What are "Come" and "Don't Come" bets?
What are "Don't Come" and "Come" bets?
What are bets of "Come" and "Don't Come"?
Dec 26th, 2007 23:02
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Other bets can be made during the game after the come-out roll by
anyone, called "Come" and "Don't Come" bets. These are made by placing
the bet on the "Come" box or the "Don't Come" box; these bets are
regarded as Pass (Don't Pass) bets, but as if the very next roll of the
dice were the "come-out" roll of a new game. For example, if a come bet
is made and if the next roll is 7 or 11, the Come bet wins immediately;
if the next roll is 2, 3, or 12, the Come bet loses immediately;
otherwise, the number rolled is the point for that Come bet (called a
come point). Such a Come bet is moved onto the area of the table where
its point appears, awaiting a roll of either its point or seven. The
game for a Come bet always continues until this happens, even though the
shooter rolls the point for the Pass line, even though the shooter
begins a new game for the Pass line, even though another shooter begins
rolling, as long as the termination conditions for that Come bet have
not yet occurred.
The payoffs for Come and Don't Come bets are the same as for Pass and
Don't pass bets.
It is possible to place odds bets on the points of your own Come and
Don't Come bets by handing the bet to a dealer and stating that you want
"odds on my ". Unless you specify otherwise, odds bets on Come are
declared "not working" on a come out roll after a point is made.
However, odds on Don't Come bets are usually working by default.
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