I am wondering if in Craps you will get the same even money outcomes (streaks) like in roulette, where it is possible that the same colour can come up 30+ times easily?

And is the distripution of getting x wins in a row the same of getting x losses?

Thanks

On a single-zero wheel, the chance of one color appearing thirty+ times consecutively is about 1 in 1.2 billion.Quote:masterjHello,

I am wondering if in Craps you will get the same even money outcomes (streaks) like in roulette, where it is possible that the same colour can come up 30+ times easily?

And is the distripution of getting x wins in a row the same of getting x losses?

Thanks

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It does not happen very easily. For reference purposes, the longest craps roll in history (154) was about a 1 in 6 billion chance

What about the distripution of x wins in a row vs x losses? Are these the same like red/black in roulette?

Do you think the varianz is even higher in Craps cpmpared to Roulette?

Appreciate your input

I could expect a streak of 6 or more wins on the PB 6, 8 a few times per 400 rolls.

If a streak of 6 in a row happens 2^6 = 64 rolls, that'd be 6.25 times per 400 rolls. Of course that'd be less for the 6/5 PB 6,8 bets. Only come-out rolls and point resolve rolls count on the PL, so what am I even talking about?

Roulette has much more immediate results, so playing that game will get you more streaks quicker, unless your roulette table is super slow.

At the level of algebra, Streaks of Red have probabilities of (18/38) times itself for as many repetitions as you want to calculate. Similarly, Streaks of Passes have probabilities of (1952/3960) times itself for as many repetitions as you want to calculate.

Statistical Variance and observed Volatlity will be slightly greater for Roulette.

thank you for your input!

Do you know where I can find even money outcome lists for the Don't pass bet in Craps like Red / Black in roulette?

For a 50/50 coin flip, you have a 1/64 chance of winning the next 6 flips. Each trial will last, on average, 1.96875 flips. To get 6.25 streaks of 6 you can expect it to take about 64 * 1.96875 * 6.25 =~ 788 flips. This is an estimate.Quote:ChumpChangeI try to win streaks on the Pass Line, which is different than trying to win streaks on Pass Line Odds bets.

I could expect a streak of 6 or more wins on the PB 6, 8 a few times per 400 rolls.

If a streak of 6 in a row happens 2^6 = 64 rolls, that'd be 6.25 times per 400 rolls. Of course that'd be less for the 6/5 PB 6,8 bets. Only come-out rolls and point resolve rolls count on the PL, so what am I even talking about?

Roulette has much more immediate results, so playing that game will get you more streaks quicker, unless your roulette table is super slow.

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It takes an average of 2^7 - 2 = 126 flips to get a streak of 6 wins. So you can estimate 400/126 =~ 3.17 such streaks in 400 flips