The Museum's website doesn't provide any more info than the approx. date of
the craps table's structural build. Any layouts and pyramids are suspect.
For example, some of these tables may have been resurfaced with pyramids
added in order to promote their sale at an auction, long before the Museum
obtained the item.
Some interesting wall ribbings look much more vintage than our pyramids which
would have to have withstood almost no modifications for 100 years??!
I have no idea what that means. The only other bets seem to be Line, Field, and Over/Under 7. Simple for the dealer and perhaps boring for the players?
Oct 19, 2009
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Bogart has 6 and 9 rather than six and nine.