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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by basicstrategy777, Sep 12, 2021.
...hell no....you say line bet to the duck and he would be trying to sniff the felt
OK, nearly out of the good stuff, but I was really hoping to see the baron come into this thread with another "like" by the munliv.
Noye: That WAS a good one Baron.
....he is busy eating ice cream
if you want......i'll post another one tomorrow.....
Now I am laughing at myself. When I went and put Note into translate EXPECTING to see "German (I mean English, I now know)), ( ) for" Noye, it came up as Anmerkung.
WTH? and LOL
I also love you 777 (not that there's anything wrong with that), and also Yaya, which, as neither of you may know, is what I often called my dear mother.
Noye: there is no anmerkung (I think)
MUNILV674 does not “like” this?
You can also pick up your pass line bet once it is resolved in your favour and then put it back or a different denomination to continue the hand.
So yes, you can pick up a pass line bet and continue shooting.
Unfortunately (for you) this has triggered yet another long and boring story. Actually, two stories - one equipped with photographic evidence.
Once upon a time, several years ago, I was shooting from the don't. I was the only person playing I'm guessing I wasn't doing too well, or I would've kept up.
I usually play the DP/w single odds and either one or two DCs/ single odds. I don't recall the details of this particular roll, but at some point all I had was a single DP bet.
When the dice were presented to me, I reached down and picked up my bet. I recall saying to the dealers, "perfectly legal," even though I wasn't 100% sure. Then I said something like, "no shooter, there's no game," and the dealers (a little reluctantly) turned off the established point. Then I put a pass line bet down and the dice came back to me. My guess is, had there been other players with action, that the dice would've passed.
Fast forward to last night at the Hard Rock Tampa. The guy next to me is playing DP. He's whining about always getting stuck behind the sixes and eights. So I told him that he could take that bet down if he wanted. He says, "No way. See that little lock," pointing to the screen. He tried cancelling the bet, but couldn't. I later confirmed this on my own terminal.
The Aruze Shoot to Win machine has a glitch. A DP bet is considered a contract bet, and can't be removed. I can only speak for this particular machine in Tampa, but it seems likely that it's all machines to me. Interestingly (not really) the DC bets have no such snafu.
It’s more complicated than that. Sometimes the bet is locked, and sometimes it isn’t. I have several times inadvertently removed this bet by using the “cancel all” button to remove other bets. I’ve never researched it, to see exactly when it is locked and when it is not. I’ll put an operative on it, and come back with an answer as soon as I know something.
Dave, does this all the time when he’s throwing on his mattress at home, and he’s only been caught, a couple of times. He says a good time to do it, is just prior to the dealer saying “seven-out”.
You may actually have a point. Before yesterday, I could've swore I had cancelled that bet.
Speaking of sniffing, can you and FredP, get both of your noses in 777s ASS at the same time, or do you have to take turns?
2 players at the table......player A has one chip left....player B is having a decent roll and shooting the dice.......player A puts his last chip in the come box....shooter rolls a 4 and players A chip travels to the 4........player B wife grabs her husband forcefully by the arm and says...YOU are 15 minutes late for dinner and our guests are waiting....we go NOW.......player B says to the crew "take me down and color ;; PL bet is for the boys", and leaves the table..
Player A has no money to put on the line and can't roll the dice, but has a come bet out there.....how is this situation handled ?
This is Barney
Easy Peasy. Answer is ATM
Next one to the left of Mr. A , who I assume was next left to B (Barney?)) is the late Max Planck's widow (whose pic NA can probably (I think) find).
Since she is now wearing s0-called proper attire, she can toss them (hopefully out of the 1/3:3/1 V6.
ahhh....the good ol' days.