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tuttigym
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May 30th, 2010 at 9:16:49 AM permalink
Recently a second time female player descended on a craps table in Atlantic City. She threw a remarkable 153 times without a 7 out which occurred on her 154th toss. It was touted as a new world record for both consecutive tosses w/o a 7 out and in time of holding the dice at one turn in excess of 4 hours, I believe.

What are the world records for:

1. Consecutive successful passes?

2. Consecutive successful point conversions?

3. Consecutive Come Out natural winners (7 & 11)?

4. Consecutive Come Out craps?

5. Consecutive rolls w/o hitting a 6? (not point conversion, just the number)

6. Consecutive rolls w/o hitting an 8? (not point conversion, just the number)

Are such records kept??

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May 30th, 2010 at 12:48:36 PM permalink
I have never heard of records kept to this detail. Some of the older records were expressed as consecutive points made, and as hours holding the dice. I am not sure how many points were made on this record 154 rolls of the dice. The only anecdotal comment that I read was that she only rolled two or three 7's on the come out roll.

The Borgata says they only lost $185K on the table during the roll. It was full of small betters.
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May 30th, 2010 at 6:55:37 PM permalink
I agree, I doubt anybody keeps track of that. The walkway between the California and Main Street Station has a craps "Hall of Fame" with plaques for players who hold the dice more than a defined period of time, around two hours I think.
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May 31st, 2010 at 7:00:56 AM permalink
When I was very young and living in Calif., my dad would take us to LV about three times a year - the '50s. One time, at the old Sahara, a player created a huge amount of excitement. He made thirty (30) straight passes before the 7 out. The hotel placed the dice on a pink silk pillow in a glass case at the entrance to the casino in the lobby. The narrative stated that the shooter made (from memory a long time ago) $7,500 and the table paid out about $35,000 to the other players. Huge money back then.

It is hard to conceive that that might be the current world record after all this time. It would seem that with all the current technology and improvements in communications, such records or numbers would be available even with all the privacy concerns. Or perhaps not.

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May 31st, 2010 at 7:24:34 AM permalink
Quote: tuttigym

It is hard to conceive that that might be the current world record after all this time. It would seem that with all the current technology and improvements in communications, such records or numbers would be available even with all the privacy concerns. Or perhaps not.



As far as I know there's no way to measure and account for every individual bet at a craps table. Sure the dealers keep track of individual bets, but not a list of all individual bets over time. Once they collect a bet or pay it off, that's it.

You could measure and track all the action in two different ways: 1) with a Rapid Craps table or a similar semi-electronic deal; 2) by using RFID enabled chips and recording the result of each roll in the same system tracking the chips. With that info, assuming you only track pass line bets, you could have accurate results for any number of rolls you wanted, or any time period you chose. Tracking all other bets would require more ifnormation input, such as which player bet which hardway, hop, etc.
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May 31st, 2010 at 7:45:08 AM permalink
Quote: Nareed

As far as I know there's no way to measure and account for every individual bet at a craps table. Sure the dealers keep track of individual bets, but not a list of all individual bets over time. Once they collect a bet or pay it off, that's it.

You could measure and track all the action in two different ways: 1) with a Rapid Craps table or a similar semi-electronic deal; 2) by using RFID enabled chips and recording the result of each roll in the same system tracking the chips. With that info, assuming you only track pass line bets, you could have accurate results for any number of rolls you wanted, or any time period you chose. Tracking all other bets would require more ifnormation input, such as which player bet which hardway, hop, etc.



Score one (1!) for RapidCraps...finally.
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May 31st, 2010 at 2:27:36 PM permalink
When that gal in AC did her 154 roll for a "world record," I am sure that there wasn't anybody standing on the side with a clicker counting the rolls. They went to the video tape, I am guessing for the exact number. It would seem that if there was an anomaly happening during a session, there would be a record of such just to be placed on the record such as consecutive Come Out natural winners, Come out craps, consecutive successful passes, as well as very long rolls.

Oh well just a thought.

Thanks all for jumping in.

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May 31st, 2010 at 2:33:26 PM permalink
i think it was four queens downtown las vegas where they had a clicker on the table that the boxman would hit after each roll a 7 wasnt rolled.
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May 31st, 2010 at 2:42:55 PM permalink
Quote: rudeboyoi

i think it was four queens downtown las vegas where they had a clicker on the table that the boxman would hit after each roll a 7 wasnt rolled.

I know at the Freemont Casino downtown they have an electronic display that the box keeps rolls of each shooters hand. Someone should keep track of records and have bonus payouts when someone breaks a record!
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May 31st, 2010 at 5:19:33 PM permalink
A few months ago, Showboat A.C. put in a similar clicker. High roll of the week won some silly minor prize.

The problem is, the boxman frequently forgot to click, then would remember and estimate the number of rolls he missed. It was a joke.


Yeah, that roll at Borgata had to go to the video to get the accurate count.
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