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Cards replacing dice; Cards mapping physical dice. 12 Rules of play against other players; 13 In popular culture. Floating craps; Records.


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Pechanga Card Craps is a game of chance played on a regulation craps table. The game odds are the same as a regular Craps game and the bets pays off just​.


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California Craps with Cards. The Bone Man recently visited the Cache Creek Casino, North of Oakland and North West of Sacramento off of Highway 16 and.


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Card craps is identical to the original game, except that the dice rolls are replaced by two cards dealts from a 5-deck constant shuffling machine (CSM). As most.


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Card Craps® at Viejas is one of those games. In California casinos, regular crap games do not exist. According to a compact with the state.


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Use our Craps Strategy Card and start maximizing your odds, playing with perfect strategy, by making smart bets on every roll of the dice. Our card provides the.


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Most California Indian casinos comply with this law by offering modified versions of craps that use cards rather than dice. Others allow the.


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After each roll, the cards are replaced back into the shoe, so the odds never change. However, there are some card-only craps games where the odds do differ.


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Oklahoma casinos got around the law forbidding dice in the casino with their craps games. Learn how to play craps with playing cards in.


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Card craps is identical to the original game, except that the dice rolls are replaced by two cards dealts from a 5-deck constant shuffling machine (CSM). As most.


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You could not take your bets up and down like this in a standard craps tub format. A simple spreadsheet easily makes this calculation for us. Then, I apply a running count for each subsequent roll. If you only take 10x odds when the count is good, you can reduce the house edge down to 0. However, the 5 and 9 are normal to the 7. Keep track of the count for the given point. However, as the window widens, the correlation decreases slightly. But overall, you cannot overcome the vig of the place bets. On the come out, I think back if there was an ugly -4 roll in the last two rolls. While the edge is small, it plays very well, since counting is very easy, and your advantage can increase dramatically in a few rolls. The most important difference with a cards-based game than a dice game is that independence of rolls is gone, and instead you get correlation. A windowed count is different from a running count, in that you only add up the roll values for the last N-rolls out of the CSM. That would be true if the cards that comprise the most recent roll had an equal chance of coming out of the CSM on the next roll. But it does mean that the window needs to contain 5 good rolls to neutralize it. No one cares. That was before I had any idea the game was beatable. So, this type of behaviour is not ruled out as card-counting. This graph clearly shows the effects of previously dealt cards on the distribution. All I know is that a spreadsheet and a computer program will show anyone how cards from recent rolls affect the distribution of the next roll, often significantly. Note that it takes 5 good rolls in the window to neutralize an ugly -5 roll. Click on the screenshot to play hit the Auto button to watch it play by itself :. The EV on the place bet is down to Its worth it to bet, just for the satisfaction of being Nostradamus. Ideally, you may change your odds bet on a roll-by-roll basis. The table is always nearly dead. Do not play pass line odds without counting. The Five and Six are much more important to making the point, than they are to make a 7-out. When the dealer feeds the CSM after every roll, just keep track of the texture of the last rolls. This comes up frequently enough, but may not last long before the count goes bad again, either by a bad roll occurring, or when the good rolls fall out of the window. So, the probability of the first roll being an 8 relative to a 7 is lower than the normal ratio. Cheers, J. As an example, we use the spreadsheet to graphically show the effect of 5 "high" rolls 6,6 6,5 5,6 4,4 5,4 out of a new shoe. This buffer, or reservoir, is needed so the dealer can always quickly deal another card out of the CSM without waiting for the shuffle mechanism to spit out another card. You can easily count using a simple 3 roll window! Of course, the more rolls you can remember, the more accurate your count is. As most experienced gamblers notice immediately, the odds are a little different because of the shoe. The CSM is your friend. These are the same biases that we saw in the spreadsheet. Analysis shows that a simple windowed count with the above roll count values yields an amazing linear correlation to the dis advantage on the point. Everyone at Viejas would be ecstatic if they got real action on the game. These results match the spreadsheet results for a full shoe. So now, the probability of rolling a 10 is down to. These sensitivities are summarized in the table below, showing "good", "bad", and "ugly" rolls for a given point. Steve is motivated by the challenge of finding these situations, not by exploiting them for personal profit.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Together, the odds of hitting the 10 instead of the 7 on the next roll is 2. The correlation shows almost perfectly straight and parallel lines for each point. All results agree with what a basic spreadsheet will show you. We enter these cards into the spreadsheet, and plot the distribution of the next roll out of the shoe. Is there a reason you peg 44 as the number of cards in the buffer? I did not place any limitations on the number of cards in a slot. For example, say all of a sudden I see a 1,1 roll, followed by 2,2 , then 1,2. The good thing about this is that you get your vig back when you take the bet down. I count out loud, and try to convince the floor supervisors that the game is beatable. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Play the practice game below to see how the count for the point changes with each roll. What I did not consider was a buffer in the CSW e. Thanks for such a complete explanation. The spreadsheet will show you this, if you play around with it. For example, 1,1 and 1,2 and 1,1 bring the odds against the 8 down from 1. If a high roll comes out again within the window, then the count is -4, and you should not lay DP odds against the 4. Barona only offers 5x odds. I set the minimum reservoir depth to 10 cards, and when the reservoir is lower than this threshold, the shuffler drops an entire slot into the chute. Card craps is identical to the original game, except that the dice rolls are replaced by two cards dealts from a 5-deck constant shuffling machine CSM. If you download the spreadsheet and play around with the rolls, you can quantify the effect of various dealt cards on the distribution. Also, I believe Barona used a pool of cards, whereas Viejas uses My bankroll might be able to handle that! It would have been better for you to keep this secret for yourself; you would have had a meal ticket for life. Might be better….. I really enjoy the game, but the variance is too high for me to want to take it on. If the count goes bad, pick up your odds. Similarly, you'll see that "snake-eyes" 1,1 has an equal effect on the 8 point, as does 2,2 affect the 9 point. The use of a CSM to deal the cards actually makes counting easier. If a high roll e. God knows how real this effect is, or how much time people put into attempting it. If you call enough numbers, and openly count, the other players look at you, then look at the CSM. A smart player can take advantage of the count of the shoe, and lay odds only when the count is good. It makes counting easier, since you only have to remember the texture of the last 6 rolls. It gets pretty mechanical once you have some practice. The beta testers right now are competing for small weekly prizes based on how much play cash they win. For example, a 2,2 1,2 1,1 roll sequence will make the 9 easier to hit 1. At 3 key cards in the window, the count goes to -3, and you should not lay DP odds. Very often, the roll sequence makes your decisions obvious, and the count becomes very easy to track after the point. As soon as two cards are dealt from the shoe, the distribution for the next roll changes. To get an accurate analysis of this effect, you need to model the shuffler , insert it into a game, then find the correlations. If this is you, then you should play this game, and watch the cards towards predicting the next roll. So, you can intuitively see how a quick run of favorable rolls can affect the odds of hitting a point. During the day, the dealers usually stand dead at the game. This game punishes the players playing full pass odds. Actually, I wait for the count to get better than 2 before even laying 1x odds. Subscribe to comments with RSS. Next, roll a yo 5,6. You can see my source code for the shuffler for complete details on how its modeled. On the other hand, you'd have almost a 0. The odds against the 9 are down from 1. While a pass line bet is a normal 1. If the dealer allows muck to collect before feeding the CSM, widen your window to include the muck cards. A fun, but very -EV way to employ the count is to make short-term place bets based on the count, on the most heavily-affected number. And, you can immediately take down your odds if the count goes bad. What about counting and then when count is high you place bets on the 7 prop? I see the reduction in relative odds on hitting points vs.