profit or gain from an action; -- used broadly; as, lots of effort with little payoff.
The profit on a punters' bet
The amount paid to a player for his played ticket. Not necessarily a net profit.
In game theory, the amount that a player wins, given the player's and his opponent's actions.
Payoff is the paying of winning bets to a player.
the income arising from land or other property; "the average return was about 5%"
a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward"
a number, also called utility, that reflects the esirability of an outcome to a player, for whatever reason
The casino pays and the player collects a winning bet.
The return the player receives on a bet.
The amount of money won by a player who has numbers that hit.
What you get when Lady Luck is with you and you hit it good. In other words the payoff is your return or profit for the wager you made. YEEEHA
The payback, the winning return on a bet
The payback received by the player for a wager.
The reward of winning a game or a tournament.
The number of coins or credits paid for a particular winning hand. Often expresses on a "per-coin" basis. For example, a Full House in standard full pay Jacks-or-Better with five coins bet pays 45 coins, but this is usually expressed as 9-for-1. This way, it is the same for a 4-coin, 10-coin or 100-coin machine. Note the use of "for" rather than "to" for the payoff odds; this is because the bet has already disappeared into the guts of the machine, and it is not returned. A Full House pays out a total of only nine coins for each coin bet. It would be "9-to-1" only if it also returned your bet (for a total of 10 coins paid out).
the winning return or payout the player receives on a wager
Your payback; the return you see on a wager.
The paying out of a winning bet to a player
The winnings on your bet
The return paid on a winning wager.
The return or payback the player receives for his or her wager.
The amount paid for a winning hand.