Originally Posted by The Detonator
I spent a lot of time playing craps at the Aria and 99% of my tips under $5 were pushed back for a bet, so I would throw in $5 and say "for your hard work" and they would then place it on the winline and say "I'm with you on this one" or even throw it on a hardway
Whenever I gave a $25 or more it went straight into the box.
However I do remember when I played at the Bellagio for a couple of days, majority of my tips went straight into the box. If I threw out a red bird it went straight down, rather than the dealer wanting to play. FWIW I think the B dealers were a touch older (and old school) than the Aria dealers
Whats a lot to tip say a 5 hour session where you might win 1k?
To me tipping your typical pass-line bet once per hour is very much on the generous side. More than that just seems sloppy and a good deal less than that should still be overly acceptable, particularly as the size of your avg passline bet increases. JMO.
BTW, really like the winline terminology.