A gambling game in which cards are turned up on a table marked with red and black diamonds.
- There are also private rooms for European and English toulette, trente et quarante, chemin de fer, blackjack and craps.
- It is thought to have its roots in several games like baccarat, chemin de fer, trente et quarante, quinze, and other similar games.
- The main gambling hall is the Salle Européene, where for a EUR 8 entry fee you can play roulette, trente et quarante, or blackjack.
French, literally 'thirty and forty', these being winning and losing numbers respectively in the game.
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Syllabification: trente et qua·rante
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