This is the conclusion of my craps experience at the Fremont Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas.

Sometimes, winning isn’t about racking up a large score, rather, it’s about preserving your bankroll when the table is cold.

What would you do if the table was cold? Ride it out? Switch tables? Go to a different casino?

Well, it’s downtown so you can skip on over to the casino next door.

That’s the beauty of downtown Las Vegas.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please leave them below.

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0 thoughts on “Real Craps Game: Fremont Hotel and Casino, Downtown Las Vegas Part 2

    • RoadGambler says:

      You’ll enjoy yourself.

      The weather is starting to warm up.

      Tomorrow, I’ll have a pic report of downtown Las Vegas.

  • Matt Breitbarth says:

    The roll counter is a cool concept however it seems like the box person forgets to advance the roll every once in awhile kind of defeating the purpose. I imagine this would happen even more frequently on a full table.

    • I agree. I think that part of the issue is that the players and box don’t care about the roll count because there isn’t a cash prize.

      I’ve been to tables where there was a cash prize for the roll count, and the box was much more accurate.

      • In Vegas go to another casino. If your in a remote area casino try another table, different game or go to the bar for a while. The tables will turn and there is always a hot roll somewhere you just don’t want to burn through your bankroll before you are at the hot table. Thanks for the video Max.

  • At 4:30 did the dealer have the shooter increase his passline bet? what was happening there?

    Another great video. thanks RG!!

    • RoadGambler says:

      Tony, the answer is yes. The game is only 2x, and the player had $50 odds. The player only had $20 on the pass, so the dealer had the player increase his pass line bet AFTER the come out to $25.

      The player would have been better off taking his odds down to $40.

      If this ever happens to you in a casino, be sure to reduce your odds, rather than increasing the pass line bet AFTER the point has been established.

  • Road Gambler, always enjoy your exploits. Good lesson here on reducing your bets on a cold table. I noted you didn’t bet with the shooter next to the stick who summoned a 7-out with his towel wave in Part 1.
    My Fremont story: About 15 years ago, I was next to the stick, one of five players at the table. There was an older gentleman on one end heavily playing dark side with a lot of chips and on the other end an NFL-looking guy with a knockout wife and an older lady, perhaps his mother. Wife and NFL player had good rolls. Now Mom’s turn. She doesn’t want to, but they insist. It is her first time. Coming out she throws crap dice that hardly reach the middle of the table. Next come-out is a 4. Dark Side guy loads up. Mom throws a couple of numbers, still not close to the wall. Dark Side complains and reluctantly the stick tells Mom dice have to hit the wall. She is angry. She mutters about nobody else getting in trouble with short rolls, grabs the dice and fires ’em down the table at Nolan Ryan speed. One rebounds to the middle and makes an ace. The other shoots up at a weird angle, hits Dark Side’s glasses (he’s leaning over the table to get a good look) and falls to the felt, a 3 for Winner 4. While we celebrate, Dark Side stumbles away, shaking his head.

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