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Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Clarkgriswald, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. Clarkgriswald

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    craps table. What's your strategy. You're playing on the good side.
     
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    What's the table minimum?
     
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    It's gotta be $5....

    $5 pass line
    Full odds
    $6 six and eight.
    $1 on the hard ways.

    Hope I get a decent roll early on to be able to win and press.
     
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  4. Clarkgriswald

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    What would you buy in for on a $10 table and would you do the same bets?
     
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    Double the buy in and make it $400, but even then I think that's too light if you intend on playing $10 pass with max odds; you may have to stick to 2x odds and $12 place bets on on 6&8. But honestly, for that, I wouldn't think about playing with less than $800 buy in. After the come out roll, you'll have around $85 on the table and having $800 buyin will allow you to "last" through about 10 shooters.

    You need to have a large enough BR for that session to ride out the string of PSO's. Too often I've seen a guy walk up with $200 and play as described and leave the table after 3 or 4 shooters and miss out on a decent roll after the 5th shooter, simply because he wasn't properly funded for that session. Of course there's no guarantee that the 5th roller will be a good one, or the 13th roller, but if you don't have the enough bullets to fight the good fight, you might as well save them for another day and just walk away. My 2 cents.
     
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  6. Clarkgriswald

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    Thanks for the info. I would usually buy in for 200 and then if I was feeling it I would do 200 more. You come out in May and show me how it's done. :)
     
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    What i've said isn't sage advice or anything new but has been repeated often on these interwebs. You can read up on some rudimentary BR management talk for craps here
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    That would be damn near my MO, given the OP's hypotheticals. Though I'd probably just do the hard ways as "I felt it" and might go $12 on the 6/8.
     
  9. Clarkgriswald

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    Thanks that looks like some good reading.

    I'd like to play with a guy like you that has a hefty bankroll just to see it in action and what it can do.
     
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    I like $10 tables but I will play a $5 table if I see one. I almost always play at Bellagio and they 99% of the never have a $5 table.
     

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