Thinking of doing this on my upcoming trip: Start off my morning gambling foray by throwing a Benjamin on the roulette table and bet it all on Black. Win or lose, I leave. Do this every day of my trip. If I win, I have an extra benjamin to play craps, VP, or slots. If I lose, well... I'll consider it loss control and part of money mgt. because I tend to chase big losses when playing roulette. (Losing a benjamin on one bet is a big loss for me.) Do they allow "money plays" in roulette? I know they allow it in craps, depending on the boxman. I've heard sometimes the dealer will have to check with the pit critter or they'll say I have to buy-in with chips then bet it all if I wish. "Money plays" will work for me because I'll just throw the hundy down before I lose my nerve. If I have to buy-in the time factor to do so will make me think twice about it and I might chicken out. Do they still allow this in roulette?