Re: Any gamblers on here?
Originally Posted by Deepred05
I was a craps dealer for over 20 years. My advice is much the same as the ones listed above. The number one problem people have learning the game is they try to learn too much at once. Just learn the pass line with odds and add the rest as you play. Once you know the pass line, you will also know the dont pass, the come, and the dont come. You wont know you know, but you will know.
Roulette is one of the worst games in the house for odds. Those of you who gamble in tribal casinos in numerous states should be aware, there is no state regulatory agency that dictates how much the slots must pay back like there is in Nevada.
I am curious what the average salary of a craps dealer is or even a black jack dealer? I am sure at the high end casinos it is pretty but what about locally at like the local riverboats?
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