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Brick and Mortar

  1. Adjective

    That is offline; that has a physical presence in which players meet face to face.

    EXAMPLE: "I first learned the basics of poker in an online cardroom since it is possible to play for much lower stakes online than are offered at brick and mortar cardrooms. Now that I know enough to play decently, I made a day trip down to the casino about once a month."

    APPLIES TO: Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes a cardroom.

    SYNONYMS: Live




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