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At 5 times odds exactly, the put bet on the 6 and 8 is slightly better than the place bet. The best you can do is baccarat is bet on the banker at a house edge of 1. Once a point is made of 6 or 8 the don't pass has equity of 9. Fire Bet Points Made. I get challenged a lot on my support for come bets with odds. Thanks for the compliment. I'll leave the other situations as an exercise for the reader I hated it when my math books would say that. This is similar to a question I got last week. If you want to pay as little as possible then taking or laying the odds is getting entertainment for free. The question is why does the crowd favor the pass line? By turning the odds off the player is making the overall game more heavily weighted towards the bets with a house edge, thus increasing the overall ratio of the expected loss to the total amount bet. Only if you can get 10x odds, and take them, do put bets become a better value than the better of place and buy bets. For the player who puts a priority on minimizing the overall house edge, the best strategy is to make combinations of pass, don't pass, come, and don't come bets, and always take the maximum allowable odds. Thanks for your time. Those against come bets are always quick to say a number has to hit twice with a come bet and only once with a place or put bet. In Reno and Lake Tahoe they pay on the 12, but on the 2. My craps section states how high the odds need to get for this to happen. In other words the put bet does not get the benefit of winning on a 7 or 11 on the first roll, but the bet immediately gets "put" on the point of the bettors choice. Even if you do roll a point number it can be any number. Very few Internet casinos implement the buy bet odds correctly. By making six unit place bets on the 6 and 8, and taking the other down if one wins, the probability of winning 7 units is If the player must cover both the 6 and 8, then the place bet is the way to go. It helped that you stuck to the low house edge bets. However that player edge is effective over more money. You should never remove a don't pass bet after a point is made! So you're right there is no house edge on the 5, or the 9. The reason the player should always leave the odds on are because it is a bet with zero house edge. The exact probability of making all six points is 0. So, yes, the player edge as a percentage drops by making the odds bet. The formula for the house edge in buy and lay bets is the commission divided by the bet plus commission. Even those that do probably bet the pass bet because it feels better to be part of a group than to go against it. That is not a good way to look at it. However, you give up the come out roll, which twice the chance of winning as losing. Yes, it was luck. The expected value of the place bet on 5 is 0. Therefore the two numbers can not be equal. However, one must not look at the probabilities alone, but weight them against the payoffs. Perhaps it is just tradition. The bettor may also immediately take odds on the put bet. I hope it will answer your question if I say that place, buy, and odds on come bets are temporarily turned off for come out rolls, unless requested otherwise. However if the odds allowed are high enough a put bet, backed up with maximum odds, can have a lower house edge than a place or buy bet. As you know I strictly look at the expected value of a bet.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The probabilities were determined by random simulation. This option should never be taken at a casino that offers less than 5 times odds. It is obviously more fun to go with the crowd than against it. I've never heard of a Las Vegas casino paying on both the 2 and 12, but the Santa Ana Star in New Mexico does at least as of this writing in This rule results in a house edge of exactly 0. Put bets are generally not a good idea because the player is twice as likely to win as lose on the first roll of a come bet, and the player is voluntarily forfeiting that roll with a put bet. This rate of return isn't bad but could be better. Making a late pass or come bet is called a "put" bet. A put bet is like a come bet made after a point has already been established. However, it does reduce the overall house edge to keep the odds on your come bets working on the come out roll. Yes, betting on both does increase you chances of winning on any one bet. On a the first roll of a come bet the probability of winning is However, if you must cover other points quickly, the odds are generally equal or better on place bets and buy bets on the 4 and 10 assuming commission paid only on a win. Thanks for the compliments. As long as you are backing up your pass and come bets with full odds, it doesn't make any difference how many come bets you make. By the way, I discussed this with several casino bosses and dealers yesterday and they all had opinions, but not reasons for these opinions. When considering the options, looking at the probability of winning alone is not enough. The lower right cell shows an expected loss, or house edge, of Just a coincidence I assure you. You get no such advantage on the first roll of a place or bet bet. The following table shows what each number of points pays, the probability, and contribution to the total return. For more information on that, visit my odds table for the probability of every number of throws from 2 to The player should always leave the odds on regardless of how many come bets are active. So either way your expected gain is 3 dollars and 33 cents. The better system is to bet on the don't pass only and take full odds. The player may choose the point to be established on the put bet. The effect is the same as making a place bet or buying odds, but the house edge is different depending on the multiple of odds allowed. The place bet on the 6 and 8 pays 7 to 6 odds when fair odds would pay 6 to 5. In other words the house edge is 5. If optimal strategy is compared to optimal strategy then craps is better. I shall add something to my craps section about the put bets, thanks for the idea. It depends on how the games are played. Yes, it is true that there are ten ways to roll a 6 or 8, and six ways to roll a 7. However, next time, make the line bets with odds only, and don't bet the field, especially if it pays 2 to 1 only on both the 2 and Since you asked I added information about the put bet in my craps section. In other words there are six point numbers that can win on a come bet, and only one on a place or put bet. That is a good question. For other readers, let me explain that a put bet is making a pass or come bet after a point has already been established. While the player can make an odds bet immediately on top of the put bet, the opportunity to win on the initial roll is lost. At this high level of odds allowed, which is much greater than the norm, all put bets are better than the corresponding place or buy bets. In the case of 20 times odds the house edge of the put bet on the 4 and 10 is 1. The square root of 2 is 1. In fact I would argue the house edge in all casino games must be a rational number because there are a limited number of possible outcomes in all games, resulting in a house edge of a perfect fraction. However you are suffering a higher combined house edge by betting on both the pass and don't pass and it will cost you in the long run. Most casinos in Las Vegas do, except those owned by Caesars Entertainment formerly known as Harrah's. A put bet is like a come bet on a particular point. Since so few places offer 10x or better odds, it is safe to say to just avoid put bets completely. That should tell you what you want to know. Yes, with one come bet the odds of losing the come bet are greater than winning, however the potential win is greater than potential loss. At 10 times odds or greater, all put bets become better than their corresponding place or buy bets. Ultimately the reason the come bet with odds beats place or put bets is the house edge is less. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Yes, you can make a pass line bet at any time. The house edge is the same regardless of how many come bets you make assuming you always take the maximum allowable odds and leave the odds turned on during a come out roll. The average shooter throws the dice 8. How many come bets you make should be a matter of personal preference. I don't recommend put bets because the value from come bets comes from the first roll, before any point is established. The way I think gamblers should view the house edge is as the price to pay for entertainment.