the last shuffle). Blackjack's precursor was vingt-et-un ("twenty-one"), which originated in French casinos around 1700, and did not offer the 3:2 bonus for a two-card 21. Learn more about blackjack...

baccarat - Baccarat is a gambling card game. It is believed to have been introduced into France from Italy during the reign of Charles VIII of France (ruled 1483-1498), and it is similar to Faro and to Basset. There are three accepted variants of the game: baccarat chemin de fer (railway), baccarat banque (or a deux tableaux), and punto banco (or North American baccarat ). Punto banco is strictly a game of chance, with no skill or strategy involved; each player's moves are forced by the cards the player is dealt. In baccarat chemin de fer and baccarat banque , by contrast, both players can make choices, which allows skill to play a large part. Learn more about baccarat...

casino war - Casino war is a casino card game based on the children's game of War. The game is arguably one of the most easily understood casino card games, but it also has a relatively large house edge compared to other games.

The game is normally played with six standard 52 card decks. The cards are ranked in the same way that cards in poker games are ranked, except that aces are always high. Learn more about casino war...

bingo - Bingo may refer to:

casino -
(Picture) The Las Vegas Strip has one of the world's highest concentrations of casino resort hotels.
A casino is a facility that accommodates certain types of gambling activities. Casinos are often placed near or combined with hotels, restaurants, retail shopping, cruise ships and other vacation attractions. Some casinos are known for hosting live entertainment events, such as concerts and sporting events. Worldwide there are about 4750 casinos. Learn more about casino...

three card brag - Three card brag is a unique British card game which is similar to poker but varies in betting style and hand rankings. Three card brag was played in the movie Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels directed by Guy Ritchie, where it was played without table stakes. Learn more about three card brag...

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