Web Casino Sucker Bets — Part 1
January 4th, 2010 by Kailee
  • Proposition bets in Craps: These Craps bets alludes to the fact that you are wagering that a distinct action may arise on the very next roll. For instance, you might make the ‘hard ways’ bet, which indicates that you’re betting that the tosser will roll a 4, 6, 8 or 10 by tossing a double. These bets have a house edge of anywhere from 9 to 11percent. This is a huge house advantage, and it is very abnormal that they hit.
  • Tie wager in Baccarat: This is a bet that neither the bank or the player will come out on top, but that the hands will tie. This is an exceedingly atypical situation in net baccarat banque, therefore the casino advantage is high. At fourteen% casino advantage, this is the very definition of a sucker wager.
  • Insurance in Black Jack: Although Blackjack has one of the lowest house advantages (and there is also a ton of skill involved), this is a sucker wager. Depending on how many decks are being used and the table rules, the casino advantage of this is at least 5%, but can be as great as 14%. Only extremely experienced card counters can make this bet work for them, and more often than not then it is still a sucker bet.

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