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Table Games All Small/All Tall/All or Nothing (Craps)

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Rush, Mar 1, 2014.

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  1. Rush

    Rush High-Roller

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    Green Bay just added this wager to the craps tables on Wednesday. I was up there Friday playing, and tossed $6 to cover the wagers on a shooter. He went ahead and hit all three. Another guy had $5 each out there, so he cleaned up, but I mad a nice little <$500


    The thing is.....he rolled about a dozen more rolls before hitting his point, and we had the option of re-loading. I got back on for another $2 each, he got on for $5 again, and naturally......about five other guys tossed a buck a spot down. I told them they were a little late to the party! Well......I was wrong! He went back through the numbers again! The last number he needed was 2, and it took him about 10 minutes to get it once it was the last number. The roof about came off the place when he hit it! His very next toss was a seven out.

    Once again though, I looked around and the guy with the $5 bets and I were the only ones who really made any money on the roll! I had $150 on the 5, $100 on the 9, $90 each on the 6/8 and $50 each on the 4/10, and $1,500 in the rack. The other guy made about 5 grand, but he was pretty aggressive.


    I love that game, and these rolls have made me a winner at the table on 5 straight trips! I am going again today to see if I can catch another, but I am staying away from the AT/AS/AON bet, as it's a killer for the bankroll that I just caught at the right time.


    Good luck on you next roll!
     
  2. CrapsGenius

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    It's a tough bet that does catch up to you fast. I think it should pay much more than it says.
     
  3. Mario's Backroom

    Mario's Backroom Low-Roller

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    I played it at Four Winds in New Buffalo MI. Back to back shooters hit the All Small. I had $5 up there each time. One lesson I learned was to cover your $5/$5/$5 bet (all small/all tall/all or nothing) with $15 on the pass line...a 7 wipes the bet. First few times I was at table min, and losing when a 7 hit. Good luck to all!
     
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    NYNY has it.
    I prefer this bet over the Fire bet.
     
  5. TIMSPEED

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    I also prefer A/T/S over the fire bet.
    First time playing it at Sams Town, wife nails the trifecta! I only had $1 on each, but a guy had $5 on each and really cleaned up.
    Also, if you have a shooter that can roll them all, then you're going to make money anyway. As it means they're rolling lots of numbers...
    In all my years of playing, I think the most I've EVER won on a session is like $1200 (I play on $5 tables, and I think the most I've ever put on a table is like $150)
     
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    I prefer the fire bet only in the fact that you can make one bet per shooter. The a/t/s gets reset after every 7 so you may have to make it several times per shooter.
     
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    I think all the MLife casinos in Las Vegas now have this bet.

    It is a high % house advantage wager.

    When I'm winning I throw $15 in and $1 each for the dealers.
    I know it's a dumb bet but I like it when the table is really hot.

    Last year I was playing at Aria with a friend.He was standing to the Stick's right and I was on the left.
    We were throwing in $10 on each.
    He shot all three and I did the same back to back.

    You could hear the cheering all the way to the front door!!!
     
  8. hail2skins

    hail2skins Low-Roller

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    The all or nothing bets do have a high HA but not nearly as much as the fire bet.

    I think its cool that they have introduced these "jackpot" type bets to craps, and the way I've found to keep from deplete your bankroll with them is to only make them when you are the shooter. Remember a long time ago when my friend and I were playing at the Cannery and a guy at the other end was putting $5 on the fire on every shooter. That would have to hit one's bankroll pretty good! Think I've only been paid on the fire bet (each time hitting four out of six numbers) three times.
     
  9. stackinchips

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    My trip last May I hit all three twice. The first was on a 2 hour roll at Mirage, where my friend went on a tear. He would have hit all three two times on his roll (possibly three), however the box wouldn't let us bet it again on his roll even after it hit, because he never rolled a seven on the come out (He rolled a seven on his very first roll, and didn't roll one again until he sevened out... in two hours!!). I'm not sure why they wouldn't let us bet it once it's been resolved but whatever.

    The second time on that trip I rolled it on the morning I was leaving on an empty table at NY NY by myself. It took my about 15 or 16 rolls to hit it. My first three rolls were 2, 12, and 3.

    RE: The Firebet vs. AT/AS... I find the firebet to be boring 99% of the time because there's no need to even think about it until you've set the 4th different point, which usually never happens. On the AT/AS it seems like you get to within 1 number on one of the bets almost every roll that's not a point 7 out.
     
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