... given your 1 chip requirements... lay the 4/10 in craps as suggested. Each independent trial you'll have a 2/3 chance of winning, and you only need one chip (though it has to be 1 chip big enough for the table requirements).
depends if you count a tie or not for the dpass.Quote: TERMINATOR
Also, I have a question about the PASS LINE and DON'T PASS in Craps.
I know they are both pretty close as far as odds of winning.
HOWEVER, is one more LIKELY to win TWO in a row than the other bet?
without looking more into it, I do not think your progression will workQuote: TERMINATOR
My question relates to a very intriguing Parlay Progression which I have been having an incredible amount of success with. I mentioned this in another email, but the progression goes like this:
Basically, if I win at ANY stage in the progression, I parlay. If I win that parlay, I stop and begin again. If I lose, I continue with the progression.
some do not allow odd Lay bet amounts,Quote: Doc
How do they round off the vig on a lay bet for really odd amounts?