Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by nursepower, Jun 6, 2013.
What does it mean? I have coupons from my ACG book that say $10 even match bet. What does that mean?
You can put the match play on any $10 bet that pays even money (roulette red/back or odd/even or blackjack for instance).
If your ten dollar bet wins you get $20 plus your $10 back instead of $10 and your $10 back (you lose the voucher).
If it loses you lose the voucher and your ten dollars.
Several of the outside bets at Roulette are even money payoff bets: Red/Black, Odd/Even. Or it could be PASS/DONTPASS at Craps. Or a bet at Blackjack or Mini-Baccarat.
You put down ten dollars and the coupon. The casino will consider it a 20 dollar bet.
If you lose, you lost your ten dollars and your coupon.
If you win, you won your twenty dollar bet but lost your coupon.
NOTE: IF you've a friend with the same coupon, some places will willingly let you straddle a result but other places will call you a she-devil and chase you around the room with a hatchet while invoking the wrath of the Gods upon you.
In 3-Card-Poker to use 'even bet' coupons or promo chips, you can only play them on the Play spot, not on the Ante. (The Ante might get the straight, trips or straight flush bonus).
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