When I heard that Hooter’s Casino in Las Vegas had been sold and was going to be rebranded by the new owners, I knew that I had to make a real craps game video.
I was in college at the time when the Hooters brand was hot and the waitress dress code was quite scandalous. Nowadays, with the prevalence of cheeky beach bikinis and a more accepting attitude to showing off more skin, the Hooter’s schtick became a bit dated.
Regardless, Hooter’s is reminiscent of my younger days, so I decided to make a video before they removed the theme.
Hooter’s Casino is not a craps paradise. When the casino is not busy, it’s $5 minimum, but the moment there are more than a few players at the table, they raise the minimum to $10. The max odds are 3x, 4x, and 5x.
For the sake of documenting a piece of history, here is perhaps the only real craps game you will ever see of Hooter’s casino (which has now been rebranded, as of this date).