This is sort of why I was asking and makes sense.
I have placed bets in what seems various ways and yes, they do figure it out.
I thought there was a "universal" language but then craps is a unique game.
Yeah, but usually after a buy-in you don't have any $1 chips.
If I toss them 2x$5 and say $6 2-way, I don't want them to say toss another $5 chip since it is really $12 and not $6 because the terminology is wrong.
I thought I asked before but can't find the thread.
If wanting to bet $3 on the CE for me and for the dealers for a total of a $6 bet, is that a "$3 CE two way" or a "$6 CE two way"?
Couldn't remember if you call the bet amount for each ($3) or the total bet amount ($6)?
Oh, so if the point is 4 and you lay $20 you actually get $10?
I was thinking that laying the 4 for $20 would get you $20. Was not aware that laying a number actually is the odds bet.
Now that makes sense.
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