- a playing card or the upward face of a die bearing six pips.
- a domino one half of which bears six pips.
Origin of six-spot
First recorded in 1825–35
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Examples from the Web for six-spot
On some of the boards the numbers were indicated by playing-cards, from ace to six-spot, tacked down.Si Klegg, Book 3 (of 6)
A king of diamonds showed first, then a ten-spot and a six-spot of the same suit.Crooked Trails and Straight
William MacLeod Raine
Camillo Bill's next card was an ace, Claw paired his jack and Brent drew a six-spot.Snowdrift
James B. Hendryx
The “hole” card was not promising—it was only a six-spot; but, backing his luck, Smith bet high on it.'Me-Smith'
Had the obstructive card been a six-spot of clubs instead of a seven-spot, victory was mine.The Boss of Little Arcady
Harry Leon Wilson