The Apron –
that area outside of the layout.
The Big Red – an alternate way of calling a seven. This is popular because calling seven is considered a jinx.
The Box numbers – an alternate name for the point numbers 4,5,6,8,9,10.
The Buy Bet – when you bet on a specific box number.
The Come Out Roll – this would be the first roll after a hand has been set.
The Easy Way – rolling a 4,6,8, or 10 short of rolling a pair.
The Field – 2,3,4,9,10,11,12.
The Garden – an alternate name for the field.
The Hard Way – rolling a 4,6,8, or 10 by rolling a pair.
The Inside Numbers – the inner numbers of the box numbers (5,6,8,9).
The Insurance bet – exactly the same as a Hedge Bet.
The Lay bet – when you bet against a box number.
The Line Bet – an alternate name for the Pass Line bet.
The Marker – a different name to describe the puck.
The Outside Numbers – the outer numbers of the box numbers (4,5,9,10).
The Pass Line bet – a bet that supports the shooter.
The Place Bet – when you bet on a specific box number.
The Point Number – the number that is set via a Come Out roll.
The Point Numbers – 4,5,6,8,9,10.
The Shooter – the person that throws the dice.
The Yo-leven – this is the way the number eleven is pronounced so that it is not confused with the number seven.
True Odds – here there is no house edge, it refers to the odds of a bet being as accurate to the likelihood of the event.