Sep 12, · Las Vegas discussion forum - Bridging vs Heeling Your Odds on the Don't, page 1. The Craps Don't Pass Bet Keeping track of how many wins you accrue through both bridging The decision to include this bet in your craps playing efforts. Craps Table; Craps Math; Craps Bets. Pass Line Bet – Learn this first! All Craps Bets & Rules; Craps Strategy by CrapsPit; “heeling” and “bridging” the.
Cap Heeled & Bridged: Terms To Learn Before Heading To The Craps Table
In this section we outline all of the possible betting options and show you where those bets go on the table. So, even when the casino pays you double for the 2 and 12, they still have a 5. All these questions about the dark side got me wondering, how many players out there know when to bridge vs. Another superb strategy for playing online craps is placing two come bets following the initial pass line bet. For a Flat Pass Line bet on the come-out roll, 3 is a craps.
Bridging vs Heeling Your Odds on the Don't
If a point number shows i. By barring the 3 i. Right off the bat, you know the casino is trying to screw you to the max. Eight ways to lose versus three ways to win is written in terms of odds as 8: No matter what the point is i. The location for your Odds bet is directly adjacent to your Flat bet. Refer to the figure below. Therefore, like the Pass Line bet, odds are based on the number 7.
If the point is 5 or 9, the odds of winning are 6: If the point is 4 or 10, the odds of winning are 6: So, how much Odds can you lay for each point number? Simply put, you have to bet more money in Odds than you expect to win. For the point of 5 or 9, the true odds are 3: You have a gut feeling that the dice are cold and a 7 will appear before a 9, so you decide to lay maximum Odds on the point.
Remember, there are six ways to make a 7, and four ways to make a 9 hence, the odds of 6: For the point of 4 or 10, the true odds are 2: The true odds of rolling a 7 versus a 4 are 2: Remember from our other article, for the Pass Line Odds bet, you put the higher-denomination chips on the bottom of your Odds bet stack and the lower-denomination chips on the top of the stack.
Then, place the remaining portion of your odds bet on top so it straddles the two. Suppose the table is really cold with lots of 7-outs. You know from our article on basic craps math that the true odds for the 6 are 6: You decide to lay single Odds i. Because your Flat bet and Odds bet would win the same amount i.
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Since few people play the don't side of the craps table most are unfamiliar with how their bets should be placed. Most know how the "do" bets are placed but not the "don't". Since "come" and "don't come" bets are handled by the dealer they are of little interest to players however as with all craps bets there are specific places that each players bets should be placed and how each should look to the camera.
The key word here is camera but it also is important for the boxman or a dealer returning from a break to be able to tell at a glance what each bet is and who it belongs to. Lets first speak about the correct terms that the dealers or boxmen will use when describing the placement of bets and then we will describe why these methods are used.. The terms are "cap", "heeled" and "bridged". When you place the 6 or 8 the dealer will set your bet in your prescribed place and will then set the top part of the bet askew which is the "cap".
These white chips are the cap, and to pay the bet the dealer will multiply the "cap" by 7 to determine the payoff. Come bets are also handled by the dealers. They will place your come bet in your spot after the number rolls and then place your odds askew on top of the flat bet to differentiate the difference between the flat portion which is paid 1 to 1 and the odds portion which is paid at true odds.
The odds in this case are "heeled" on top of the flat bet. The word "heeled" is used since the bet looks like the heel of a shoe. Don't pass bets are self service bets as are passline bets and the player is responsible for them. When a player lays odds against a number they will either "heel" their lay or "bridge" the odds portion. If the pay out for the lay bet is equal to the flat don't pass bet the odds should be bridged so that the dealer can size into the flat bet twice to pay the bet correctly.
If the payoff for the odds layed are different, either more or less than the flat don't pass bet then the player should "heel the odds off of the bottom chip to signify that this is an odds bet not a flat bet. When your layed odds are "heeled" the odds bet should be next to your don't pass flat bet on the side towards the base dealer. The reason that the odds should be toward the base dealer is because the must pay an odds bet FIRST then pay the flat bet second.
The Box will sometimes say "let those bets breathe" meaning physically separate two bets that are so closely and perhaps somewhat sloppily positioned that there could be a later argument as to which is which. The adjustment is done by the dealer since once a bet reaches the layout it really is supposed to be touched only by the dealer and not "adjusted" by a helpful player. Lay odds are bridged when they pay the same as the flat bet.
Lay odds are heeled when they pay different than the flat. ClarkWGriswold gave an almost correct answer. Lay odds are heeled when they pay more than the flat. Jul 30, Threads: July 31st, at 5: All these questions about the dark side got me wondering, how many players out there know when to bridge vs. Anyway, I was just curious. Fighting BS one post at a time! Apr 28, Threads: July 31st, at 6: Also, the don't pass lay odds are towards the base dealer's side of the original don't pass flat bet.
Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes - Henry David Thoreau. Like Dealers' uniforms - Dan. Nov 9, Threads: August 1st, at 4: I have to be playing the Don't for some time before kind of knowing what the dealer wants to see; practicing beforehand? My level of experience hasn't gotten me there. If there was some advantage to letting dealers know a player is very experienced, maybe then I would.
Oct 19, Threads: August 1st, at 6: The dealer in making his payoff should arrive at the odds bet first even if he pays the odds bet and the flat bet as one amount. I remember one trip where between jet lag and alcohol I couldn't keep anything straight and the dealer was switching my dont pass and dont pass odds bets each and every single roll. He earned his tips that trip. I not only don't know but I'm also a bigot. Jun 19, Threads: August 1st, at 8: May 10, Threads: Jan 5, Threads: October 31st, at I always "heel" my lay odds because I have no idea when to "bridge" them.
Since it wasn't actually answered, can someone clue me in? Aug 7, Threads: October 31st, at 1: October 31st, at 2: Oct 14, Threads: September 12th, at 1: