At my casino players mostly put up 1$ bets for us on the place bets. The casino rounds up, so a 1$ place bet on the 6 or 8, for example would pay 2.
Yeah. In Atlantic City and perhaps elsewhere, those toke bets get rounded up. In fact ALL non-standard bets would get rounded up, but management is all over it asking players to fix the bets. Except for tokes.Quote: MrV
Uhhhh ... really?
I agree with this assessment, if the dealers control their bets/winnings.Quote: RS
With a $1 bet, put it on the six or eight. When/if one hits, place $1 on the other (whichever one you don't have) and the other $1 on 5 or 9. When/if another hits, place $1 of winnings on the other 5 or 9, and drop the remaining $1. After that, always drop the $2 win. Don't place the 4 or 10 because if that pays $2, that's true odds, and you expect to break even on that bet.
Also note that sometimes when a player asks where you want the dollar to go, your best bet may actually be a pass line or come bet.....knowing that the player might put some odds on that bet. If the guy is always putting odds on it, or frequently does, this is the best bet for you.
What happens if you shoot from the don'ts? Will they pay $1 for every $1 lay, you stipulate is a dealer bet?