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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by dustedone, Jan 1, 2021.
but, to lazy to hit the shift
As I see, we still(for how long, who knows) live in America. And w/ doing so, you have a choice to be here or not.
Me too "De-Man-go".
Gotta be TD, gotta be.
Dear Duckster. Only three threads here interest me. "Roll to Win" table reports. Dusted articles. The Poopster threads. An increase in traffic of these topics, brings me back, short term only.
So, have you tried the "Roll to Win" yet? DemonGo. Personally, I think you will like the "conspicuously" dead landing surface, but, you won't like the results. When did you pick-up the Joyzee accent?
The Biloxi market has 4 Roll to Win tables, mixed results. Even worse than the urban crowd, the que tip crowd has taken over. With the slow enough game as it is, a half full table means eternity to get to shoot. But yes entirely different bounce characteristics, some will take advantage. Raising table limits would be nice, and minimum buy ins.
What are the table limits in Biloxi, and which casinos have how many RTWs.
Roll to win expanding. More tables. More casinos. More players. Duck boy got it wrong....again.
It'll take a little time, but, this game will fall out of favor, just like the bubble has, and for the same reason. Very simply, you do not receive a random drop of the dice. I was right about this virus, and I'm right about the Aruze "Roll to Lose".
At the risk of appearing stupid, what is roll to win?
Google it. "Aruze "Roll to Win" craps. The photos and such will help. You must be like "Rip Van Winkle" or something.
I've only played the bubble one time baron, and if memory serves me correctly, which it often does not, it was Interblock.
"Roll to win" is a game played by "LA types" in Vegas alleys, and parking garages. They prefer to "play" it with older people.
Scarlet Pearl, Boomtown, and Palace at $5 ante. Hollywood in Bay St Louis. Also Harrah’s New Orleans and L’Auberge in Lake Charles. Think $2K upper limit but odds vary. Timer varies.
Yeah, the timer could be a problem if you have a complicated or elaborate betting system. My systen is very simple, and I was still getting whistle-bit sometimes. The only one I've played was at Harrah's Cherokee, but I don't consider it worth the drive. Do not like the drop of the dice in this game. At Harrah's Cherokee, they play with a set of Opaque dice, which I think is a little suspect. Harrah's was $5 minimum, 5X odds, $2000 max. I made "very few", max bets, if none qualifies, as very few.
there are no stupid questions...only stupid smart ass ducks
Koko the video TD put up for you is one of two tables at one of my local casinos here...you can see the 6 cards on the table in front of the stick