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Jul 05, · Las Vegas discussion forum - Treasure Island Craps Bet: All Small, All Tall, All or Nothing at All, page 1. Oct 05, · Good news and maybe bad news Good news: The casino I normally played at changed their cloth. They added the Small Tall All. Jul 12, · Las Vegas discussion forum - All, Tall, Small Bonus Rules Clarified, page 1.
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The program plays million games. Although they won their Pass Line bets, they boo you for rolling a 7 because their Small, Tall, and All bets lose. Since you rolled a craps to lose the last game, you now roll again to start a new game i. As each number is rolled, the Boxman puts a corresponding little button in the appropriate little circle. Your thoughts please, other than practice more.
Small Tall and ALL
Good news and maybe bad news Good news: The casino I normally played at changed their cloth. They added the Small Tall All bets. Small and Tall bets pays 35 for 1 All bets pays for 1 The tables bounce is just like my table at home so I feel comfortable throwing there. Any advice on how to play Small , Tall and All?
Do I just play my game and if I win great but don't change my game plan? I'm thinking on trying for the extreme outside numbers first then bet on my place number. That way is I 7 out it will not cost me as much. Your thoughts please, other than practice more. Would you play this side bet?
How would you play it. LZNam Congrats on hitting the Tall a few times. I always play the side bets All, Tall and Small, Hardways and Firebets as I am an across the board shooter and over the last 4 years have had success. In other words my winnings have overshadowed my bets. It is frustrating when you need that one last number.
I don't particularly like the tables there as they seem to me to be extremely bouncy, not to mentioned zombie-ish crews. I also needed to hit the 2 in order to hit the ALL. But I do use the Hardway set with the axis of , with the hard 8 on top. I new I had to try it on the comeout and since I had hit 11 other numbers we know the chance is very limited timewise. I could try either that set and maybe try to "tilt" my toss from SL1 , in other words dip my hand towards the stick but I'm not that good yet.
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In it he described three new wagers that have been introduced on the Craps games at Wynn and Encore hotel casinos. The names of the three wagers are in the title of this article. Each of the three bets can only be made after a seven has been rolled. The bets are placed in three spaces located in front of the Box Person. Let me describe the All Small bet for you.
The All Small bet is a wager that all of the small numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be rolled before the 7 occurs. If all of the small numbers occur before the 7 the player is paid It is the Box Person's responsibility to keep track of this wager as follows: There are five circles behind the betting area labeled 2 through 6. Every time one of those numbers is rolled the Box Person places a lammer in the circle corresponding to that number.
For this wager the tall numbers are ignored. Once all the circles are covered the player wins. If the seven occurs before all of the small numbers are rolled, the player loses his wager, the circles are cleared and a new game begins. To calculate a house edge for this wager, one must obtain the probability that all of the small numbers are rolled before the seven. One can calculate this using the same techniques that one uses to obtain probabilities for the Fire Bet, however it is not an easy calculation.
I chose to do this using a simulation. I wrote a short program that randomly rolls the dice and keeps track of what small numbers have occurred; it ignores the tall numbers.
As long as the seven does not show, the program keeps rolling the dice. Once the seven occurs the program stores the number of small numbers that have occurred in an array called state, wipes clean the variables that store the numbers that have occurred, and begins a new game. The program plays million games. State 3 , for example, records how many times three small numbers have occurred before the seven. All we really need is the probability that all five small numbers occur before the seven.
Choosing the Smartest Bets 1 Always prioritize the safest bets on the table. If you have a massive bankroll and can stand to lose lots of money for the thrill of a few big wins, you can probably make high-risk, high-reward bets to your heart's content. Otherwise, it's smart to take only the safest bets - the ones that offer the smallest house edge. By doing so, you minimize your risk - while the house will still have a mathematical advantage, it will be as low as possible.
Though there are many, many betting possibilities in the game of craps, the safest bets are, luckily, fairly simple. The simplest, most fundamental bet in the game of craps, the pass bet, is also one of the very safest, with a low house edge of 1. If another number is rolled, this number becomes the "point" and the shooter continues rolling. If a 7 is rolled before the point is rolled again, you lose, while if the point is rolled again before a 7, you win.
Don't make pass bets after the come out roll - this is allowed, but the value of the bet diminishes. The don't pass bet is almost the opposite of the pass bet - 2 or 3 on the come out roll win, 7 or 11 lose 12 pushes. If a point is established, you win if a 7 comes before the point and lose if the point comes first. The don't pass bet can be considered one of the single safest bets on the table as the house edge for this bet is only 1.
However, note that most players generally make pass bets, so if you make don't pass bets, you'll win when they lose and vice versa. This can create the table dynamic of you "going against" everyone else, which some people like and some don't. Like pass bets, don't pass bets pay even money.
Odds bets are somewhat unique in that they are truly fair - the house has no edge at all on these bets. However, odds bets can only be made on top of other bets, so, if you make an odds bet, the house still has an edge albeit a diminished one on your overall wager. Odds bets usually have a maximum bet amount that is some multiple of your pass or don't pass bet - 2X, 3X, 5X, etc. By taking the maximum odds bet every time you make a pass or don't pass bet, you maximize your winning potential and lower the house edge on your overall wager.