Ibeatyouraces
Ibeatyouraces
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March 26th, 2018 at 8:17:50 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

His cover has just been blown.


Guilty as charged.

P.S. I'm not silly enough to play craps.
DUHHIIIIIIIII HEARD THAT!
Laymedown
Laymedown
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March 27th, 2018 at 11:04:39 AM permalink
Quote: discflicker

The perfect casino customer! Do you also have a strategy? How do you use a good dice setter to make you money? Do you play more aggressively when you see someone setting the dice?



It doesn't matter for the way I play, I'm just making conversation.

I'm the boring player that plays one time per new shooter and only on the come out roll.

I learned this from another member AHIGH and it works for me.

I still lose though, just to keep it honest.

I Lay $40 + $30 + $24 + $24 + $30 + $40 = $188 on the come out roll
The most you could lose in a single roll is $41. You win will be $120 - $6 commission or $114.

I think if I was to play a strategy it would be bet the HORN HI YO or 3-WAY WITH YO bet as described in detail from another member of this forum.

I'm still learning many of the other betting options but I must say if I was betting anything extra it would be the HOP BETS.
Sorry for my many daily posts. I am a retired professional and I love to chat about gambling. I also enjoy reading and can't help but to reply to some fantastic articles.
Joeman
Joeman
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March 27th, 2018 at 11:33:46 AM permalink
Quote: Laymedown

A good example is the member IBEATYOURACES how he tends to turn off his bets when he see's a dice setter shooting at the table. To him, he is convinced that this style of play works for him.

I thought it was WMW that said that.

Wait, are you saying WMW is IBYA? Cover blown indeed! ;)
"Dealer has 'rock'... Pay 'paper!'"
Laymedown
Laymedown
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March 27th, 2018 at 11:51:51 AM permalink
What the hell are you guys talking about?
Are you saying I am WatchMeWin?

1st off, I'm not American
2nd, I'm not from Philly
3rd, I'm probably much better looking

Oh sorry, Wrong guy IBYA = IBEATYOURACES

Never mind, carry on.
Sorry for my many daily posts. I am a retired professional and I love to chat about gambling. I also enjoy reading and can't help but to reply to some fantastic articles.
WatchMeWin
WatchMeWin
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March 27th, 2018 at 12:12:57 PM permalink
Quote: Laymedown

What the hell are you guys talking about?
Are you saying I am WatchMeWin?

1st off, I'm not American
2nd, I'm not from Philly
3rd, I'm probably much better looking

Oh sorry, Wrong guy IBYA = IBEATYOURACES

Never mind, carry on.



Hmmmm..... So what do you look like ? Are you tall, dark, and handsome, with ripped abs?
'Winners hit n run... Losers stick around'
GlenG
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Thanks for this post from:
DeMangoGetARoll
March 27th, 2018 at 1:26:31 PM permalink
DI is a myth, classes are a scam. If so many people claim to be expert DI'ers then why are they not millionaires yet? Theres a facebook group full of people who have taken the golden touch class or something similar, and show off their $500 wins....They should be winning hundreds of thousands per roll right?


Back on topic.

As a dealer its so aggravating/cringe-worthy to see people tip the shooter. Especially if its a roll/couple of rolls where youre sweating your ass off, back cramping, taking care of the players (learning their betting habits/reminding them of their bets if they are missing, passing off come/DC bets, advice, etc...A lot of dealers i work with dont like my methods because i may be a little too nice, but i was taught thats how you get tipped..). When the 7 finally rolls the players tip the shooter, and maybe if were lucky get a couple of dollars.

The real heroes are the ones who get a tip, and immediately give it to the dealers.
jmills
jmills
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March 27th, 2018 at 2:20:39 PM permalink
Quote: GlenG

DI is a myth, classes are a scam. If so many people claim to be expert DI'ers then why are they not millionaires yet? Theres a facebook group full of people who have taken the golden touch class or something similar, and show off their $500 wins....They should be winning hundreds of thousands per roll right?


Back on topic.

As a dealer its so aggravating/cringe-worthy to see people tip the shooter. Especially if its a roll/couple of rolls where youre sweating your ass off, back cramping, taking care of the players (learning their betting habits/reminding them of their bets if they are missing, passing off come/DC bets, advice, etc...A lot of dealers i work with dont like my methods because i may be a little too nice, but i was taught thats how you get tipped..). When the 7 finally rolls the players tip the shooter, and maybe if were lucky get a couple of dollars.

The real heroes are the ones who get a tip, and immediately give it to the dealers.



As a dealer, what kind of tip do you prefer, a straight up tip or a bet? And if a bet, what kind?

I've been playing craps for less than a year and have been tipped twice, including the very first time I shot. I kept hitting the hardways, and a player put ten on the hard six for me, which I then hit. Another time my neighbor gave me $50 after a good roll.
GlenG
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March 27th, 2018 at 2:48:23 PM permalink
Quote: jmills

As a dealer, what kind of tip do you prefer, a straight up tip or a bet? And if a bet, what kind?

I've been playing craps for less than a year and have been tipped twice, including the very first time I shot. I kept hitting the hardways, and a player put ten on the hard six for me, which I then hit. Another time my neighbor gave me $50 after a good roll.




If its a few bucks, play it for the crew, either on top of your odds (if your not at max already) or make a passline/odds. Its nice if a player encourages other players to "build" the bet. One day I had a player who had $1 pass and $1 odds for the dealers..he was telling the other players to use their change to build that bet up...once the odds went max, the pass line would be raised. One roll it was up to $15 Pass with 75 odds on the 6. He would do this every roll..That guy is a hero

I personally like 26/27 across player control.

Straight up tips are good as well if its a higher value ($10+)
Laymedown
Laymedown
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March 27th, 2018 at 5:42:15 PM permalink
Quote: WatchMeWin

Hmmmm..... So what do you look like ? Are you tall, dark, and handsome, with ripped abs?



Hahaha, Sorry WatchMeWin I don't swing that way.
Sorry for my many daily posts. I am a retired professional and I love to chat about gambling. I also enjoy reading and can't help but to reply to some fantastic articles.

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