What the hell is that? Well, that's how much the casino expects to make off of you given the avg bets per hour at what level you play. Well did you know that with perfect play at only single odds the game of Craps has one of the lowest houses expectancies of any game, followed closely by Black Jack? I mean, statistics don't lie and if you play at any given game with the perfect strategy with no deviations the house take will be below $40 for 16, that's right, 16 Hours of play. But, a dollar slot player might lose as much as $1200 dollars over a 16 hour run. Go figure? Roulette is around a hundred and sixty bucks. There's no way you can get around it, the casinos weren't built on winners. But, there are winners and you too can be one if the timing is right and the stars are aligned for you today! Just save some for cab fare home. added later, I forgot to mention the betting level was a $5 table with $5 single odds. On the 5 and 9 you have to increase your bet size accordingly to get the true 3 to 2 payoff if your point hits. I usually go to double odds, $10. It keeps it simpler and 10 will work on any point. As far as Black Jack it's play basic strategy on a five dollar table.