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A marker is a line of credit given by the casino to a player (see also casino credit). 

After the player finishes their session, they will go to the cashier’s cage to settle to pay their marker. If they won more than they lost, they will be paid the amount won. If they lost more than they won, they will have to either write a check to cover the expenses or pay the amount owed via other means.

Usually, markets are only offered to high rollers. Regular players and low rollers aren’t likely to receive them. 

Alternatively, a player can receive a marker by pre-paying a deposit at the cashier’s cage.


  • A line of credit given by the casino to a player.

Dices and chips in casino games

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