First, a bit of housekeeping. We are in the process of redesigning the site to make it easier for our viewers and readers to access all of our past videos.

When I first started RoadGambler.com and it’s associated videos, my staff and I did not anticipate moving off of YouTube, so we did not design the site as the primary provider of the RoadGambler Real Craps game videos. The videos have become a huge attraction and generated large numbers of viewers, and they continue to attract large numbers on RoadGambler.com.

For now, most of our videos can be found under the video tab. In the future, they will be even easier to find.

 

SPOILER FOR PART 1, in case you have not seen part 1…

In part 1, RoadGambler started off well but then fell in the hole. RoadGambler ended the video down $120 on a $300 buy-in.

You might say that being down $120 on a $300 buy-in is not that bad, and you would be right. That is the rough equivalent of two full pass line odds.

Tomorrow, I will be talking about the odds bet, and discussing some of the downsides to the odds bet. Arguable, the odds bet is the best bet in the casino from a mathematical perspective, but there is a serious and grave downside to relying on the odds bet. That’s my hint for what lies in Part 2, without spoiling it, and my further hint for tomorrows article.

Enjoy Part 2.

Oh, RoadGambler is on the way to play…Crapless Craps. That will be available in a future installment.

 

 

Posted in: Casino, Craps, Gambling

0 thoughts on “Real Craps Game at Bally’s Las Vegas, Part 2 of 2

  • Is it me or does it seem like Road Gambler holds the dice the longest in all of his videos?

    Road Gambler, why don’t you bet more on yourself when you shoot?

  • RG when you colored up did you quit for the night or play at another table? would not be a bad time to end after you got back up with a profit . small wins do add up ,and the way that table was going could have come back to bite you . Thanks again hopefully people are watching and learning so they see its ok to walk away . will keep on supporting your great efforts on Bovado

    • RoadGambler says:

      Mark, I colored up and left. I went for a nice walk on the strip, with a brew in hand. This was before the snow and cold weather, so the drink was nice and cold.

      I agree. You and I think much alike. After the wild swing, it’s good to walk away while up. Too many people play and play and play and then lose it all. The house edge can’t grind you down if you’re going for a nice stroll.

      I very much appreciate your support.

      We will always be here.

      The next video is a Crapless Craps video. I figured that I would tell you first. I’m not sure how people will respond to Crapless Craps, if not with some confusion. lol.

      • I do not know the rules of crapless craps, can you please tell me AND the guys the rules of
        crapless crap.
        i notice on the video that you seven out AND they did not pass the dice to next person.
        Why not.?
        why do i have to post my name and Email and website every time i make a post on this
        website.?

        jaime.

  • don’t know what happen try again I was asking after you colored up was that it for the night? That would not have been a bad move seeing how the table was, you got your bankroll back and a little extra . This may show some newer player to take smarter road small wins are better than a loss learn to walk away the small wins will add up. Thanks again for all the hard work and GRATE VIDEOS !!! .I will keep supporting you on Bovada hope other will help to keep this going.

    • RoadGambler says:

      Mark, I colored up and left. I went for a nice walk on the strip, with a brew in hand. This was before the snow and cold weather, so the drink was nice and cold.

      I agree. You and I think much alike. After the wild swing, it’s good to walk away while up. Too many people play and play and play and then lose it all. The house edge can’t grind you down if you’re going for a nice stroll.

      I very much appreciate your support.

      We will always be here.

      The next video is a Crapless Craps video. I figured that I would tell you first. I’m not sure how people will respond to Crapless Craps, if not with some confusion. lol.

      • I have never played it but I will watch it and see how it goes .I don’t know it might work well for me I throw a lot of horns and fields . We don’t have tables on land base brick and mortar in FL. we have bubble crap and day boats with live craps .I go on cruses or play those doing well with this month, I have my own table to practice with this helps to stay sharp .waiting for the next video to help get my fix. the other post is up now don’t know what happened thanks again

      • by chance is the crapless crap game at harrahs? I was listening to a podcast “you can bet on that” and they mentioned that harrahs now offers crapless craps

  • Harry Witkin says:

    RG – love your stuff! This was the first time I noticed you played 3 numbers: pass line and 2 comes. Since I started watching you I’ve been playing the pass line and 1 come. Working fairly well, but I feel like I’m losing out on big rolls; for example, would’ve done better playing the inside number. Your thoughts? Thanks in advance

    • craps fanatic says:

      Another awesome video. Thanks! I’m a newbie to craps, but I’m hooked. I’m working on several aspects of my game, including the willpower to walk away, but that’s hard to do, especially when I only play once every couple of months. Have learned a lot from you. Appreciate you sharing with us all. Keep up the good work!

  • RG, another great video and very nice move to get yourself out of the hole and take a break. I think if I was able to get myself up after my own roll I probably would walk also. Did you consider switching to the dark side for that table? Although it was probably a little choppy and might have stung you no matter what you tried. I’m just thinking what I might have done. Also when you play the dark side do you ever hedge your bets (similar to John Patrick)?

    DT

    • RoadGambler says:

      Thanks, DT.

      One of my rules is life is to never hedge. Ever. Unless you’re a farmer, then it might be wise to hedge against the weather.

      • RG, I appreciate your gusto on life. Not to get into big debate But… in gambling, in all fairness, isn’t surrender a type of hedge? Some situations in craps allow a hedge bet that can be insurance where you can’t lose. Just thinking aloud. In all honesty, if I were playing at the same table as you, I would probably mirror every bet you made. Roll on!

        DT

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