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Big Six - Big 8. Craps: The Big 6 and 8 (Good or Bad?) by Wilson of MAJASLAPA.EU If you've played craps for any amount of time you've probably seen the big 6 and 8 bet, which is marked at both ends of a craps table. If you have some experience in playing craps, you must have noticed the Big Six and Big Eight, that are to be found at both ends of the table. Jul 19, · Las Vegas discussion forum - A little history: Craps Big 6 and Big 8, page 1.
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However, it is important to know that there is a significant difference in payouts between the place bet and the Big Six and Eight. The difference between the two bets is huge! Bet the Don't Pass? In case any other number is rolled, the dice are rolled again. May 31, Threads: Mobile gaming - play on your phone.
A little history: Craps Big 6 and Big 8
The big 6 and 8 is a lot like another bet on the table known as the place bet. The difference between the two bets is huge! The payoff for a place bet on the 6 and 8 is 7 to 6, and the payoff for the big 6 and 8 is 1 to 1! The same goes for the place bet, but given the 7 to 6 payoff allows the player to likely only lose one chip per 66 chips bet as opposed to one chip per 11 chips bet if betting on the big 6 and 8. If a player places the 6 and 8 the casino edge is around 1.
The two bets are basically almost the same bet but located in different areas on the layout. Do these bets work on the come out roll? The big 6 and 8 are always working on the come out roll while the place 6 and 8 are not working on the come out roll. Depending on where you play craps, you may not even be offered the big 6 and 8 bet. For example, if you go to AC Atlantic City you will not find the big 6 and 8 bet on a craps table as they use to have players fighting over whose bet was whose since the players placed their own bets.
Eventually the casinos decided to eliminate the bet entirely from the layout and only offered the place bets. The big 6 and 8 may not be offered in some casinos but for the majority of casinos it is still in play. My thinking is that the player is simply not educated or ill informed regarding the two differences among the bets.
The place bet is controlled by the dealer who actually puts your chips in the corresponding area based on your location at the table; this takes care of any arguing over who gets the payoff, unless the dealer screws it up. The bottom line, make the place bet and let some other sucker make the big 6 and 8 bet.
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May 31, Threads: July 18th, at These 2 sucker bets arrived on the craps layout in the early s. Craps back then was a game of points. No place bets, put bets were not yet allowed. Bettors wanted a way to bet the 6 and 8 without going thru the come line. They are an all day wager with a house edge of 9. Remember back then NO place or put bets.
Bet the Don't Pass? The don't Pass WON on a This just shows how the bets have evolved for the game of craps.
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May 26, Threads: July 19th, at 9: I would not make a big 6 or big 8 bet. But neither would I laugh at one who did. Thanks for the history lesson - very interesting. Every now and then I see an image of an old craps layout, and it's often striking how much they have changed.
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I ordered your book "Casino Craps: Shoot to Win" and found it entertaining and informative. I did have some comments to make but first I want you to know a little about me. I am 70 years young and about 30 years ago I started frequenting Resorts International and the other casinos in Atlantic City.
First I studied blackjack and was totally bored because I do not like card games. In fact I never sat at a table in the casino, so that idea went out the window.
Next I meandered in the casino and walked up to a craps table and it looked really interesting. I did learn a lesson So I went to the local bookstore and purchased a book about casino craps written by the Playboy consultant on gambling, Edwin Silberstang. That book was worth its weight in gold The more I played, the more I learned. In fact I used to win about 9 out of 10 times! I had self-control, money and knowledge of the game. Now, I hardly play at all because I cannot afford to play as I used to.
I believe I have mastered the modern game of craps and have never lost an argument with a dealer. I just wanted you to know that I am not your average run-of-the-mill craps player. I like to learn and was fascinated by your book but I don't always agree with certain things printed in your book. The 5-Count method to me is a way of figuring that a shooter MIGHT be on a hot roll because as you said, the 5-Count method starts with a point number and ends with a point number and then the betting begins.
It makes perfect sense because no one ever had a monster roll by establishing a point, throwing a few more numbers, then sevening out. Besides, it makes perfect sense to bide your time at the craps table to get comps even if you lose. The one thing I did not agree with was that just because a number has not appeared on the dice it doesn't necessarily have to appear soon. You said that type of thinking was wrong. Silberstang suggested doing the following: Don't worry about making points or throwing the You probably are aware of this exercise but I would bet that most craps players never tried it.