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If you're not going to AP with them and want to have some fun, pick the lowest house edge in the game you like the most and have fun.

If they are play once and lose then do numbers at roulette.Quote:Wizardofnothing...they are one time use not play till you lose chips...

If they were play till you lose then you might well play any reasonable Even money game - for instance (using round numbers)

Roulette Red/Black - Pr$490 on Red; Pr$490 on Black; Pr$20 on Zero (single zero assumed) will either leave you with $700+Pr$20 or Pr$490 + $490. Eventually you're going to get most of it out. (Similar logic applies to Craps.)

However if it's once use only then you're better off betting numbers on roulette (again assuming single-zero, though double-zero is second best option.)

Roulette Red/Black - Red 495 Black 495 Zero 10 = get back 495 or 495 or 350.

Roulette Numbers - Pr$27 on each number (total wager = 999!) - cash returned is 35*27 = $945. (Even if it was 38 number, you'd get back 26*35 = $910.)

btw if you come across a "free bet if you lose at the horses" then similar logic applies, assuming all else equal (which it usually isn't) you're better off backing an outsider than the favourite or on a handicap race like the Grand National where there's lots of runners (although these days the HE has become lousy).

Quote:charliepatrickIf they are play once and lose then do numbers at roulette.

If they were play till you lose then you might well play any reasonable Even money game - for instance (using round numbers)

Roulette Red/Black - Pr$490 on Red; Pr$490 on Black; Pr$20 on Zero (single zero assumed) will either leave you with $700+Pr$20 or Pr$490 + $490. Eventually you're going to get most of it out. (Similar logic applies to Craps.)

However if it's once use only then you're better off betting numbers on roulette (again assuming single-zero, though double-zero is second best option.)

Roulette Red/Black - Red 495 Black 495 Zero 10 = get back 495 or 495 or 350.

Roulette Numbers - Pr$27 on each number (total wager = 999!) - cash returned is 35*27 = $945. (Even if it was 38 number, you'd get back 26*35 = $910.)

btw if you come across a "free bet if you lose at the horses" then similar logic applies, assuming all else equal (which it usually isn't) you're better off backing an outsider than the favourite or on a handicap race like the Grand National where there's lots of runners (although these days the HE has become lousy).

Charlie op stated even money bets only