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pwcrabb
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Laymedown
March 26th, 2018 at 3:07:16 PM permalink
Horn Bet Calculator

The standard bet has four units: one unit on each of the horn numbers.
The "high" bet has five units: two units on a selected number and one unit on the other numbers.

In most casinos, the payouts are 30 to 1 for the tips Two and Twelve.

The standard bet pays 27 units for the tips Two and Twelve.
The standard bet pays 12 units for Yo and Three.
Simply remember "27 or 12" and then multiply.

The "high" bet pays 57 units if the winning number is a tip with two units
The "high" bet pays 27 units if the winning number is Yo or Three with two units
The "high" bet pays 26 units if the winning number is a tip with one unit
The "high" bet pays 11 units if the winning number is Yo or Three with one unit
Simply remember "57 or 27 or 26 or 11" and then multiply.

The question presented has a $25 Horn High Twelve. Simply multiply the $5 unit times 57.
Laymedown
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March 26th, 2018 at 4:02:19 PM permalink
Once again, you guys are super awesome. I think I am now a HORN HIGH expert. Much appreciated for all the replies.
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FleaStiff
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March 26th, 2018 at 4:04:26 PM permalink
Quote: pwcrabb

The question presented has a $25 Horn High Twelve. Simply multiply the $5 unit times 57.

Now I remember why I only do Line Bets and occasional Odds bets. Five times fifty-seven. Sure. IF I am able to successfully hitchhike to Spring Fling and we get a craps game going wherein such a horn bet wins, I'll figure the payout sometime in 2019 maybe.
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March 26th, 2018 at 4:49:30 PM permalink
Quote: DeMango

A horn hi ace deuce is the only logical bet to make on the comeout, if one wishes to hedge. The don't player might wish to go horn hi yo. Lesser amounts of money to hedge is always better, an 11/12 for the DP, any craps for PL. But in the long run they all suck profit.

I wish someone would explain to me the logic behind "High, Low, Yo" . What does it do beside sound good coming out of your mouth? Probably something to do with the spirit of stupid!

Horn High Ace-Deuce should be $4 craps an $1 yo. You’ll get an extra $1 when a 12 is rolled (assuming you are playing at a "to 1" place.)
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March 26th, 2018 at 10:56:21 PM permalink
Quote: miplet

Horn High Ace-Deuce should be $4 craps an $1 yo. You’ll get an extra $1 when a 12 is rolled (assuming you are playing at a "to 1" place.)


You are right of course. if you are on the pass line, why bet the yo at all? Problem solved: $35 pass line with $5 craps check. Or just bet $1 ace deuce per $15 pass line bet. ya takes yer chances and only cover 50% of craps chances. Since I use the Hard ways set, my craps results are more than 50% for the ace deuce.
Laymedown
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March 28th, 2018 at 1:14:59 PM permalink
I like this idea of the 3-WAY bet.
I see these numbers rolled just as much as I see the 6,8 and the payout amounts are crazy 15 to 1, 30 to 1.
I think this is a much better bet than the DC bet.
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ontariodealer
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March 28th, 2018 at 2:42:06 PM permalink
ill be nice here....to say a horh high 12 is better than a dc bet is like saying you would choose the guatemalian army to defend yourself rather than the u.s. army.
get second you pig
Laymedown
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March 28th, 2018 at 3:07:50 PM permalink
But i'm told the 3-Way pays better. with an additional chip on eleven. Hey a buck is a buck.
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ontariodealer
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March 28th, 2018 at 3:11:03 PM permalink
there are four bets to make in craps.............pass and come............don't pass and dc..............take/lay as many odds as your bankroll allows and ignore every other bet. But you won't so at least have fun.
get second you pig
Laymedown
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March 28th, 2018 at 3:34:23 PM permalink
Ok, my mind is spinning.

Can I bet all 4? at the same time.

I know I can bet the Doey/Don't for 10 each (a buck on midnight) with my choice to put or lay odds in behind.
But, can I do the same thing with COME/DON'T COME while having place bets on all the numbers?

Secondly, I don't mean to sound personal but your name says dealer. Are you a craps dealer?
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