Was playing Monday at the Golden Nugget in AC. 1 guy had bets on the all tall small but it seemed like everyone was watching it. all the numbers were rolled except the 11 and the 2 all of a sudden, several people at the table start to bet the 11 & the 2. few rolls later the 11 hit making some people happy. then i threw a dollar down for the aces. another 2 or 3 rolls later i stop but others are still betting on the aces. Now the same shooter is on the come-out and rolls a 7. no problem? Well, the point was hit and people were upset and moaning (another bi-product, people are mad when you roll a 7 on the come-out because the bet resets) i have even been asked "why are they complaining" we just won... Point is - the side effect of this bet is people make more of those high-house-edge bets while they hope the last number appears. While not true the logic people use is that this number is due because it has not been rolled. While the 7 reset was calculated into the odds before the bet was introduced the change in attitude & reactions are interesting. So now I think this bet will stay because the profits from the new bet are one thing but the extra profits from people chasing the bet are an un-expected side effect. What do you think?