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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by bade, Oct 15, 2017.
How are the dice returned to the shooter?.
Typically this is done to speed up play. They don't want these setters delaying the game with their posturing etc.
Has nothing to do with DI.
No problem....we get a lot of newbie craps players who ask this question. This is good. Keep asking questions. Only way to learn.
youd have to look at the pictures I took of the table, its in a Maryland live thread somewhere.
the table is ony 4 feet long. there is a clear Lucite on top going across covering the area in front of the shooter.
the dealer, the only dealer, passes you the dice under the plastic top, there is enough room to pick them up and then throw them 2 feet to the wall.
they have the wall there Im guessing because people would just try to set the dice down without much of a roll.
you can reach the back wall just about if you lean over and stretch out, something else they don't allow.
there were at least 30 terminals to play. I questioned the pit boss, if Im on that terminal 15 feet away, who is going to watch my terminal while I shoot, and he said they haven't had that problem yet......ok, whatever, no way Im getting up and leaving my money in the machine when all someone has to do is press payout. don't matter to me they can watch security tapes whatever, I only shot the dice when I was at first terminal next to shooter. Not every chooses to throw dice, and when no one does, the dealer shoots them the opposite side to the wall the shooter normally stands at. Not sure how long this hybrid will work.
I cant imagine why they would have a game that is twice as slow as a live game and much slower than a bubble.
The sign doesn't say, "no assing around with the dice" it says, "no dice setting" which is a DI necessity. You are very slow to catch on to shit. It is almost like your not trying. If you want me to keep you under my wing, and "showin you the ropes" I'm gonna have to start seein more effort on your behalf. Try to think, man, though I know that's tough with FredP's head so far up your ass. I'm really trying to be patient with you, but one more slip- up like this, and I'll demote you back to OAP's class. Now let's "shape-up" LAD.
Well looks like someone needs to play at a Boyd property and ask! Maybe I can next trip to Biloxi, but it may be a different software!
I just got back from the Golden Nugget in AC. I asked two pit bosses about the red and green dots. Both said they indicate your level of betting: red for $5 chips, green for $25 chips. Why you were red and betting $50-$60 I don't know.
EDIT: Unless you put high odds on most of your bets. The casino ignors odds when rating players.
ignores odds, interesting, would explain why station casinos aren't giving me dick as far as comps towards anything.
Since odds do not favor anyone, any casino that gives credit for odds is clueless. Station is not clueless.
Most casinos give 0 comp credit for odds.
You really need to get to a casino to find out the truth. You don't play, so STFU.
after my second trip there they still have me positive on my win loss statement, they probably don't like me anyway.
That thing about the flags, total bullshit Ma'am.
Red means red action, green means green action, total bullshit, Ma'am.
""above the Stars"" is not logical in a three dimensional Universe! Quote should say ""Beyond the Stars""
Those are the words of the poet. Are you correcting Schiller? You can't do that.
Wow! An attempt at a little Theology here on Craps Forum. Must be Sunday. Just don't attempt to make a god out of that Mesa fella, and I'm good.