Casino Lingo: Camouflage


A gambler’s “camouflage” refers to anything he or she does to try and conceal his or her activities from the casino. It could be wearing disguises, acting drunk or mixing up a play to resemble the traits of other bettors. A great example of using camouflage is in the book Bringing Down the House : The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas
for Millions
by Ben Mezrich.

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