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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by dustedone, Jul 24, 2017.
Might as well lay across while you're at it.
Well laying across on a bubble is much cheaper then on a table.
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Ya don't even have to say the whole word ( Irishshitter).......just the word "Shitter" will do just fine!
Are you laughing because LID IS, superrick?
Is LID laughing because YOUR superrick?
Pechanga is a fairly nice casino, but usually crowded. So if they put a bubble in, I would expect it will get a lot of action, since card craps is the table game, and like me, I am sure there are many that would opt for the "dome and dice".
If they do have it, and it gets some good play, I would expect the other casinos in the vicinity to get on board pretty quick......a very competitive area.
Yes Pechanga has the bubble...its right in front of the buffet and so far every time I have ben there it was no problem getting a seat playing the bubble is fun period....Pechangas table craps I never did like because of the way they would do it with the cards to weird to explain... but now there table game is cool they have real dice like (Harrahs,Borona and Sycuan) and its 5x odds Pechanga is one of the bigger casinos in the area and is a nice one the only draw back is the traffic in Temecula where its located sucks
Talking bet payouts, Hollywood Toledo pays 26 for 5 on the Big Red. Tables pay 25 for 5 (4 to 1), and they take a nickle out of every winning $1 lay. Sometimes when I'm playing a $3 line bet I'll add a $2 no 10 lay to get to the $5 minimum, and when a seven shows it pays 95 cents, the standard 5%.
Still about a13.4% house edge, not exactly generous. Wouldn't even think about playing it.
Nothing sweeter than a repeater,only thing better to hear from a base dealer is "You are off and on sir" and of course Koko favorite words "press my odds"
Well my fellow crappers....a bubble has landed at the Harrahs Rincon here in Sun Diego,looks like a bubble invasion coming to southern Ca. JB must have the same crystal ball that 777s has
Point was their bubble odds are BETTER for that bet. Also, they take vig upfront for lay bets at the table but it's "on a win" on the machine. Much easier for placing a bet on the video screen, I'm sure.
About the dice: I haven't seen anyone complain that the die in their "Trouble" game has rounded edges compared to their "Monopoly" or "Chutes and Ladders" games!
I've never complained about the dice having rounded edges either, nor have I complained about them being oversized. My complaint is with motion, and "moves" that I believe, have nothing to do with size or rounded corners. I am curious to know why Ca. will allow dice which are encapsulated in a plastic dome, and NOT free roaming dice? What evil is the bubble able to incarcerate, so that it will not infect the gambling public? I believe this to be a FAIR question.
In terms of bet placing, payoffs, and money handling in general, the bubble is far superior to even the BEST dealers. Also the game keeps moving, which I also like. As for randomness, well, for me, the jury's still out on that one.
have fun "tossing" the dice at the bubble.
To me it, seems less of a social game while every sits at the bubble.
For me, Real Craps is fun while bubble craps is not fun.
Hi drig played the bubble the other day at Harrahs two seats to my right was the shooter he bubbled 8 10s in his hand after the 4th 10 him the guy next to him and myself were all on the ten believe me it was social and fun
Just to clarify, would you rather lose $50 at the table, or Win $50 at the bubble? No good looking women at the table.
This could be the end of Las Vegas, as we know it. It was fun while it lasted. I'm thinking it will take at least 3 bubble machines, to service the 40 million or so that live in Ca. Now, who's palm do we need to grease in Ms.