So I am a NEW craps dealer. I want some new stick calls that my co workers don't have. I dont want them to think I am copying or whatever. PLEASE HELP!!!!!! I got one today...... "Ten, Hard Ten, Girls Best Friend"..
THANKS for the help!
Oct 19, 2009
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Stay with the tried and true stick calls,,, don't try to get cute yet. Its too early to be fancy. Just call everything correctly and in the correct sequence so your team mates can do their job in the right order.
You can get fancy later.
Most common standard calls (terse, and use very often to be concise and keep the game moving)
two crap aces double
ace deuce, single
four easy, field roll
four hard four, field roll
five no field five
six easy, no field
six hard, no field
eight easy, no field 8
eight hard, no field
nine, center field
ten easy, field roll
ten hard, field roll
yo eleven, good field and come
twelve crap dice, triple
Hard six: Two treys, like me at the buffet (if you're a big guy especially works for a laugh), Average white guy
Hard ten: Sunflowers, puppy paws
Hard four: Deuce deuce. Twenty two!
Hard 8: The square pair.
To assist dealers who have not completed their jobs and think they have:
comes and don'ts travel
dc travels to the <announce number>
FIELD roll <roll>
On the comeout selling the prop bets:
<standard verbose not used often>: crap check, yo bet, whirl bet, hi's lo's and yo's, get 'em now while the dice are in the center
comin' out: crap eleven any seven
specific to player .. hold hand out "you want your yo/crap-check/horn/high-high-whatever"
When the same number hits three times in a row or more "don't bet the ____ it's a trap!"
When the same hard way comes back to back: "the parlay that got away!"
Selling (higher edge) place bets: when the point is 9, place the 5. When the point is 5 place the nine. You generally always sell the "place side" of the point especially when the player is focusing on the 6 and 8 and not getting place bets on the 4, 5, 9, and 10 for a $5 bet.
I'm sure others will have other stuff, and there are whole websites for this, but that should get you enough to get in trouble!
The best one: "Two die outside! The OJ roll"
At Caesars this weekend I heard this one:
Ace-deuce, son of a yo.