Markings in the center area of a numbered playing card used to indicate the card's suit and number value.
EXAMPLE: "I usually use the index to determine the value of a card rather than using the spots, but if I'm all the way on the other end of the table sometimes I've had to count the spots. It is a bit frustrating."
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues
RELATED TERMS: Blur Intensity
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Uncommon usage. Aces are sometimes referred to as spots because of the fact that they have exactly one pip.
EXAMPLE: "I had a spot and a King in the pocket, so I decided to raise."
RELATED TERMS: Rockets