I was setting for the seven
apparently just setting the dice was enough to set him off.
Pit bosses, and crews have made it plain and simple, DON’T PLAY HERE.
Some Pit Bosses need to go back to basic customer service. What may happen is they don't get the concept of "house edge." I've had arguments with dealers who insist 3rd base play in BJ can affect the table. Surely they believe stuff about craps. An unknown but positive number of these dealers move up the food chain.
I saw an interview with Ed Thorpe in an old issue of Sports Illustrated from the 1960s. When he talked about being backroomed and slipped mickeys by the casinos, SI wanted to know why the pit staff would care so much about one counter when the house edge was so overwhelmingly in their favour over the long run. Thorpe said something to the effect of, "these guys can't even see the long run; they only care what happens tonight." That was like half a century ago. Nice to know times have changed ....
So how long was it taking you to do this? From what you described they either noticed your results or your actions and it seems it was the setting that ticked the pit boss off.Quote: MrRalph
I was setting for the seven.
when I see more than one dice setter at the table I leave, becasue its gonna be like watchin paint dry waiting for those clowns to shoot!
Really? Most setters do it in 5 seconds. I'm more annoyed by the guys that roll the dice in front of them a bunch of times before the "real" roll.