What are "Come" and "Don't Come" bets?
What are "Don't Come" and "Come" bets?
Explain the "Come" and "Don't Come" bets?
Dec 27th, 2007 02:27
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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, 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.
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