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small concession (called the “vig” or “vigorish,” Yiddish terms related to the Russian word for “winnings,” vyigrysh), which, though still bothersome to my uncle.


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The term vigorish (Yiddish slang from the Russian word for winnings) refers to the percentage charged by a bookmaker to place a gambler's bet, or to the.


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[vigorish, Yiddish slang from the Russian for “winnings,” or the juice or take], the five percent. The bookies had to put up with the bad debt. It was a fact oflife in​.


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The term vigorish (Yiddish slang from the Russian word for winnings) refers to the percentage charged by a bookmaker to place a gambler's bet, or to the.


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EtymologyEdit. From Yiddish וויגריש‎ (vigrish), from Russian вы́игрыш (výigryš, “​winnings”). NounEdit. vigorish (countable and uncountable, plural vigorishes).


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[vigorish, Yiddish slang from the Russian for “winnings,” or the juice or take], the five percent. The bookies had to put up with the bad debt. It was a fact oflife in​.


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The term vigorish (Yiddish slang from the Russian word for winnings) refers to the percentage charged by a bookmaker to place a gambler's bet, or to the.


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Origin of vigorish. –15, Americanism; earlier viggresh, perhaps < an adaptation in Yiddish slang of Ukrainian výgrash or Russian výigrysh winnings, profit.


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[vigorish, Yiddish slang from the Russian for “winnings,” or the juice or take], the five percent. The bookies had to put up with the bad debt. It was a fact oflife in​.


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The experts think vigorish was borrowed from Yiddish, which may be supported by an alternative name for stuss, Jewish faro. It's presumed that.


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