21 definitions by Giskard

"Tab Out" is a term commonly used in nightclubs and bars that a patron and/or server uses to indicate that it's time to pay the tab (the bill).

This is not to be confused with the term pay up, but it is similar to settle up and pay out.
Hey Bill, I'm gonna tab out after I have one more shot of Jaeger.
by Giskard August 10, 2004
In various types of pocket billiards (pool), "ball in hand" refers to a player's right to place the cue ball anywhere on the table. Getting "ball in hand" means that the opposing player (the offending player) committed a foul, an example being a table scratch.
"Ball in hand," he yelled, throwing the cue ball sheepishly on the table after fouling.
by Giskard July 02, 2004
"Settle Up" is a term commonly used in nightclubs and bars that a patron and/or server uses to indicate that it's time for payment.

This is not to be confused with the term pay up, but it is similar to pay out and tab out.
Hey Bill, I'm gonna settle up with you after I have one more beer.
by Giskard August 10, 2004
In the game of poker, and possibly other card games, the term "Quads" means a player has four of the same card rank, or four-of-a-kind.
I didn't think much of my pocket snowmen until I flopped a set of 8's and then got quads on the river -- I knew I had the best hand.
by Giskard March 22, 2005
"The Snap" is slang for breaking the balls in a game of pocket billiards (or pool).
I saw the look of consternation on his face when I made the 9 on the snap.
by Giskard July 02, 2004
A word used in Wisconsin, Michigan and surrounding areas that translates to "Yes," or, "Yes, I agree." It is similar to "ya know hey."

Yaderhey is thought to be the opposite of a phrase derived from Bob and Doug McKenzie in the movie Stange Brew, "No way, eh." You would then replay, "Yaderhey."
Bob: Hey man, that was a hot chicky last night at the ho-down, eh?

Doug: Yaderhey!
by Giskard July 15, 2004
A term used in pocket billiards (or pool) that refers to hitting a ball with hard left or right English so as to create an angle off the cue ball on an otherwise straight-in shot.

The reason this is called "cheating" the pocket is because you are taking away the natural flow that cue ball would ordinarily travel (to the pocket) by altering the shot.
He left himself straight in -- he's gonna have to cheat the pocket to get to his next ball.
by Giskard July 02, 2004
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