Was talking about craps over the weekend with a friend and we were discussing craps table minimums. Sometimes I wish that table minimums were like roulette, in that it's an aggregate minimum. For instance let's say I'm a guy who plays roughly $50 a roll to start. On a $5 table, I can play pass line, full odds, and go all the way across (yes I know that can be more than $50 but just play along). I'm betting more than 10x the table min. Now let's say I'm at a $10 table, but I don't want to have more than the $50 at risk. Now I can only play pass line, full odds, and maybe 1 place bet. For me as the bettor, I've lost "action" where now I only have a couple of numbers that win me any money, which diminishes my entertainment value. The house hasn't really gained anything as I have the same amount of money at risk, (maybe even lost theo) because I'm just playing an extra $5 on the pass, but less on all the place bets and more on the odds which have no HA. So my question is, why don't casinos allow for aggregate minimums like roulette? Maybe they could exclude odds since there's not HA? In the two scenarios above, wouldn't the betting pattern in example 1 ($5 table) be more advantageous to the casino than someone on a $10 table only playing pass line and full odds, or even worse someone just placing the 6 for $12? Anyone have any thoughts on this?