Craps back wall
Oct 27, · Las Vegas discussion forum - Hit the back wall!, page 2. DSP-SLOVENIJE.EU: Trademark Poker Craps Diamond Pyramid Bumper Rubber: Craps Tables: Sports & Outdoors/5(80). Feb 04, · I suspect that the reason the craps crew reminded the OP that the dice had to hit the back wall is because they saw he was a dice setter. No doubt they've seen a.
Hit the back wall!
The chances of altering the odds when the dice bounce off a surface of rubber pyramids are much slimmer, no matter what axis the dice were on before they hit. If executed properly and consistently this technique would be able to change the game's long-term odds from the house's favor to the player's favor. After the point is established, "good field and come" is often added. If the come-out roll is 7 or 11, the bet loses. The banquet table legs are 28" in length.
Distance from the Back wall?
December 26th, at RonC He said that he was hitting the back wall; they still hassled him by telling him to hit the back wall. There was nothing for him to "deal with" other than poor customer service. We should follow the written rules and laws but why get hassled about something that you are already doing? There is no written law about hitting the back wall in Nevada, so Alan is wrong,.. Casinos have their own rules that they change for different players. If your not setting the dice most casinos will not say anything to you if you just happened to miss the back wall.
I've seen players never even make it pass the prop bet area and never have a thing said to them, because they were so old it was a miracle that they got the dice that far!
Some dealers shouldn't be working in a casino, they hate the players and will do anything they can to take it out on the players, one way of doing that is to hassle anybody that does not hit the back wall. There is no such thing as customer service anymore in the casinos. Most of these dealers would rather stand at an empty table all day long, knowing that the other hard working dealers are making tips for them to share. The worst thing that ever happened to casinos was when they started tip sharing, it allowed sub rated dealers to make a some what decent living if they are working on the strip,off the hard working dealers that know how to treat their customers!
The dice bounce all over the place when they hit the tables anyway, without even hitting the back wall. RonC Sort of treating a customer like crap in advance of them actually doing anything wrong. I don't understand why people here would condone bad treatment by the pit for something that has not even happened yet Bad treatment of customers is now the norm for a lot of casinos, maybe that is why we have some of them closing.
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It can be any type of any plywood, but birch or oak will make a better looking table and will dice will not dent as easily. It is important to make the table solid. Making the bottom base a single layer reduces cost but compromises authenticity. Two cuts are free. Have the sheet split lengthwise with one side 24" wide. Be sure that the screw heads are flush. The routing is not essential but it makes the felting easier.
Do not cover base with felt until the sides are constructed. When covering with felt an under layer of flannel purchased from a fabric store reduces the hardness and makes the surface more like casino conditions. The banquet table legs are 28" in length. Mount the legs, with the screws provided, to the base about 6" in from the edge.
Make sure that the smooth surface no screw heads of the base is up. Try a couple of test cuts on some scrap or the ends to make sure the cut does not go completely through the plywood. If the depth becomes equal or greater than the thickness of the plywood it will ruin the project.
Use a straight edge guide to cut the kerfs with a hand circular saw or a radial arm saw. The radial arm saw, if you have one, makes the job much easier. Make sure that there is a rigid board under the entire length of the side board when cutting as the side board will break at the kerfs if there is no support.
The ends should not be cut to length until the board is wrapped on the bottom base and marked and cut. There are two side boards.
The reason for it, is not having the overhead of a live table. They had both games, but took out the red push button one. I did not know that the casino could set the odds on these games. The game they took out was only 2X odds on everything, The Interblock at least has 2, 3, 4X odds.
My suggestion to anyone playing Interblock,. I have watched one die roll around the edge of the bubble rim and stop on its rounded corner.
All bets were cancelled and the machine reset itself. This would never happen at a table. Even if the dice were tossed 30 feet across the casino. The table would not be cleared of every bet and reset. People woukd lose their stuff if that were common practice. To sum up; the statement from Interblock that assures the dice will always land flat is false.
In addition I have a technical question for anyone in the know. If these machines are considered to be slots, which they are considered to be in Arizona, they must be regulated by law to ensure a particular percentage payout by years end. So according to AZ state law which is pretty strict on the Native American Casinos as far as I can tell there must be a program in place that allows for the manipulation of the outcome, right?
I know nothing about the laws in particular but I know slots have to pay out what they state they will payout. Thoughts and opinions are greatly apappreciated. And this is the best forum for craps by far. Sun Palace is also one of my favorites, so thanks for the recommendations.