Craps Scammers Added To The Nevada Black Book

A recent craps incident at the Bellagio in Las Vegas proves that the infamous Black Book is still being used in Nevada to record the names of banned gamblers. Two craps players were able to take the Bellagio casino for almost $1.5 million while executing their bold craps scam which involved one of the craps dealers at the establishment. A …

What happens to come bets when the passline point wins?

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, …

Las Vegas Craps Champions are Known as Golden Arms

The Crapspit read a recent online article published on multiple news media sites about dice controllers called “Golden Arms,” a name coined by the California Hotel and Casino given to craps players who hold the dice for more than an hour before losing. We found it interesting because the article seems to start by supporting the notion of dice control, …

Craps Cheaters Go Bust!

In Cleveland, Judge Kelly Gallagher sentenced two of three men who cheated at the Jack Casino in Cleveland on 25 July 2015 to return the money they cheated the casino out of at craps and to serve probation for five years. The third man has not yet been identified. Cuyahoga County prosecutors and the Ohio Casino Commission brought the case …

Casino Cheats and Thieves: The Simpler the Better

Casino theft is still a big problem, even with today’s sophisticated surveillance equipment and techniques.  The three biggest thorns poking at the casinos are theft by casino insiders, theft by customers who snatch-and-run, and cheaters at table games, especially the craps tables. Surprisingly, the simplest rip-offs are the most difficult to spot and prevent.  In 2015, the Gaming Control Board …