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On 5/28/2019 at 9:46 PM, Trey3216 said:

Yep.  Casino Royals was my Vegas honey hole.   Such a piece of shit casino, but you could sit at the craps table with a $200 bankroll and play for 3 days straight if you can stay up that long.  

 

Not to mention, that on top of free drinks while playing you can buy $1 Michelob regular all day everyday.   My go to when I’m walking up and down the strip

CR may be a shit hole but it leaves every other Vegas casino in the dust when it comes to cocktail service.  You never go dry there - in fact, you're likely to have one in your hand, have a full one tucked under the table and see a cocktail waitress asking about another.  That cycle repeats itself over and over.   Granted, the waitresses aren't anything to look at but when it comes to taking care of your beverage needs that place is unsurpassed. 

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5 minutes ago, Wally Pryor said:

CR may be a shit hole but it leaves every other Vegas casino in the dust when it comes to cocktail service.  You never go dry there - in fact, you're likely to have one in your hand, have a full one tucked under the table and see a cocktail waitress asking about another.  That cycle repeats itself over and over.   Granted, the waitresses aren't anything to look at but when it comes to taking care of your beverage needs that place is unsurpassed. 

Yep.  It's super easy to get extraordinarily over-served there.  I like it.  

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Pure numbers game for the cocktails. She isn’t serving high rollers that will drop big tips. Got to hustle to get the tips up. 

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Leaving Vegas up 500 on craps. Method worked for me pretty well. Would've been more but got impatient with the nickel and dime stuff a few times.

Had a good run with roulette as well. Shaggy had a post years ago about playing the 1st 12 and doubling up every time you didnt hit. Worked well for me too all the times I played except once. Got up 350ish and then made some stupid bets and wiped myself out.

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Enjoyed a plus $500 session at the D in Vegas this afternoon. When you give the dealers a glance and they know exactly what you want to bet....there’s nothing quite like it. Brown liquor drinks flowing helps, too.

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Inn of the Mountain Goats in Ruidoso...3x/4x/5x odds

go $500 into pocket throughout the day. Get down to $40 for session.  Stage a furious comeback and cash out with $530.

3 fucking free lemonades.  No booze on casino floor.  They have a badass taproom, but you can't play craps( or any other game) while you're drinking.  I love both activities and struggle mightily with the notion that New Mexico gaming laws are saving me from myself.

Oh well... played craps and enjoyed the come-back.

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After my last couple of runs, Ive seen nothing but cold tables, so I've been toying with the dark side on the app.

For you that do that, do you place any other bets besides the don't pass line with odds?

I'm going to Shreveport next weekend and looking to change up my play method some. I know I'm not gonna get rich, but I'd like to lengthen my time at the table and possibly walk out with a little more cash then I go in with.

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On 8/16/2019 at 8:08 AM, DallasHorn26 said:

After my last couple of runs, Ive seen nothing but cold tables, so I've been toying with the dark side on the app.

For you that do that, do you place any other bets besides the don't pass line with odds?

I'm going to Shreveport next weekend and looking to change up my play method some. I know I'm not gonna get rich, but I'd like to lengthen my time at the table and possibly walk out with a little more cash then I go in with.

Occasionally I’ll play $100 don’t pass, with a nickel on 12 on the come out.  If it hits 4/10 as point I will play max odds and hedge with a quarter on the hard 4/10.

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This guy seems to have a pretty good system for when you have the dice. The video is long and boring, but tl/dr is cover the opening roll with a $1 craps bet. After you make point cover the 4-10 for 3 throws. If you hit on one of those, increase your bet on the 4-10 until you make 3 rolls the pull your bets. Might give this a try vs the random shit I usually bet. It's a slow process, but a steady one.

 

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I definitely prefer playing in Shreveport compared to Sucklahoma. No ante, 100x odds and more $5 tables. It was a little choppy this weekend. I usually only play with $200-$300 a session each time and primarily do HG method. I do like to roll, so I'll play the pass line when I'm rolling and adjust my odds depending on the point. We ventured over to Margaritiaville and it is the nicest casino in Shreveport-Bossier in my opinion. I had a table to myself for a little bit and doubled my money  for that session. I usually stay away from the middle of the table, but Maragaritaville had a hot roller bonus instead of the all tall small.  I played it some and saw it hit a few times during the night. Every few rollers seemed to hit 2-3 of the number combos which pays 5-1 for 2 combos and 10-1 for 3 combos. I saw it get to 5 combos, but I wasn't on it at the time it hit, but one guy at the table and $50 on it and took $2500 in winnings when it hit. 

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So far this strategy works, but only if you or someone you trust is throwing. Playing it with a random shooter is just asking to take your money.

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Tried a little different strategy the last few days on the phone app and think I will give it a try the next time I am in Shreveport.

Start with a $200 bankroll on a $5 table.  Throw $6 on 6 & 8 with $5 on the field.  When the field hits, move the winnings from that to either the 5 or the 9 depending on what the point is.  And then when a couple of numbers hit, move the winnings from that to the 4 & 10 and get every number covered.  And then alternate pressing and collecting on the inside numbers.  

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So, if the you roll the point and the game concludes, do you typically takedown your bets and wait for the new point? 
If you have place bets running they are automatically turned off on the come out roll until a new point is established. You can ask the dealers to leave them on, but it's not typical to do so.

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On 9/17/2019 at 10:33 PM, The People’s Elbow said:

So, if the you roll the point and the game concludes, do you typically takedown your bets and wait for the new point? 

is this a general question, or based on one of the systems someone on here recommended?

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1 hour ago, henrygandorf said:

is this a general question, or based on one of the systems someone on here recommended?

Just a general question. I haven’t played in a long time and am in Vegas this weekend. Figured I’d just throw it out there. I’ll figure it out at the table soon enough. 

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16 minutes ago, The People’s Elbow said:

Just a general question. 

typically, as a general rule, no.  the object for any craps roller is to find a hot roll, which hits a bunch of numbers and also several points.  so any of your non-pass-line bets (come, place) you try to leave out there and collect/press so that you make your money work for you.  hitting a point is a good time to catch your breath and reassess, and your place bets are off on the come out roll.

your come bets are working on the come out, but only the bets, not the odds.  if a 7 comes out while trying to establish a new point, they'll return your odds and take your bet.  back when i used to be a come bettor, this was a bummer, because you work so hard to get those out there, and they all come crashing down at a time where most of the table is clapping.

as far as rules, you are able to take your place bets down after a point is hit (or any time, really), but your come bets are stuck out there (you can take down or adjust your odds only), just as your pass line bet is stuck out there during a roll, but you can always take down or adjust your pass line odds.

hope this helped.

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I don't know if I've ever seen anyone take their place bets down after a point hits, although as HG points out, it is allowed.

More often, the dealer almost always calls out "place bets off unless you call working" or something similar, and some drunken dude who looks a lot like me will yell out "working" in which case your place bet is live on the come out.

I don't know if you can call "working" on your come bet odds.  Never seen it, and never been both drunk enough to call it and lucid enough to think of calling it.

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