For details on Come bets, including details about your question, please refer to our article on Come bets. The sample Come-bet scenario in that article helps make it easy to understand. Here’s a summary (but we highly suggest you read the article). Assuming your Come bet is on a different number than the point, when the shooter hits her point, nothing happens to your Come bet. Let’s look at what happens to your Come bet on the come-out roll of the next new game. Suppose, for example, the shooter hits her point of 5 to end the game, and suppose you have a Come bet on the 10, which comprises a $5 Flat Come bet with $10 Come Odds. Typically, for the upcoming come-out roll for the next new game, your $5 Flat Come bet remains “on” but your Come Odds are automatically “off” (that’s the standard for most casinos). If you so choose, you can keep your Come Odds on and working by telling the dealer, “My Come Odds are working” (make sure he hears you and puts a little “On” button on your Odds to indicate to the crew and camera that your Come Odds are working for the come-out). Most people leave their Come Odds off for the come-out because they’re rooting with everyone else at the table for a 7, which is a Pass Line winner for the come-out. Also, everyone roots for a 7 on the come-out because they don’t understand the statistics of the game and think if a 7 appears for the come-out it will lessen the chances of it appearing after a new point is established.
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Continuing with our example, suppose you have a Come bet on the 10 (i.e., $5 Flat with $10 Odds) and the Come Odds are off for the next come-out roll, the following are the pertinent possible outcomes:
- For the come-out roll for a new game, the shooter rolls a 7 (a Pass Line winner). The $5 Flat portion of your Come bet loses, but you don’t lose the $10 Come Odds because they’re automatically turned off for the come-out. The dealer takes the $5 Flat portion of your bet and returns the $10 Odds portion to you by placing the chips either in the Come box or in the apron for you to then pick up.
- For the come-out roll, the shooter rolls a 10 (establishes 10 as the new point). Your Come bet on the 10 wins, but only the $5 Flat portion wins because your $10 Come Odds are automatically off. In this example, the dealer gives you $20 (i.e., he returns the $5 Flat portion and the $10 Odds portion to you, along with $5 that you won for the Flat).
Now, let’s look at turning your Come Odds on for the come-out. The dealer puts an “On” button on top of your Come Odds chips. The pertinent possible outcomes are:
- For the come-out roll, the shooter rolls a 7 (a Pass Line winner). Because you told the dealer to keep your Come Odds on and working for the come-out, you lose both the $5 Flat portion and the $10 Odds portion.
- For the come-out roll, the shooter rolls a 10 (establishes 10 as the new point). Because you told the dealer to keep your Come Odds working, you win both the $5 Flat portion and the $10 Odds portion of your Come bet.
If the shooter establishes a new point number on the come-out for which you don’t have a Come bet (e.g., suppose she rolls 6 as the new point and your Come bet is on the 10), then the Odds portion of your Come bet is immediately turned back on for subsequent rolls, unless you specifically tell the dealer to leave your Odds off. Thanks for your post, and have fun at the tables!