I was at the $10 Crapless table at Hollywood in Toledo the other night, and it was cold. We went round and round the table for about 30 minutes and every shooter was out after 1 or 2 tosses. I wanted to stick around until it warmed up, but didn't want to risk anything significant since I had a pretty small bankroll for the evening. So, I decided to just keep feeding $1 on the hard 6 and 8, and parlay wins in hopes of seeing two in a row. It's bleeding, I know, but a slow bleed that kept me entertained while I waited. Shortly into my session, the stick swaps out and the new guy notices that I keep returning the hard ways but no other action. He informs me that the table minimum is $10, and that I can't keep booking $1 bets without having a $10 bet somewhere (he was cool enough about it, and said to just occasionally place a $10 bet, but couldn't give me any guidance for how often I needed to place a table minimum bet... but, apparently more often than just when it was my turn to shoot, or when I'm parlaying a $1 win into a $10 bet...). I've been called out in Vegas and other places about needing a Pass/Don't Pass in order to book a Fire Bet. But, I've never seen a dealer tell a player that they can't book a prop bet without also having the table minimum. Has anyone else heard of this?