Originally Posted by SheetWise
No -- it's just that anyone tipping that heavy hasn't got a chance. Even at 10% -- If you tip $10 on a $100 win, and tip $10 in the process of booking a $100 loss -- even on a 50/50 proposition you're coming out of the chute 40/60. That's a game you can't win.
Sheetwise, I agree with you totally. You prolly are the top poster in this subforum but yea I see long run, spewing winning sessions like this will hurt me in the long run. However I'm def blinded by the fact I win a majority of the time I play craps playing the donts.
Brag: I consider myself so good at craps sometimes because literally atleast 4-5 times playing the donts, I've emptied a table bc everyone is betting the pass. (I'm joking about being good, I know its a game of chance). I know sooner or later I will hit a run bad streak where I lose starting br quickly 2 times in a row.
Also I do sometimes bet for dealers but imo, I think its much better to just give them a dollar then bet say a two way yo bc the casino edge is so high + if I was a dealer, I'd rather want the money rather than have to hope for a certain roll to get a bet. From now on, I might just stop throwing 1s in after solid rolls and just tip $10-15 at the end of a session.
Finally I dont see why more people don't play the donts more often. I know the pass side has a higher payout generally but seriously, it rarely happens.