Two for Two in 2021

Discussion in 'Craps Stories & Trip Reports' started by KokomoJoe4, Feb 20, 2021.

  1. KokomoJoe4, Feb 20, 2021

    KokomoJoe4

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    Just got back home from a look at a couple of potential new cars, and like last week, stopped off at the Rivers on the way home.

    Won $155 last Saturday and pulled in another $615 today.

    Never played from behind today, going out on the Come on the guy already shooting and hitting 3 numbers before he sevened out.

    Like last week, could not get into any of the $10 tables, so played at a $15 - no big deal.

    Not a whole lot of come out winners today, and didn't even get out any big bets today, but did hit several in the 25/100 range, as I tried to keep increasing odds as I won.

    One guy who bought in next to me lost his $500 quickly place betting. He left 3 or 4 reds sit in the rail and disappeared for about 45 min before returning with another $500, which he also lost doing a lot of "outside", "inside" and "across" betting.

    Made 3 numbers on my first shoot and 1 on my second. Last shoot, hit a 15/30 ten then lost on a 15/60 eight.

    If play regularly went as it did today, I could probably make a living from the table, just like Harley.
     
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  2. cmonhard8

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    So for those of us who haven't been to a casino in over a year, what do the craps tables look like with covid restrictions? How many can fit at each table now, or how many do they allow at each table, and do they have glass or plastic separating each player? And assuming you've been to different casinos, do they have the same set up or are they different with the covid nonsense?
     
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  3. KokomoJoe4

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    I've only been to my home casino in Pittsburgh, the Rivers.

    Only three players per table side, no plexiglass.

    When you buy-in, they give you a shot of hand sanitizer. They spray the dice after seven out before offering the bowl to the next shooter.

    There always used to be a load of $5 tables here, but now, minimum seems to be $10, and some are either $15 or $25 minimum.

    Up nearly $800 in two sessions, so all seems good to me. ;)
     
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    Was going to go see that place how are the tables are they bouncing or hard I went to mountaineer casino down the road only tables I saw was 15
     
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  5. KokomoJoe4

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    I'm no DI and don't really pay much attention to that but would guess they are about average hardness. Dice will fly off the table, but not real often.
     
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