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**Don’t Pass Lay Odds**

Just like the Pass Line, after the Point has been established, you are allowed to make an Odds bet but there is a big difference between the two. On the Pass Line you “Take Odds”, and you bet them to win more. On the Don’t Pass you

**“Lay Odds”**and bet more to win less because you’re more likely to win. You cannot Lay Odds unless you have a Don’t Pass bet.

**Lay Odds have zero advantage for the casino.**

Even though this bet has zero advantage for the casino, many people don’t like to bet it because you have to bet more in order to win less. After a Point has been made the Don’t Pass and its

**Lay Odds**are more likely to win than the Point because it wins on a 7 and a 7 is more likely to roll than any other number. This is why you have to bet more to win less.Coming out.....

I will bet $5 on the DONT PASS

7 & 11 lose - 2,3 win, 12 push

8 ways to lose, six ways of the 7, two ways to roll 11

Only 3 ways to win. One way to roll 2, two ways to roll 3

Brutal

Dice roll.....

I will bet $5 on the DONT PASS

7 & 11 lose - 2,3 win, 12 push

8 ways to lose, six ways of the 7, two ways to roll 11

Only 3 ways to win. One way to roll 2, two ways to roll 3

Brutal

Dice roll.....

Point 5 Dealer marks the five. I

I am favored to win. 6 ways to roll 7

I lose if shooter rolls 5

Only 4 ways to roll 5

2:3 odds

Whenever you are wagering on a favorite, you must bet more to win less.

Whenever point is 5 or 9 player must wager in units of three.

Each 3 wins 2.

6 wins 4. 15 wins 10. 45 wins 30,

75 wins 50 (3 green chips win 2 green)

I also made a $5 DONT COME bet above.

**lay**$15 to win $10I am favored to win. 6 ways to roll 7

I lose if shooter rolls 5

Only 4 ways to roll 5

2:3 odds

Whenever you are wagering on a favorite, you must bet more to win less.

Whenever point is 5 or 9 player must wager in units of three.

Each 3 wins 2.

6 wins 4. 15 wins 10. 45 wins 30,

75 wins 50 (3 green chips win 2 green)

I also made a $5 DONT COME bet above.

**Lay Odds**on the Don’t Pass go right next to the players Don’t Pass bet on the side that’s closest to the base. They aren’t stacked straight up like Odds on the Pass line. They are heeled off which make it look like they are at an angle and you should heel them off in the direction towards the base. Players can add to and take away from their Lay Odds at any time. Lay Odds are not contract.

Lay Odds on the Don’t Pass pay differently depending on what the Point is. The Point also determines the dollar amount you should be Laying for that Point. You Lay the 6 and 8 in multiples of 6, as stated above, the 5 and 9 in multiples of 3, and the 4 and 10 in multiples of 2. These multiples were created based on the number of ways the bet can lose compared to the number of way they can win.

Pays 5:6 on the 6 and 8

The Don’t Pass and its Lay Odds lose when the Point is rolled, and there are 5 ways to roll the 6 or 8. You win when the 7 rolls and there are 6 ways to roll a 7. There are 5 ways to lose and 6 ways to win. It’s written 5:6 and read “5 to 6” or you win “$5 for every $6”. This means that you can only make the Lay Odds bet in multiples of six. If you make your Lay Odds Bet in anything other than a multiple of 6 then whatever extra is on the bet will be handed back to you and the dealer will only pay you on what is proper.

1:2 on 4 and 10...Lay odds pay only half

The Don’t Pass and its Lay Odds lose when the Point is rolled, and there are 5 ways to roll the 6 or 8. You win when the 7 rolls and there are 6 ways to roll a 7. There are 5 ways to lose and 6 ways to win. It’s written 5:6 and read “5 to 6” or you win “$5 for every $6”. This means that you can only make the Lay Odds bet in multiples of six. If you make your Lay Odds Bet in anything other than a multiple of 6 then whatever extra is on the bet will be handed back to you and the dealer will only pay you on what is proper.

1:2 on 4 and 10...Lay odds pay only half

**Don’t Come Lay Odds**

**Lay Odds**for a Don’t Come work the same way as Lay Odds on the Don’t Pass. Players add them to their Don’t Come Bet after it has moved behind a Point and it’s also betting that a 7 will be rolled before the Point. If the 7 rolls your Don’t Come Bet and its Lay Odds will win. If the Point is rolled the Don’t Come Bet and its Lay Odds lose. You can add Lay Odds at any time a Don’t Come Bet as long as it is behind a Point and they are not Contract bets so players can take them back at any time. Lay Odds are always working and you cannot turn them “Off”. They must be returned.

In the illustration above shooter throws a 10

My DC bet goes behind the 10

I Lay $50 to win $25

My DC bet goes behind the 10

I Lay $50 to win $25

**Placement of Don't Come Lay Odds**

When a player wants to add

**Lay Odds**to their Don’t Come bet they must give the bet to you the dealer. They will drop the Lay odds in the Come area and tell you want to Lay Odds for them to whichever Don’t Come Bet you have behind a Point. You will take that money and heel it next to your Don’t Come Bet as illustrated below.

Above the player is betting $50 in

The wager is in the smaller box above the point.

If shooter throws a 7-out I win both bets

**Lay odds**to win 25The wager is in the smaller box above the point.

If shooter throws a 7-out I win both bets

**VIDEO 1**- HOW TO PRACTICE PAYING

SIMPLE

**DONT PASS**BETS.

VIDEO 2 - HOW TO PRACTICE PAYING

Lay 3:2

**DONT PASS**ON POINTS 5 or 9Lay 3:2

## VIDEO 3 - HOW TO PRACTICE PAYING

**DONT PASS** ON POINTS 6 or 8

LAY 6:5

## VIDEO 4 - HOW TO PRACTICE PAYING

**DONT COME (DC)**

WINNER SEVEN

SEVEN OUT

WINNER SEVEN

SEVEN OUT