That's the Fire Bet.Quote: RaleighCraps
I've played the bet at the IP in Biloxi, and you have to make the bet at the start of the shooter's roll. Once they have made a number, they are not going to let you bet it.
That's the Fire Bet.
The All bets are made after any roll of a 7. This includes a mid-roll come out 7.
That's why I specified a mid-roll come out 7.Quote: RaleighCraps
That is true, but think about what happens after a mid roll 7 ??????
That's the conventional wisdom. However, some casinos do NOT allow this type of late Fire Bet.Quote: RaleighCraps
BTW, A Fire Bet can be made late, if the shooter has not yet established a point. In other words, if the new shooter has rolled a couple of craps and a 7, you can still get on the Fire.
Yeah, that's EXACTLY what I'm saying. Although I never played it, I watched for about half an hour at the Wynn. There was only one guy playing. $5 every time ($2 on small and tall, $1 on all). Every time a 7 rolled, come-out or new shooter, he threw in a red. Never got paid during the 30 minutes I was there....Quote: RaleighCraps
Oh, are you saying if a shooter makes their point, and rolls a come out 7, the small, tall, all bets all lose? So they are ACTIVE on come out rolls?
HEY! No fair editing your post while I was quoting it!
Well, not all rules. I.E. Some casinos, buy bets pay the vig up front, some only on a win. The difference is minor. Some Donts bar the 2 instead of the 12. There's no real difference. Etc.Quote: RaleighCraps
One would hope the rules for the Small, Tall, All bet would be standard from casino to casino, especially since we know all the other craps rules are standardized...........
Well, not all rules. I.E. Some casinos, buy bets pay the vig up front, some only on a win. The difference is minor. Some Donts bar the 2 instead of the 12. There's no real difference. Etc.
Yes, per bet. The house edge per roll is lower at casino A, so you'll lose more slowly there.