Short for propeller. Read about Titanic's propellers.
An employee of the gaming establishment whose primary purpose is just to play and help keep enough players at a table. The prop player does not participate in wins or losses.
Short for "proposition player" a player hired by a casino to fill up the seats.
A player hired by a poker room to play poker and start games.
When two players do not agree on the correction action for a move or cube decision in a certain position, they agree to play out the position (usually for money) a numerous amount of times in order to see who was right.
See proposition player.
a player employed by the casino to fill in when there aren't enough players
a player that is paid by the poker room to play in their games and video poker com
a player that's paid by the cardroom to help start new games and help build shorthanded games
a poker player that is paid by the house to start games, and to keep them live
a poker player who is paid by the house to play poker, but uses his her own money to play with
Also known as a proposition player. This player gets paid a wage from the house to help start games and keep short handed games going. This player plays with his own money and has no unfair advantage.
Sometimes seen in support of a new room launch, this is a player that is paid by the hour to attend a poker room and play at a table. They play with their own money but the salary for making “gameplay” is helpful to their overall table return.
A person employed by the cardroom to play in new and short handed games to keep them alive. Props , unlike shills , play using their own money.
A person hired by the cardroom to work as a shil.
a player that is paid to play, play with their own money but generally paid hourly to play
any object used to represent a character possession. Some in-game items might be represented by cards, or by both a card and a prop.
See public relations player.
Short for proposition player; similar to a shill, but plays with his own money.
( link / ) A real-world object that is connected to the game, such as a parchment map that the GM draws for the players to represent that map that their PCs found in the game. Q is for "Quick, pick another letter!"
A physical item used to represent a game item. It will usually have an index card attached to it with a more detailed description and how it may be used in the game
Prop is short for proposition player. This is someone who is paid by the house to play poker. However, the player plays with his own money; the house merely pays him or her an hourly wage to play poker in order to keep the games going. The difference between a prop and a shill is that a shill plays poker with the house money. Props are generally considered okay and a decent way to earn a few extra dollars. However, shills are looked down upon, and it is unheard of for a casino to employ shills.
Short for a proposition player.
A player that is paid by the house to play. NOTE that ParadisePoker.net does not use prop players.
A proposition player, hired by the cardroom to play and fill up poker tables.
A person hired by the casino to play in order to keep the game going.
A player paid by the casino to start new games, and keep existing games going.
Prop is short for proposition player. A prop player is paid to play poker. The player plays hands with his own money but has each hand subsidized; receive a payment for playing a certain amount of hands or are paid an wage per hour to play. A lot of online poker rooms use propositional players to keep their games active.
This term is short for proposition player. It refers to someone who is paid by the house to play poker, however, the prop player plays with their own money. The house only pays them an hourly wage to play poker in order to keep the games going.
A person hired by the cardroom to play.
A player being payed by the cardroom to start new tables, and keep tables active so that there is a better selection of games available for other players.
Prop is the curtailed form of proposition player. A prop is one who gets paid to play poker so that the games are going on in the poker room. However, prop will play with his own money.
A player who is paid by a cardroom to play poker, usually to get games started or to fill a seat at the table. Props use their own money to gamble.
(or Proposition) A prearranged position played several times, usually for money, as a means of settling a dispute over which man play or cube action is best.