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Discussion in 'Prop Bets & Side Bets' started by driglaz, Sep 1, 2016.
Poor old DeMango tried every way he could think of
to drive me off the forum or silence me
then in desperation , pulled the old , "POOFAROO"
forced a seven , I love this
I had some good luck playing the all small/all tall yesterday. My wife was going to the Blue Chip in Michigan City, IN to pickup a casino gift and asked if I wanted to go with her. I said yes since it got me out of some yard work. We walked in and I noticed my favorite spot at the craps table was open. I bought in for $40.00. The dice came to me and I hit all the numbers. I made my point and the features reset. The table was betting heavy on the ATS this time around. One guy had $15 on the all for himself and $5 for the crew. I hit all the numbers again. I made another point before I sevened out. The table and the crew made a lot of money on that roll. The next shooter made all tall and was one away on the small when he sevened out. I cashed in $780.
Good for you! It's my favorite bet....at 175 to 1 the odds are not all that bad!
That's the power that type of betting offers , cashing $7 bets
is a recipe for disaster . The center of the table is where the money is
I'm sure , THAT"S A FACT"
Very TRUE for those LONG ROLLS, but not a good bet for the average ROLL, with a Statistical CASINO TAKE of 7.76%
Now the challenge, how does one determine in ADVANCE that a LONG ROLL is about to come???
More on Small - Tall - All odds:
The probability of winning the Small and Tall is 0.026354, or about 1 in 38. Usually wins pay 34 to 1 (or 35 for 1), in which case the house edge is 7.76%.
Some stingier casinos pay only 30 to 1 (or 31 for 1), which increases the house edge to 18.30%.
The probability of winning the All is 0.005258, or about 1 in 190. If wins pay 175 to 1 (or 176 for 1), which is usually the case, then the house edge is 7.47%.
Some stingier casinos pay only 150 to 1 (or 151 for 1), which increases the house edge to 20.61%.
Yes, GREEDY Casino's ~ AVOID PLAYING THERE, IS THE ONLY WAY to STOP this B.S.
It's easy to bet on only long rolls. Wait till someone rolls twenty times then start betting. You would then be able to tell everybody at the pawn shop, that you only bet on long rolls. The ATS is a great bet when it hits, like all bets, but a "dog" when it looses, like all bets.
That lower odds ATS requires two things to be successful for the greedy casino, the lower pays plus the participation of dumb bettors. Or as Dave called them, " non-math" elitists.
Assuming you've been to the optometrist recently and If you know what they look like, getting visual confirmation that the shooter is either MP, Dave, JH, Hurricaine Howard, or at least a so-called DI should do the trick.
I will occasionally make an ATS bet after a string of short hands and comeout sevens because the long hands have to "catch up" Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
if you have a few extra bucks to risk, it will last you a lot longer betting the ATS on a craps table than it would at $3 a pop in a slot machine. That is the main reason I occasionally bet it. The thrill of a $$$$ win when it hits, and a slow loss pace when it doesn't.
That certainly would be better than betting on all shooters!
Why is that better? The lack of betting?
Comprehend ~ That certainly would be better than betting on all shooters!
Would it be better than betting AGAINST, "all of the shooters"?
Don't betters will gain a small advantage with BIASED DICE, however on nearly all CRAPS Tables, the # & amount of DO betters Exceeds that of the Don't Betters, by a significant amount, thus the Casino Retains it's even Higher TAKE with the introduction of BIASED DICE!