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Every combination of the dice has its own list of stick calls. What did he just say, you ask? Barber Pole: A stack of chips of different denominations. Sleeper: A bet that continues to parlay up because the owner of the bet has left the table or is not paying attention. Duke or Duker: Big money or a big money player. Three : Three craps, ace-deuce, ace caught a deuce, the indicator precursor to the eleven rolling , the Yo down under. Apron: The outside perimeter of the table layout. The stick person might push a selection of dice over to her and say something like this: Pick a pair and put them in the air and please hit the alligator on the other end. Choppy: A table that is neither hot nor cold. Stroker: A player who hustles bets at the table or makes it difficult for the dealers to service the table by picking up other players winnings. Coolers: Cold dice switched into the game to end a hot streak. A warning shouted by both players and dealers advising other players and late bettors that the dice are out and their hands should be up and out of the way of the dice. Here are some of the more popular ones: Two: Two craps, aces, snake eyes, two bad boys from Illinois.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Juice: Vigorish or commission paid on certain wagers. Lock it up: Dealer jargon for picking up a l oose gaming chip. Eye in the sky: Surveillance video or live monitoring of the game. Front money is used instead of casino credit. And since language is a living thing that change and evolves over the years, no one person can ever teach you to be fluent in it. Capping: Illegally adding chips to the top of an original bet after the decision has been made. Also known as a starter. High Roller: A bettor who wagers large sums of money. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The first time you step up to a craps table you may feel like you have entered a foreign land β€” a place where people speak in a language that only they understand. Two: Two craps, aces, snake eyes, two bad boys from Illinois. Front money: Money deposited in advance at the casino cage that the player intends to draw markers against. Stiff: A player who never tokes or tips the dealers. Crossroader: A casino cheat. Buffalo Crap: A prop bet on the hardways plus any craps. Here are some of the more popular ones:. Some basic calls that are used over and over again and is universal to the game. There are literally thousands of one-liners like that used on the dice table. Hook: The player position at the curved end of the table. Buffalo: A prop bet on the hardways plus and any seven. Ten: Big dick, the big one on the end, puppy paws, a pair of sunflowers. Call Bet: Verbal bets made without the use of chips. Gutted: Losing all of your bankroll within minutes of buying in. Twitter Facebook Dribbble. Midnight: A one-roll proposition wager on the twelve craps. Shill: A casino employee who plays house money by specific rules to help start a game. Lump: Slang for a dealer who has trouble servicing heavy table action. The stick person, the guy or gal who does most of the talking for the house, fulfills the roll of a carnival barker, hawking the high vig bets on the table. Marker: A counter-check used to draw funds against an established line of casino credit. Imagine a new player stepping up to the game and wanting to shoot the dice. Color up: Exchanging smaller denomination chips for larger denomination chips at the end of a session. Six: Corner red, the national average, Sixie from Dixie. Action: The total of all your wagers in play. Tapping in: A dealer returning from break taps the stickman on the shoulder and takes over at stick, while the stickman rotates to one of the dealer positions and another dealer goes on break. Boys: The dealers. Down: Instructions to the dealer to return your bets to you. Two-way wager: A multi-unit bet made for the player and the dealer. Highway 61 in Mississippi runs through the casino hubs at Tunica and Robinsonville. George: A player who consistently tokes or tips the dealers. Hand-in: A dealer toke or tip handed in to be dropped in the tip box as opposed to being wagered for the boys. Five: No-field five, thirty-two juice after O. Floorman: A casino employee who works the pit, oversees several tables, tracks players betting levels and authorizes player credit and comps. Box Numbers: Numbers that can be established as a point or place bet. Hop bet: A one roll wager on a specific combination of the dice. Tub: A mini-craps table. Downtown Odds: Better odds on may of the prop bets offered by Downtown Las Vegas casinos as an enticement to get more players to gamble there. Lammer: Plastic coin-like markers that are placed on Buy and Lay bets. Break in: New dealers. Four: Little Joe, Little Joe from Kokomo, the ballerina hit us in the tutu, ace- trey the country way. Boxman: The lowest level of management in the craps pit, this is the tables supervisor who sits between the dealers and guards the tables bankroll. Inside numbers: On the craps layout, the 5, 6, 8, and 9 box numbers. But the slang of the game goes way beyond calling the numbers. Hedge: A combination of two or more wagers made in an attempt to insure one or the other and reduce the possibility of loss. Hit a brick: A stickman call when the dice hit a stack of gaming chips or some other object on the table. Garden: Slang for the Field. Cocked dice: A die or dice that end up leaning against a wall, chip or other object on the table. He told the player to pick up two dice and toss them against the diamond rubber on the wall at the end of the table. Twelve: Twelve craps, boxcars, midnight, all the spots we got, outstanding in your field. Just look at the layout. Whip shot: a toss utilized by dice mechanics to keep the dice spinning on a vertical axis without turning over. Craps Terminology.