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ETA: one of the most unlikely things that Iíve done while playing craps. I was at a casino years ago that had a repeater features bet. You had to hit the six six times before a seven (including come outs) to hit. Same for 8s. On my roll, I hit 5 sixes (not all in a row, but all with no seven). Then a come out seven (so repeater bet lost). Then 5 sixes. Then I sevened out.
It was still a money making and long roll but just really funny that I came so close twice to the repeater. I wasnít pressing Place bets that day, unfortunately.
I was playing bubble craps last month and on my turn to shoot, I had eight 6's and six 8's. I'm a DI on the bubble craps, lol. I've got to learn to bet like a DI, lol.
Super Power Press System PB/Buy 4 & 10 (5% vig on buy bets) ---6/8/2021
Bubble Craps - $390 Buy limit
$5 on Buy 4 & 10 each
If either one hits, press one of the numbers to $12.
If a 2nd hit, drop $1.20 and press number to $30
If either one hits, drop $1 and press one of the numbers to $15.
If a 2nd hit, rack $12 and press number to $30
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