AlanMendelson
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July 25th, 2021 at 1:52:43 PM permalink
A frequent craps player at Red Rock has been tresspassed and it was his fault. He really pushed too far claiming too often that the dealers failed to properly move his chips to winning numbers, or that bets were not booked and the chips were locked up.

It wasn't just a daily occurrence-- it happened several times each hour.

And when the player was shooting he'd throw the dice too high and too often off the table.

Good riddance.

I wish other disruptive players would get the axe too. But in this case the player bet small. He might have only $40 on the table.

But I've seen players with $300 action get away with more antics probably because they were bigger bettors.
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July 25th, 2021 at 2:25:49 PM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

A frequent craps player at Red Rock has been tresspassed and it was his fault. He really pushed too far claiming too often that the dealers failed to properly move his chips to winning numbers, or that bets were not booked and the chips were locked up.

It wasn't just a daily occurrence-- it happened several times each hour.

And when the player was shooting he'd throw the dice too high and too often off the table.

Good riddance.

I wish other disruptive players would get the axe too. But in this case the player bet small. He might have only $40 on the table.

But I've seen players with $300 action get away with more antics probably because they were bigger bettors.

Its amazing how much time and effort people put into playing craps with all the lingo, rules, etiquette, systems, this that and the other thing all just to play a game that will eventually get your money.

I get the initial appeal, I get that it might be fun once in a while, but people who play it many times a week, I will never understand.
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July 26th, 2021 at 8:10:18 AM permalink
I imagine people see famous craps scenes from movies and tv shows and believe that's the way you're supposed to act at the tables. Craps is the ultimate "everyone cheer or groan" game. When you're shooter, it's like you're Joe DiMaggio up at bat in your mind, when in reality you're just a RNG clicking down until you roll 7s.
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July 26th, 2021 at 9:39:13 AM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

A frequent craps player at Red Rock has been tresspassed and it was his fault. He really pushed too far claiming too often that the dealers failed to properly move his chips to winning numbers, or that bets were not booked and the chips were locked up.

It wasn't just a daily occurrence-- it happened several times each hour.



I always wanted to see people like that get the boot. Makes the game unpleasant for other people and that amount of angle shooting gets grating fast.
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July 26th, 2021 at 9:45:03 AM permalink
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But I've seen players with $300 action get away with more antics probably because they were bigger bettors.


Part of the horse crappery of the casino business. Bad behavior is bad behavior. The local bar boots you regardless of your drink if you are acting like a jackass. The fact that casinos set 2 rules for behavior…one for ploppies and a different one for bigger bettors is pretty pathetic, IMO.
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July 26th, 2021 at 9:49:13 AM permalink
Quote: TDVegas

Part of the horse crappery of the casino business. Bad behavior is bad behavior. The local bar boots you regardless of your drink if you are acting like a jackass. The fact that casinos set 2 rules for behavior…one for ploppies and a different one for bigger bettors is pretty pathetic, IMO.



You are mistaken if you think most bars don't have different rules for different people. In fact, I can think of few business's that don't apply standards on a selective basis.
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July 26th, 2021 at 1:12:39 PM permalink
Your title is clickbait for dice setters. Trespassed for winning too much due to dice setting would validate their delusion.
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July 26th, 2021 at 1:32:52 PM permalink
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You are mistaken if you think most bars don't have different rules for different people. In fact, I can think of few business's that don't apply standards on a selective basis.


Casinos are notorious for “serf” and “nobleman” distinctions. 2 lines everywhere. Off limit sports book seats, betting windows, cashiers, rewards desk.

While other businesses may have some selective doling out of punishment, casinos are the epitome of “all are not created equal and we make sure you know that”.

I jest somewhat….but I’ve seen enough bad behavior punishment NOT being meted out close to equal.

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