Clownkeeper
Clownkeeper
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September 25th, 2011 at 8:31:18 AM permalink
Im sure this has been thought of before, but I couldn't find anything on a search. This is how it would work. 3 friends each with $500 bank roll pool their money together and play at a $5 table. Player one makes pass line bet with 3-4-5x odds then buys the 4 and 10 with $25 each. Player two makes pass line with 3-4-5x odds then places the 5 for $25 and the 6 for $30. Player three make pass line with 3-4-5x odds and places the 8 for $30 and 9 for $25. So after the point is established all the numbers are covered and keep them up until 7 out. After players 2 and 3 has two hits, raise the bet on one number by $10. Player one can double his bet on one number after 3 hits. Play for a set time then divide the winnings. What do u think??? Im thinking if the point hits alot this could be a good idea. One thing that could go wrong for example is if the 4 and 10 rarely hit then player 1 could lose his bankroll faster than the other two and bring the profit margin down.

With that, I would have to ask about a two man team that each make a pass line bet with same odds as above and player one places the 5 and 6 and player 2 places 8 and 9 as above and just dont play the 4 and 10 unless its the point.

Would the casino have a problem with this??
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SOOPOO
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September 25th, 2011 at 8:39:59 AM permalink
No....
buzzpaff
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September 25th, 2011 at 9:03:35 AM permalink
Let's get 11 friends, take over the table, and win 4 times as much ??
dwheatley
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September 25th, 2011 at 9:06:19 AM permalink
The casino wouldn't have a problem with this because 3 people playing a losing game add up to .... 3 times the losing.

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Clownkeeper
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September 25th, 2011 at 9:12:17 AM permalink
So what makes this such a bad idea???
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buzzpaff
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September 25th, 2011 at 9:39:23 AM permalink
Lets see, three times the losing action equals, OMG, it can't be 3 times the losses in the long run, can it ??? I wonder !!
FinsRule
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September 25th, 2011 at 9:51:17 AM permalink
I am confused why you need a team. Can't you figure out a way to accomplish all of this by yourself pretty much?
Mosca
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September 25th, 2011 at 12:50:51 PM permalink
If you took three times the bankroll, and did it all yourself, you wouldn't have to cut the other two guys in on all the spoils. That's three times as much, and all for you.

Just sayin'.
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heather
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September 25th, 2011 at 2:45:34 PM permalink
Yeah. Since they're all betting Pass, I don't see why this wouldn't work with just one person placing all the bets.

Incidentally, they all lose everything on the table every time seven hits because they're all right-way.
NandB
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October 5th, 2011 at 1:16:02 AM permalink
Well-done Heather, they get skewered. Sounds like a tourist trip. Lets all bet the with the shooter and see who wins more. When in fact, its really who loses less.

N&B
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