Bubble Craps at Ellis

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Bubble Craps at Ellis

6 thoughts on “Bubble Craps at Ellis

  1. How many horns did you guys miss at the end there and why the hell can’t he toss the dice like that when you’re rolling out on the table lol. Happy birthday color up, love the pop in.

  2. So I'm playing squeeze play on crapless. The point rolls and my bets are still out and off. A 3 rolls. Then red. What would have been a front line winner ends up costing all my bets. So it's not really the same game.

  3. this got so much better once you figured out you dont need to drag the chips

  4. If you cashed out when you were over $150, the first hundred. Then put in the second $100 and cashed out again, when you hit $150…you guys would have been up $100.

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