a common term using in gambling whereas a person has lost so much in gambling that his is forced to wear a barrel.
a term to describe a person is broke due to excessive compulsive gambling.
term is can be used in a comical or a derogatory way to describe a degenerate gambler.
term is originated by jjgold on sbrforum. a power poster at a gambling forum.
Tony was way over his head betting his entire bankroll on the Celtics, now he is barreled in.
Pat keep chasing with favorites, now he is barreled in.
Slang term for Hong Kong people.
Hongkee is a variation of Honkee.
There are so many Honkees in Shanghai doing business.
gambling term where a punter does a parlay with 2 or more huge favorites.
Pat is going all in with a 2 teamer Louisville -300 and UNC -300 chalk parlay.
A term to describe a bet that is virtually guaranteed winner, but in reality it is just a coin flip.
The term is a modification of the term, lock, which is used to describe a guaranteed winner in sports betting.
The use of this term is introduced by a poster, Richkas, who use the term to gain attention for his sports gambling picks. Due to the fact that his mortal locks are no better than a coin flip, the term is usually used as a comical modifier for sports gambling picks.
There are several variations of the term lock. Some popular variations are, Sicilian Lock, bet your mother's house lock, and $$$mortal lock$$$.
St. Louis Cardinals is a mortal lock.
Bet the blues, it is a mortal lock.
A slang term used to describe a sports gambler who failed at becoming a professional sports gambler.
A person who did not maker it usually think gambling is easy. The person usually have bad money management skill, follows a system, bet with intuition, bet into bad lines, doesn't understand the concept that anything can happens in a sports game, and/or lost ambition to become a professional gambler.
The term is originally introduced by a Canadian poster, fiveteamer, who also made a list of sports gambler that did not make it on an online sports gambling forum.
Pat just lost his entire bankroll at a chalk parlay, he did not make it.
Pico decided to quit gambling, he did not make it.
a slang term to describe a successful professional sports gambler.
a person who made it usually have vast knowledge of the sports he bets on; look for the best odds among the sports books and have excellent money management skills.
The term was introduced by a Canadian poster, fiveteamer, who also made a list of successful professional sports gambler on online gambling forum.
Justin is a pro, so he definitely made it.
a poster that can post around the clock at multiple online forums.
a power poster usually is getting paid by the forum owners or they just simply love to post.
some "successful" power posters became professional posters.
I can make 30 posts at 10 different forum while watching Shaq missing three consecutive free throws, I am a power poster.