This is footage of a real craps game at Bally’s Las Vegas, Part 1.

The craps game at Bally’s is $10 minimum, with 3x, 4x, 5x odds.

If you’ve never been to Bally’s, you should go and pay a visit.

For a center strip casino in a clean, spacious, and modern interior, $10 minimum craps is about as good of a deal as you will find.

I give Bally’s my highest recommendation. It’s a fun casino with good staff and fast drink service.

This video is focused on the intermediate craps player who has just started playing craps not too long ago. To assist those players and advance their understanding of the game, there is more text commentary in this game. Specifically, there is a running tally of RoadGambler’s bankroll that is in the rail.

The video begins with RoadGambler at the table, and you see the initial $300 buy-in. Part 2, which will come on Monday, will have the color-up.

Every play in this session is recorded, with the exception of a few cutaways due mostly to drink ordering and drink delivery. Some of the alcohol activity needed to be censored to avoid any issues or complaints of children watching alcohol consumption (I know what you’re thinking, but we didn’t make up some of these rather inconsistent and puzzling rules).

We hope that we put you in the RoadGambler’s shoes, and you experience the game as if you were at the casino.



Posted in: Casino, Craps, Gambling

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      • RoadGambler says:

        Hi Cindy,

        When you post, your comments will now appear immediately. We filter first comments for spam.

        Thanks for the kind words!

  • What’s the best in the middle top of the table. I thought it was the hop bets but they stay up and no one ever seems to get paid on them

    • RoadGambler says:

      Kris, those are the Repeater bets.

      You are correct in that no one was paid. The reason is because the numbers did not repeat often enough, before a 7 appeared.

      The bets did come down, however, in the interest of efficiency, if the bets lose, the dealers will ask each bettor if they want to stay up on the Repeater bet. If the answer is yes, then the dealers will collect the money and allow the prior bet to remain. It’s like a come bet off and on. Easier for the dealers and moves the game along.

  • Looks like a great table and dealers. I used this exact betting strategy with an extra come bet if possible this past week at Main Street station and came out +$800. Thanks for the vids RG. Couldn’t have done it without you. I even had a guy next to me start matching my bets to get on the gravy train.

  • RG – another great video. Very good dealer on the near end of the table, especially with the bounder buying in in the middle of a game. Looked like big red showed up right away after that.

    Going to try the world famous blue ribbon fried chicken at the end of the month.

    As an aside, what is your take on bubble craps machines?

    • RoadGambler says:

      I think bubble craps is great for introducing players to the game of craps, in a low pressure environment. One of these days, I’ll do a bubble craps video. Hopefully at least 3 people will watch it. Lol.

  • Grate video as usual RG. Was going to ask the same thing about the numbers at the top I couldn’t tell what it was have not seen them on the tables I played on before and that location on the table. thanks for the great explanation. Really like the way you put this video together it’s great. Have a great weekend good luck at the tables

  • Seems like a pretty standard session for me, start out hot but I just got here so I can’t leave…and straight downhill from there, lol.

  • Nicely done. Really appreciate the info on your bets; the payoffs; and the bankroll. Brutal last couple of rollers. Hope part 2 rolls are more favorable….

  • Another great video RG! I stay and play either Bally’s or Paris for the last 20 years. I am “comfortable “ staying and playing there. Your videos and comments are great! I am loving what you do as it keeps me in the game until my next real action in Vegas!


  • Fantastic video yet again RG.

    What I have noticed is that sometimes you need to be judgemental about some shooters style (or luck thereof) . I am not talking about dice setters but more like rhythm shooters . You can tell they have a feel for the dice and you feel more confident placing your bets as opposed to some others who just pick and shoot all over the place. Frankly i would have stayed off player 4 onward lol .

    On that note cant wait to see the second part where you shoot !!

    • I don’t like betting heavy money on shooters that are down to their last 10-20 bucks………usually they are tilted, trying to get their money back, and never do…..

      just a superstition, but based on a lot of real life “experience”

  • Wow. I was there from 3/2 – 3/9 for a conference. I hit $5 repeater on 12 for $200 at New York and left up iver$200. Either on 3/3 or 3/4 at Bally’s a guy went nuts when he hit a $25 repeater on 8 for the tallest stack of black chips I’ve seen. I think it’s 90 X. Paris and PH had the repeater too.

  • Great Video as always! Ever play at at Green Valley Ranch? It’s the casino I frequent and the odds aren’t too bad 10X. Looking forward to the next Video!

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