• Internet Casino Sucker Wagers — Part 1

    • Proposition bets in Craps: These Craps wagers alludes to the fact that you are wagering that a particular action will arise on the upcoming toss. For instance, you may make the ‘hard ways’ wager, which basically means that you are betting that the tosser will toss a four, six, eight, or ten by tossing a double. These wagers offer a house edge of anywhere from 9.1-11.1%. This is a huge house edge, and it’s very rare that they hit.
    • Tie wager in Baccarat: This is a wager that no one, the bank or the player will come away with a win, but that both hands will tie. This is an exceedingly abnormal situation in web Baccarat, therefore the casino edge is high. At 14.1% casino edge, this is the very definition of a sucker bet.
    • Insurance in Blackjack: Although black jack has one of the lowest casino advantages (and there is also a tonne of ability required), this is a sucker wager. Dependent on how many decks are being played and the rules of the table, the house edge of this is at least 5 percent, but can be as big as fourteen %. Only very experienced card counters can make this bet work for them, and more often than not then it remains a sucker bet.
     January 22nd, 2010  Janet   No comments

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