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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by KokomoJoe4, Sep 25, 2019.
Good Idea, then the Casino's could separate the Man from the Machine, no...
More BS from you!
Ability to detect BIAS in a Pair of DICE is dependent upon the degree of Bias in those dice.
I have shown the BEST Method to detect BIAS in a PAIR of Dice, but few understand the concept, pity them...
this is you ...…..Bottom line...as I saw it---it was an excuse or crutch to blame craps losses. Nothing more, nothing less.
You always get to the personal at some point to justify your opinion
based on nothing.
Your only response always the same ,,,people or me seek acceptance or justificaton.....no......no one ever asked you to accept anything...ever...
but all have wondered why you care about others opinions and here it is.....
From my perspective, the important thing is what’s the number of rolls and what’s the bias. Then, let an independent take a look. I see KKJ as an independent working with data supplied to him by Linaway. Wonderful. Surely you don't have an issue with that.
why. ???? who made you the judge ???? why does every one have to answer to you......that is the real question.. what makes you think you can do nothing and yet question everything???
this make no sense, I have no idea what makes you tick, I cant understand it, and you have no idea why I am in a craps site
You cant have a discussion like that.
If I had to guess....you are in this forum to talk about yourself. I assume the same at wofv until you got tired of other people’s opinions of your opinions.
DI's like the 'bias dice' excuse.
Wasn't it proved bias'd dice do not necessarily create an advantage for the casino?
I guess they fuck up DI's razor thin advantage.
You should have made enough money to buy your own island in the Carribian by now since biased dice always benefit the player if the player can can identify the bias.
von duck, did you see that post about single seat bubble?
you have posted more than once , I believe it was you, that the bubble has peaked? and that casinos are starting to take them out? yet, the bubble companies keep coming up with new machines and new electronic tables.
I think what we are seeing is the birth of a new era for casinos.
fading away from live tables where live tables and live crews may not be necessary to keep a game alive and make money for a casino.
granted, the casinos will lose craps players without live tables, but if given no choice, eventually craps players will adjust to electronic craps when nothing else is available for them.
Theres been many times when Ive been at casinos during peak night time hours, or weekends, where the 2 live tables were full, and I couldn't get a spot. but theres been hundreds if not thousands of times Ive been in casinos weekdays, mornings, and the dice tables were empty, or one or two players and the casino still had to pay a full crew to stand around and do nothing.
someone in the high level offices eventually will make that choice It wont kill a casino, it might hurt them to remove live dice tables, but ofcourse, they can put it right back in within 2 days if they lose too much business.
if casinos were losing so much interest in electronic bubble dice machines, I doubt the companies would continue development on new ones.
hybrid blackjack, pay one dealer, have 60 players against that dealer, anywhere in casino. Im certain if laws allow, its only a matter of time until you can turn on your tv in your casino room and play the same electronic blackjack or bubble dice using an electronic keyboard. Its coming, its going to be super dangerous to some people.
This single seat version should be right up his alley. There are no other players....so the software cannot do a quick in game calculation on which do and don’t wagers need to be paid or taken to ensure a house win....ultimately triggering the air bursts and magnets in the bubble.
exactly up your alley, making comments you know nothing about
It's only a matter of time until you can gamble from your living room. Only thing stopping it so far is the casino lobby. Once the politicians figure out a way for them and the casinos to profit from it, it will happen.
Sports betting has exploded in Iowa. William Hill has put Kiosks in the casinos here where you can make bets without even going to the sports book and has an app for your phone where you can track your favorite team or bets. It looks like you may even be able to bet from the app once you go to the casino, fund your account and verify you're of legal age. Don't quote me on that one because I don't sports bet.
I missed the one about single seat bubble, but just to the point. That electronic table they just put in at Cherokee. Is the very first one ever installed. That game debuted at the Vegas show, a year ago, and it took that long to find a taker? The reason they keep coming up with new twists, is because the the existing ones are not working. I'll take a look at that single player bubble, but if it's Aruze, I'm pretty sure, what it will be. The new single dealer table thing, isn't going to fly, I give it a six month life expectancy. I would like to hear what the "so-called-DI's" think about it, it's the least bouncy surface you will ever find.
I've never said anything about air bursts, or magnets, in regards to the bubble. I do notice how YOU bring up those two mechanisms, but never mention what the most obvious culprit would be. You know, the one that might be able to beat the "cheat test". No! I can't prove the bubble, or "pro" wrestling is fixed.
Well....I posted what I think of the one dealer table at Cherokee. Not enough time to place your wagers, & the layout is made of hard plastic?, Glass? I dunno Ducky. What is your guestimation of the playing surface? Almost sounded as if you were tossing dice onto a Marble Counter Top.
However, I did LOVE that the table was mostly empty during my entire stay. I never witnessed more than 3 players at the table.
Sometimes the dice bias favors certain players at the table; sometimes it favors all the players and sometimes it favors the house. The bias of the moment frequency is a random event.
Agreed. As Mssthis noted....it would likely take an enormous roll data set to come up with anything definitive. Even then I would wonder if it's still a random event.
Ya plunks yer money down and takes yer chances. Craps. Wonderful game.
Best I can do is wish you good luck when you play. Common ground isn't there. Why bother? The forum is made up of people who have similar, divergent, and extreme divergent thoughts on the game. Express yours. I'll express mine.
yep, this is the new casino world. they are looking for a new way, or new ways to lure players back into casinos and they aren't worried about the fading out baby boomers.
they will keep trying games with lower employee costs, more rolls per hour,(higher take), and a game that will work well with its patrons. they want players to enjoy themselves, not alienate dice players.
That "marble" playing surface, does not act like you would think. It's not smooth, but rather feels like a frosted windshield when you rub your fingers on it. This table is much less bouncy, then the traditional tables, but I bet you won't like your results, when you throw on it. Go ahead, give it a shot. This game I don't think will fly. Even in a casino that has 4-6 regular tables going on the weekends, this game won't be able to make it. If it won't fly at Cherokee, it won't fly anywhere else. There is, just as you say, a problem of "betting time" but that's not the biggest problem.
Wow thats cool I hope those machines make their way west...looks like fun