Just a little anecdotal story: Aria has a $5 minimum on the All Tall Small bet [total of $15], I'm sure there are some other casinos in Vegas that are the same, but most allow you to play $1 minimum [total of $3]. For some reason the local I play Craps at, Snoqualmie Casino, also has $5 minimum, even though their tables are usually $5 minimum Pass line... Anyway, so I went to my local for a short hour and a half session last night. I bought in for $200, my usual for a $5 table. It was choppy, a bit slow because table was full and lots of crazy bettors. Almost everyone was playing All Tall Small for every shooter AND reloading when they sevened on the come-out. I ended up leaving the table at +$40 for a win thanks to to the final shooter that brought be me up from down -$80 or so. When I got home I thought about all that red on the All Tall Small and realized that in that short session there were 7 shooters, plus three of them sevened on the come-out, and despite two good rolls, no one hit any of the All Tall Small. So if I had been playing I would have lost $165 on just the sidebet! I would have left the table down -$125 instead of up +$40. If one small or tall had hit I would have only added $5 to my total win for the session. It would have had to hit twice to see a real profit. What a drain on the bankroll!! I totally understand that if an All had hit, or a couple of Small/Talls had hit I would have a nice win, but the Small or Tall only hits once out of every 38 rolls, and the All only once out of 190 rolls! My point is to be able to just survive a short and average session I would have needed an additional $200 bankroll to play $5 minimum on the All Tall Small. Yikes!