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Greasyjohn
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November 17th, 2014 at 7:45:12 AM permalink
Long ago I was at the Four Queens where I had $100 on the don't come. Shooter rolls a 10. Oh yeah! Put out $200 as odds. Turn to my friend and borrow another $100. What's the matter with me, I could have put out another $100 for 2 times odds? But what a beautiful sight seeing 4 black out there! Couple rolls later shooter makes his 10. (And I thought I was going to take off like Archie.)

Then went next door to Ditz , then called the Fitz. Just killing some time. Alone at a craps table I put $5 on the line and I get five sevens in a row followed by an eleven. The dealers were nonchalant about it but I knew this was really rare. Won $30!
spr1000
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November 19th, 2014 at 1:18:52 AM permalink
Quote: Greasyjohn

Long ago I was at the Four Queens where I had $100 on the don't come. Shooter rolls a 10. Oh yeah! Put out $200 as odds. Turn to my friend and borrow another $100. What's the matter with me, I could have put out another $100 for 2 times odds? But what a beautiful sight seeing 4 black out there! Couple rolls later shooter makes his 10. (And I thought I was going to take off like Archie.)

Then went next door to Ditz , then called the Fitz. Just killing some time. Alone at a craps table I put $5 on the line and I get five sevens in a row followed by an eleven. The dealers were nonchalant about it but I knew this was really rare. Won $30!




Even though 10 & 4 share the same value of combinations. For some reason I always see more 10s rolled than 4s. Maybe it's randomization of 5 and 6 when each die is rolled? If you think about it, 8 uses the 6 or 5 on one die to make an eight. where 10 uses the 6 or 5 also on one die to make a 10.Obviously the probability of rolling an 8 is better but I feel it's easier to dodge the 1,2,and 3,so I always bet against the 4 and never the 10.


Now wouldn't it be great if you had those black chips on the pass at the Ditz!
guitarmandp
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November 25th, 2014 at 9:30:10 PM permalink
You are on the Fire and shooter make the two hardest points (4 & 10) and you think you have a great shot at winning. Shooter goes out on a 6 or 8!

You have a don't pass bet and the point is 10, shooter hits it. Next point is 4 and shooter hits that. You get scarred and decide to wait for a new shooter before going back on the don't pass. Next point is a 6 or 8 and shoot goes out immediately.

You have a large $400 don't pass get, point is 4. You decide to put a little insurance on it with a $50 hard 4. 4 comes easy!

You only have $200 with you and your playing donts. Shooter has a come out roll that goes something like this (7,7 12, 11, 11, 7, 7, point), eating up half your bankroll on a stupid come out roll,

You have been at the casino for several hours and you bought it for $300 and are down $300. You decide to just put all your money on the dont's hoping one bet will get you back to even, shooter rolls an 11 on the come out roll. I can't tell you how many times that has happened to me.
teddys
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November 26th, 2014 at 10:17:24 AM permalink
Quote: guitarmandp

You are on the Fire and shooter make the two hardest points (4 & 10) and you think you have a great shot at winning. Shooter goes out on a 6 or 8!

You have a don't pass bet and the point is 10, shooter hits it. Next point is 4 and shooter hits that. You get scarred and decide to wait for a new shooter before going back on the don't pass. Next point is a 6 or 8 and shoot goes out immediately.

You have a large $400 don't pass get, point is 4. You decide to put a little insurance on it with a $50 hard 4. 4 comes easy!

You only have $200 with you and your playing donts. Shooter has a come out roll that goes something like this (7,7 12, 11, 11, 7, 7, point), eating up half your bankroll on a stupid come out roll,

You have been at the casino for several hours and you bought it for $300 and are down $300. You decide to just put all your money on the dont's hoping one bet will get you back to even, shooter rolls an 11 on the come out roll. I can't tell you how many times that has happened to me.

Haha, yeah, the dice have an evil inclination sometimes!
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hwccdealer
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December 3rd, 2014 at 10:30:59 AM permalink
I started off playing the DC. Got behind the 10 and the shooter sevened out quickly, so I was up.

Then my wife told me not to let people peer-pressure me. So, like a dope, I started playing the pass line. When it came my turn to shoot, I rolled a six as my point and put out two place bets. Next roll? The damn seven.

To add icing to the feces cake, I walked to a Spanish 21 table - got dealt two 3s against a 7. Being too much of a chicken...ahem, feces to split them, I hit. A nine. Then another nine. I would have has 21 on the first hand - and a guaranteed win - had I used my brain.

So I got slaughtered in Windsor. And it's my own fault.
odiousgambit
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December 3rd, 2014 at 10:45:38 AM permalink
well, with craps, I always say it's bad luck to switch sides

anecdotally, you are adding to the evidence [g]
the next time Dame Fortune toys with your heart, your soul and your wallet, raise your glass and praise her thus: “Thanks for nothing, you cold-hearted, evil, damnable, nefarious, low-life, malicious monster from Hell!” She is, after all, stone deaf. ... Arnold Snyder
jochman
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December 4th, 2014 at 6:49:09 PM permalink
not sure if bubble "win to craps(shoot)" count?

DP: 7-7-7-11-7-6-7-6-6-point#. Confidence shot - bathroom break...
TheWolf713
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December 6th, 2014 at 8:01:51 PM permalink
Quote: guitarmandp

You are on the Fire and shooter make the two hardest points (4 & 10) and you think you have a great shot at winning. Shooter goes out on a 6 or 8!

You have a don't pass bet and the point is 10, shooter hits it. Next point is 4 and shooter hits that. You get scarred and decide to wait for a new shooter before going back on the don't pass. Next point is a 6 or 8 and shoot goes out immediately.

You have a large $400 don't pass get, point is 4. You decide to put a little insurance on it with a $50 hard 4. 4 comes easy!

You only have $200 with you and your playing donts. Shooter has a come out roll that goes something like this (7,7 12, 11, 11, 7, 7, point), eating up half your bankroll on a stupid come out roll,

You have been at the casino for several hours and you bought it for $300 and are down $300. You decide to just put all your money on the dont's hoping one bet will get you back to even, shooter rolls an 11 on the come out roll. I can't tell you how many times that has happened to me.



No shame, I've been hit by every one of these scenarios as well, smh
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AlanMendelson
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December 6th, 2014 at 10:34:01 PM permalink
the worst I've seen was this past Thursday at Caesars:

Player walks up to the table and buys in for $3,000. Bets $600 on the place 6 -- and no other bets.
Five shooters in a row fail to roll at least one six.
The player loses all $3,000 and leaves.

Next shooter.

Come out point is 6.
Next roll, hard 6 -- winner.
Next roll, come out 6.
A few rolls later makes the 6.

I am the next shooter. I make four points on the fire bet -- including the 6 twice. Plus I rolled multiple 6s during the other points.
teddys
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December 7th, 2014 at 7:35:02 AM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

the worst I've seen was this past Thursday at Caesars:

Player walks up to the table and buys in for $3,000. Bets $600 on the place 6 -- and no other bets.
Five shooters in a row fail to roll at least one six.
The player loses all $3,000 and leaves.

But how much fun did he have?
"Dice, verily, are armed with goads and driving-hooks, deceiving and tormenting, causing grievous woe." -Rig Veda 10.34.4

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