At 100 rounds per hour, you expect about 5 blackjacks per hour. If you always bet $7.50, you'd be making winning an extra $1.25 on top of your expected loss. So at most you're saving $1.25/hour. Given that BJs happen more often in + counts than - counts, and you won't always be betting that wonky amount, this's likely save you less than 50c an hour. Or if anything, cost you money, due to decreased game play speed (rounds per hour).
If they have pink chips AND round up AND don't have quarters, then they'd round $11.25 payout up to $11.50, which would be 1 Red, 1 Pink, and 4 Whites ($1's).
I mean, unless they're rounding up to full dollar amounts...but in that case, having pinks wouldn't make sense.
Oh yeah that makes sense. Not sure why I didn't think of that. Damn maths
Are the pink chips only playable at black jack everywhere? I tried using them at craps and wasn't allowed.
Casinos get fined for quarters in the tray in some jurisdictions, surely Ohio I remember, former Horseshoe Cleveland.Quote: Deucekies
You would think in a jurisdiction where improper bets have to be rounded up, the casino would either A) only allow bets in $1 increments, or B) keep quarters in the tray.