NOTE: We have fixed the issue with the video above. It should now play without the prior reported problem.

To make up for the inconvenience, the next weekly contest will have three winners!

Sometimes, a little sweetener with an apology is due.

We really appreciate the heads up and the patience that everyone showed us.

END NOTE

This is video of a real craps game at Resorts in Atlantic City.

You will see some potentially controversial things happen in this video.

You’ll know what I’m talking about when you see these things happen. For sure, you’ll notice at least one. The other may take a more trained eye.

But then again, maybe I’m imagining things. It’s human to make mistakes, and it shouldn’t be a big deal to be human. We will discuss what’s in the video very soon. In the meantime, here’s a clue…

So that I do not spoil what happens, I will be discussing what you see in a separate article.

LENGTH OF VIDEO

At first, I was going to cut this video into two parts; with part 1 this week, and part 2 next week.

Upon hearing requests for long videos, I am keeping this as one long piece. I’ll warn you that the video is almost one hour and 20 minutes.

One of the reasons we separate videos into two parts (or more parts) is because of the time and labor involved. To be frank, it’s expensive and eats up my budget. It took my staff the better part of a week to complete the video that you are about to watch. So to preserve the RoadGambler.com budget, we spread the work out. This video would not be possible without your generous support.

When you play with our affiliates, you are actively supporting us. Just a small $10 deposit and a bet on your favorite team helps us tremendously.

In the future, we will be selling merchandise and other goods to help offset the costs of this very fun venture.

TIME DATE

Please note that we can never publish videos right away. Some videos are outright cancelled because a person in the video refuses to allow publication. There is a myriad of reasons for delay or cancellation, one of which involves respecting the participant’s privacy. We censor and delay the video enough so that the persons in the video cannot be identified.

This means that every once in a while if a casino has changed out the felt or a dealer is no longer working at said casino, there’s a reason for that.

Also, if you notice or recognize any of the people in the videos, please do not call them out or mention them by name.

This will help ensure that our videos will keep you entertained for a long time.

Please note that if you are a dealer or casino staff and wish for us to take down the video, we will gladly do so

Posted in: Casino, Craps, Gambling

27 thoughts on “Real Craps Game: Resorts Atlantic City”

  • John Koryto says:

    Resorts has one of the lowest toke rates in AC which results in having fewer highly experienced dealers. Sometimes that causes you to be underpaid. Sometimes being overpaid. I think you did the right thing bringing it up. Unfortunate that the next roll was a seven. 😥🤔😶

    • RoadGambler says:

      I felt bad for the dealer. He was really a decent guy. That’s why I came back to him and gave him the $48.

      If you noticed, all the other dealers were super friendly. I really like the personality of the dealers.

      Unfortunately, you’re right in that they aren’t the most skilled dealers. That six/eight mistake was quite egregious. Who knows what else is going on if that’s the type of mistake they’re making.

      What’s crazy is that there’s a box, but the box caught none of those mistakes. The box was daydreaming, literally.

    • RoadGambler says:

      If anyone else is having the same problem, please let us know. It appears fine on our end. We’ve played it on different computers at different locations and didn’t see a problem.

      Thanks for the heads up, Jerry.

      • YW Roadgambler…..I’m able to watch all the other videos but just not this one……I’ll try it on a different internet besides chrome…..maybe that might work.

    • RoadGambler says:

      I’m not 100% sure, but I think I know what part you’re talking about. I noticed the same thing when I watched the video. However, when I replayed the video, he actually did give me change. It was just hard to catch.

      Can you give me a time marker of when you saw it happen? I would like to make sure. I hate being shorted.

  • On CHROME there’s only sound……but on EXPLORER I was able to watch it……I like the longer videos as well RG……wished there was a longer video on the BORGATA where that guy was betting $1800 across…..that was crazy to watch LOL

  • RoadGambler says:

    We have diagnosed the problem and are working on it.

    The issue should be resolved by tomorrow, Friday.

    We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • Hey RG, video working great. Normally when I or another player has a discrepancy with a dealer and it holds up the game, I turn my bets off for a couple of rolls. I guess the break in the action messes up the shooters rhythm or the flow of the game and 7out’s tends to happen more times than not. Love your reality craps show!

    • RoadGambler says:

      Thanks for the kind words, kekoa. I’m glad you enjoy the videos.

      Yea, I wish I had turned them off, too. But, there’s always the next game.

  • I don’t understand the players on that table. They don’t even know what the point is. It didn’t make a difference to you, but they all lost money. Why even have a boxman on the game.
    On another note, I love all the Jersey accents.

    • RoadGambler says:

      This is why I tell people to pay attention, and don’t expect the box to catch everything. If they mess up something so simple as getting the point right, who knows what else they’re messing up.

      As one of our readers said above, Resorts has the lowest pay for dealers in AC, so you get what you pay for. That’s not a statement of their character, rather, it’s a statement of their inexperience, which they will acquire over time. These dealers are genuinely good people.

  • RoadGambler says:

    We have fixed the issue with the video above. It should now play without the prior reported problem.

    To make up for the inconvenience, the next weekly contest will have three winners!

  • Lawrence Roth says:

    One thing I hope you address in your upcoming commentary was your silence on the mismarked point. While it appears you said nothing because you had no dog in the fight with the pass line bettors, it appeared there were no “don’t” players for the roll. Would you have said something if there was a player with a monster pass line bet? And also, what rights do the players have when the dealer does this?
    I was playing in Md. 5 years ago, and, for my last wager, I just put a stack of 5s and 1s in random order behind the line and it hit. I decided to play a few more rolls, and couple rolls later, the dealer looks at me and says “you owe me 8 dollars”. I looked at the box who shrugged her shoulders and said I owed it. I was on vacation so I paid it, but it left a sour taste in my mouth.

    • RoadGambler says:

      Lawrence, I didn’t bring it up because I wanted to interrupt it. Sometimes, the cost of the mistake is so ‘awesome’ that it’s worth seeing.

      I’ve told people about this mistake, and the general consensus was, ‘no way that four employees, one of whom has the job of watching the table, and all the players at the table wouldn’t catch it.’

      Well, now you’ve seen it. Goes to show that you have to protect yourself at the table and pay attention.

      I did bring it up to the pit after the game, which is why they reimbursed the $48. I’m not sure how they handled the other players.

  • Wow. I can’t believe you stayed after the fiasco with pressing your 6/8 and then marking the wrong point later. It looked to me as if you were on a ship of fools. I would have been heading out the door. It is no wonder the casinos win the shooter doesn’t even know his own number. it was a lot more fun when you took the dice. I don’t want to be to judgmental but I think the dealer may have done a soft hustle to the guy on your left early in the video. You do have great timing of when to pull it down please tell me how you do it?
    Cheers
    Ron

    • RoadGambler says:

      Ron,

      TBH, I stayed so I could see what else was going to happen.

      RoadGambler is about entertaining readers and viewers as much as it is about educating and reporting. And wow, was there an interesting train wreck here.

      In fairness to the dealers, most of these guys are probably inexperienced, or as John K said, not well compensated, so they don’t have the best staff at Resorts. The person I fault was the box who job it is to just watch the table. I mean, how hard is it to make sure of the point? lol.

      As for picking up, it’s just bankroll discipline. I’ve been burned picking up. I’ve picked up and had the table go hot. You will see this soon enough. Sometimes, my crystal ball fails.

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