Table hold is a term used in brick-and-mortar casinos that refers to the amount of money made from a single table game during an eight-hour-long shift.
In land-based casinos, chips continuously circulate. Each time someone is playing a table game, the dealers pay out the winning bets in chips and receive an amount in lost bets. The difference between chips given and held by the table is calculated in percentage and is known as the table hold. Additionally, casinos also use the term hold percentage.
Table hold is used by casinos to calculate their profits. Since players buy chips with real money, all the extra chips left at the table is what a single table or casino has made.