An establishment one solicits in order to "buck", which is a San Francisco term for fucking Asian prostitutes. Buck Houses are plentiful in San Francisco, where for $200 you will get rubbed, tugged, suckled, and eventually perform stinkfish penetration.
The women at buck houses are generally Vietnamese indentured slave servants who are permanently confined to the buck houses they work at. As they endure their 23rd buck of the day (which is you), they will stare at the ceiling with lifeless eyes muttering "ohh fuk me babyy... yea yea so good u superman u hurry up and cum now baby" while you heave, ho, grunt, and pummel their red swollen vagina which is doused in numbing cream to allow their stinkfishes to endure endless sex.
A man known as the "Buckmaster" of SF, initialed GB, is one of the most notorious buckers in San Francisco and is rumored to have slept with over 400 of these Asian prostitutes. Besides the mere number of his buckings he has engaged in, his name truly comes for his depraved love of performing cunnilingus on their rotten beaten vaginas.
"I want to buck, buck, buck!! I love to buck, buck buck!" - A traditional song and dance originated from the Buck Master himself to pump himself up before a good buck. The dance involves lifting one leg in the air and performing humping motions.
"Oh man, after seeing all that sweet tang on the streets today, I must Buck. GB, take me to Jones St. lets hit the buck house"
The way to say "gamble" china-style. If you are in Vegas and deciding whether or not to put that $100 on the craps table; just yell "GAMBROOLL!!", shake your fist, and slam it there and hope for the best. That' what the local china guy would do if he were you.
"Foo, you want to gambrol wit me? Yo money too young; yo bank account need to grow up"
"Man, I just lost $25,000! My wife will divorce me, my children won't be able to go to college!" --- "Don't worry my friend, it was good gambrol!"
"Gammmmbrolll!! Gammmmmbrolll!!! Gammmmmbroll!" - (In order to entice a local derelect to put his bank roll on the table)