I try to keep to just the pass and come bets when I teach others. But they seem to be distracted by all the money being bet on all the table. It's probably best to learn away from a casino.
The field bet ... a one roll bet.
On a Florida Day-Boat, they closed the craps table after they got hit by a team several years ago.
The lessons at the Venetian make use of a set of signs that cover the layout and emphasize the basic bets, payouts, etc.
I've long felt that dealer's schools should have an expanded layout such as you describe. Center bets and hop bets just don't need to be included in an introductory lesson.
OK. I'll bite. What bet did this 'team' make that they had an advantage over the casino? Does this casino close a slot machine after someone hits a jackpot on it?
Sorry. My earlier post must have been unclear. About a decade ago the Florida Day Boat was targeted by a team of dice crooks that are well trained to block the Boxman's view at critical times, inject their own dice into the game, etc. This was several years ago and the casino's response was to simply not staff the craps table. Then a few years ago they reopened the craps table but were doing it only Friday thru Sunday, now its open Thursday evening through Sunday.Quote: SOOPOO
OK. I'll bite. What bet did this 'team' make that they had an advantage over the casino?
I seem to see the same old (older) faces each time I visit my casinos. No new blood. Do you agree? What is needed to get more and younger players?