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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by tercol58, Jun 21, 2011.
What does the 2,3,11,12 pay on a dollar hop each
3 and 11 pay 15:1
2 and 12 pay 30:1
Considering that you will lose $3 on the ones that do not show, you win either 30-3 = $27 or 15-3 = $12.
More likely, you will be out $4.
You are getting paid on the 4-9-10 (10 of 36)....is the reason to go with the iron cross. The ONLY time you lose is with a 7.
Someone would have to crunch the numbers on making a hop bet vs. iron cross.
Thanks koko the reason I ask was southern comfort thought it better to hop those numbers but the payouts are the same as betting a four dollar horn the hop bets confuse me I thought all the hops paid 15 to 1
6 ways to win 30 way to lose
there are better bets on the table
Td I have seen a lot of people bet 64 across and a 4 dollar horn instead of iron cross its kinda the same thing
The first time I bet the Iron cross the dealer I had was a older white haired gentleman nice man and good dealer after I had won my bet of 7 dollars and colored up to go get breakfeast the dealer said to me "kid the next time you wanna make that bet call us and we"ll send a cab"
We can damn sure agree on that!
A $100 win on the 5 - pays $140 -
A $100 win on the 6 and / or 8 pays $ 116 - ( IF they will book this ODD amount bet ) - as the 6/8 NEED to bet in $6 increments ! -
And a $150 win on the Field pays $150 -
YOU LOSE !
WHAT aspect of YOU NEED to bet 2X on the 5, 6 and 8 and 1X on the Field -
Do You NOT understand ?????
You are welcome !
Now I do along with being embarrassed. Looks like I need to do more work on thinking through the consequences and end result of these different betting schemes. As you outline above, it all about the proper balance of the bet vs the payout. And yes, thank you for your patience. Truly appreciate you 'veterans' sharing your knowledge and wisdom.
don't be embarrassed and don't stop asking questions , there are many on this forum who actually want to help,
I have found that even some of the naysayers are actually pretty nice , pretty knowlidgable and like to help when called upon
you are doing the right things , keep it up , you will get there, takes patience and study
Someone would have to take the $68 and spread it out across four bets (5-6-8 + field bet) and crunch the numbers vs. $64 across +$4 horn.
Then we can compare.
crunch them TD
Get the pilot he does that stuff pretty quickly , in his head
wish I could
Yes! I think Mr. Shank suggested this same bet; because it contains a larger payout on the horn compared to the fielld. Since my local casinos don't pay triple on the (2 or 12) that appears to be a better choice.
PS: And for the brave souls who believe in DI; leave the 5 naked and set with the cross sixes?
ERROR. Sorry, meant to say straight sixes.
Yes, never question goatcabin or mustang sally or Midnight on the math...
I would be curious on the comparison...because for a DI, I believe these 2 strategic plays would be for a simple 7 avoidance play (SRR+) as opposed to someone sniping signature numbers.
I also think there may have been a possible hop play with a higher SRR...but I'm not sure.
actually a better set for that would be the inline 6 with 5s facing you
no 5s or 9s appear on that axis of rotation set the dice and check
I posted a reply before I saw this post
straight 6s inline 6s same same and would be a good choice when leaving out the 5
I think Midnight already computed that, and the across with horn worked a tad better, especially with a 12 pay double in the field.