$3 Craps Fremont

I never go to the Cal but craps at the Fremont is ALWAYS packed. $3 minimums speak more to new gamblers than higher odds.

  • Jerry’s Nugget is popular for low table game limits and offers a $3 minimum craps game 7 days per week. Joker’s Wild is a short drive from the Strip in Henderson offers some of the cheapest craps in Vegas at a $1 minimum bet Monday – Thursday, and $2 minimums on Friday – Sunday. UPDATE: Table games at Joker’s Wild are temporarily closed.
  • I was on Fremont in May on a Tuesday night and did not see $3 craps at El Cortez. I remember the late 90’s when I learned to play craps at a $1 table at the Sahara! I think I won $35 that night! That would have been $350 now!

Last updated: January 25, 2012 at 10:12 am. Posted by Las Vegas Blog Staff in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Las Vegas Shows, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 1 Comment on 20 New Things in Downtown Las Vegas.

There’s always something new to see and do in Sin City, and this Las Vergas blog loves it some newness, whether it’s on the Strip or downtown.

Recently, we grabbed our trusty camera and went on a walkabout downtown, bringing back poorly-researched news about 20 new things you may find interesting, intriguing or, more probably, the perfect excuse to avoid work for the next 10 minutes. Oh, and remember, even though some may not be completely new, they may very well be new to you, so here we go!

1. Tasti D-Lite Patio at Binion’s

Binion’s has built a little patio for its Tasti D-Lite customers. It’s a great spot for people-watching, despite the fact Tasti D-Lite appears to have chosen a company name on a day when its spellcheck was on the fritz.

It's like a petting zoo enclosure, but in a good way.

2. Pole Dancers in Benny’s Bullpen

Yep, that’s new. The dancers recently began performing on Friday and Saturday nights in the small bar near the casino’s sports book.

Insider tip: In Vegas, 'free entertainment' sometimes has quotation marks around it.

3. Fitzgerald’s Gets a New Name (Definitely) and Logo (Maybe)

Our friends at NeonDice.com have been digging around on the U.S. Trademark site, and appear to have turned up a new logo for The D, formerly Fitzgerald’s. Nothing’s been confirmed officially, but those logo rumors are fresh and tasty. Or “tasti,” whichever you prefer.

Apparently, 'The F' just didn't have the same ring to it.

4. “Marriage Can Be Murder” at the Fitz

It’s best to caveat one’s emptor when it comes to shows touting themselves as “Vegas’ #1” whatever, but this show appears to have some proponents. Read more from the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Whether the show's good or not, we're 74% sure you won't actually die laughing.

5.Fremont Offers $3 Blackjack and Craps, 24-7

We were ready to pounce on some false advertising here, but we actually did find $3 craps and blackjack tables at the Fremont. Guess we’ll have to hold off on our pouncing this time.

6. Sharpshooter Club Rewards Long Craps Rolls

The Fremont is the only casino we know where there’s a roll counter thingy in the middle of the table (see below). The casino’s new Sharpshooter Club rewards those who reach at least 25 rolls. Prizes include things like player points, jackets, etc. If you hit 60 rolls, you’re immortalized on a wall display a few feet from the craps area. Craps newness!

There are strict rules that prohibit photographing the craps tables at the Fremont casino. Probably.


7. Golden Gate Adds Another Outside Bar

It already had one, often topped with bartending go-go dancers, and now the Golden Gate has added another outside bar. No dancing, as far as we could tell, but nothing’s perfect in life.

Soon, you'll have to turn sideways to make your way down the Fremont Street Experience.

8. A Wall Appears Where the Shrimp Cocktails Once Were

There’s a lot going on at the Golden Gate, including temporarily shutting down its famed shrimp cocktail snack bar for a casino expansion. Never fear, the cheap shrimp cocktails will return when the snack bar opens in the spot currently taken by the hotel’s lobby.

9. Spankings Added to Heart Attack Grill Festivities

Everyone who dines at the new Heart Attack Grill restaurant downtown has to wear a hospital gown. The newness? You get to keep your gown if you let the staff spank you. No, we’re not making this up.

The place was packed, so stop your judging.

10. La Bayou Has a New Most-Popular Daiquiri

We figured the most popular daiquiri at the La Bayou slot extravaganza and daiquiri bar would always be strawberry, even though it recently went virgin. But now, we’re informed Jungle Juice is the most popular flavor. These are some of the most reliably delicious daiquiris in town, so give them a taste.

11. Luna Rossa Restaurant at Neonopolis

We love seeing new businesses opening at Neonopolis, and Luna Rossa Restaurant is the latest offering. There are still some kinks to work out, but the Italian menu is moderately priced, and a window behind the bar opens up into the Fremont Street Experience, so this place should do well as the weather heats up. Insider stuff: The restaurant originally had white tablecloths on the tables, but customers thought it was a fine dining establishment, turned around and left. Bare tops seem more appropriate for Vegas, anyway.

Yay for new offerings at Neonopolis.

12. White Castle Sliders at Mermaids

Mermaids, home of downtown’s most talked-about, cheap, deep-fried stuff (Oreos and Twinkies) now offers White Castle Sliders. All right, it’s not front-page news, but when you’re roaming downtown, these might just hit the spot.

13. Mob Bar

This new offering is near the Triple George Grill and the Hogs & Heifers Saloon, and it’s meant to have the vibe of a 1920s speakeasy. It was closed when we visited, but we’ll be making another stop soon to check out Mob Bar. Find out just about anything you’d ever want to know about downtown bars at FremontStreetBars.com.

We don't know the difference between a speakeasy and a bar. We admit it.

14. Oscar’s Steakhouse at The Plaza

The former Las Vegas mayor’s name is all over this restaurant and bar which resides in the space formerly occupied by Firefly. Oscar Goodman is said to schmooze guests, and the views are unbelievable.

The full name is 'Oscar's: Beef, Booze, Broads.' It's Las Vegas, so just deal.

15. Rocco’s Wants You to Have a Free Cigar

Go on, have a cigar, just nowhere near us, please. Anyway, this cigar stand outside Oscar’s is brand new, and the owner said if you stop by and mention the Pulse of Vegas blog, you’ll get a free cigar. Not that we condone that kind of thing.

We don't judge, we just report. And, yes, we tried to type that with a straight face.

16.There’s This

It’s on Fremont Street and it’s new, therefore, it makes our list of new things downtown.

Fact: Chuckwagons in the old west often served pizza. And churros. Or something.

17. Swingers Club Offers Free Comedy Shows

The Swingers Club at the Plaza, operated by none other than Paris Vegas headliner Anthony Cools, is serving up some free comedy on Wednesday nights. We love us some free Vegas stuff.

Yes, we could have mentioned this with the other Plaza stuff. Stop your nagging and get your own blog.

18. Las Vegas Club Loosens Its Slots

A sign on the wall inside the Las Vegas Club casino says it loosened its slots by 40%. We do not have the energy to find out what that means or to verify the claim, but the sign is new, so we’re sharing it.

That sounds like it may require the assistance of a physician.

19. Las Vegas Club Dancers Get Tarred and Feathered, But Without the Tar

These Las Vegas Club go-go dancer uniforms featuring feathers are new.

20. Vegas StrEATS Festival

This gathering, boasting food trucks, music, fashion and art, has been going on for a few months now, but in the grand expanse of time, it’s still relatively new. Find out more.

Follow the light. Hint: If you hit the Luxor, you're no longer downtown.

That’s it. We’re spent. Our feet are swollen. Our liver is possibly damaged. Our camera batteries need recharging. The things this blog does for you.

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Hello all!
I was wonderiing if the more experienced craps players on this forum could lend me their advice? I am heading to Vegas in a couple of weeks, and plan on playing craps only. I always play with a minimum pass line bet (never the dark side) combined with maximum free odds. I hardly ever make a place bet (very rarely), and I dont use come bets (simply a bankroll issue). So basically it is just a single minimum pass line bet with maximum odds until either the point is rolled or the shooter 7's out. Then the I bet the same for the next roll and so on.
Can I get some input as to what my minimum bankroll should be to handle the potential 'swings' if...
...I am playing at a $3 minimum table with 10x odds.
...I am playing at a $5 minimum table with 3x,4x,5x odds.
...I am playing at a $5 minimum table with 20x odds (sure wish MSS downtown offered $3 minimum craps with 20X odds instead of the $5 minimum. Do they ever offer $3? Weekday mornings on occasion perhaps?).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Its my understanding to bring to the table 7 to 10 times the amount you are betting. So a $5 table with 3-4-5x odds pass line w/ odds only ave bet $25.00 so $175 to $250. Also keep in mind that the $5 table could be to crowded to play or not available at all so bring enough for a $10 table. Just my 2 cents.
$5 with 5x, you are potentially betting $30 each come out. $300 minimum. $500 would help you handle some bad variance.
Your session money should be 10x your initial bet. If you lose 50% of your buy in, leave that table. If you win 20-30% of your buy in, pocket your buy in and 50% of your winnings, then play with the other 50% of your winnings. Every $50, pocket 1/2 and play with the excess. Simple advice to leave a winner or keep losses to a minimum.

Your session money should be 10x your initial bet. If you lose 50% of your buy in, leave that table. If you win 20-30% of your buy in, pocket your buy in and 50% of your winnings, then play with the other 50% of your winnings. Every $50, pocket 1/2 and play with the excess. Simple advice to leave a winner or keep losses to a minimum.

I don't get it. Why buy in for 10x if you're going to leave the table after losing 5x? Why not just buy in for 5x and leave if you lose all your chips?
Maybe so that you look less like a tool? IDK.
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Basic money management 101....
If you want to play smart, you need to leave a particular table after 3 consecutive losses, or up to 50% of your buy in. It can be 40% or 30% or whatever your loss trigger(comfort level) is to leave that session. The same goes if you are winning. Only continue to play if you've reached a predetermined goal (win 20-30%), then play with 1/2 of your winnings, rat hole (pocket) the rest. If you feel that you're going to play underfunded with (scared money) and expect to lose all of your chips, why play at all?
You should always leave a table with at least half of your buy in so you don't feel like a total loser (I'm not being offensive here)......You should also have enough bankroll to play a predetermined amount of sessions. If you're playing 3 sessions, have enough bankroll for each individual session. Don't use money from 1 session to fund another one (unless you want to lose it all)
Craps is a negative expectation game with a small house edge on certain bets. Knowledge of how to bet, and when to leave the table (winning or losing) is a must. The longer you play, the house edge will eat at your winnings.
Another good indicator when to leave a table and find another game is a choppy table. If you find yourself winning a few hands, and losing a few on a continuous basis, find another table. You won't keep any profit on that table.
If you're going to play craps for the 'fun' of it, then by all means buy in underfunded and expect to give it to the casino.
Just my opinion
I have done both--$400 buy-in with a $200 'loss limit' and just a straight $200 buy-in with the 'felt' as the loss limit. I've won and lost both ways but I just kind of like the larger buy-in better than the smaller one. I've got enough discipline to stop, so that is not an issue, and I just don't like leaving with 'nothing' even though it is really the same amount at risk both ways.
I don't have a 'win' limit at all--I do move the 'floor' up as we go--if I am up to $500, the floor becomes $400 and on up. While it is nice to stop with a 25% profit sometimes, it is also fun to hit a good roll at that point and play it out. I get a bit more aggressive in pressing as the chips add up and it usually turns out pretty well--a win is locked in, and now I am shooting for a big win. I may not be the most aggressive at the table at that point but I am far from the least aggressive.

You should always leave a table with at least half of your buy in so you don't feel like a total loser

I pretty much subscribe to this too. And to have a bankroll that is 20x your approximate average bet, in any case certainly no less than 10x plus a cushion so you leave with something if the luck is bad.
For pass line plus odds:
...I am playing at a $3 minimum table with 10x odds. >>>> $600
...I am playing at a $5 minimum table with 3x,4x,5x odds.>>> $500 [average bet of $25 being an estimate]
...I am playing at a $5 minimum table with 20x odds >>>> $2100 !

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My last outing was a $10 table with 3x4x5x and my bankroll of $1000 seemed sufficient, but after a losing session I broke my own rule with another session and regretted it. It is as if the dice smell blood when your bankroll is insufficient!

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the next time Dame Fortune toys with your heart, your soul and your wallet, raise your glass and praise her thus: “Thanks for nothing, you cold-hearted, evil, damnable, nefarious, low-life, malicious monster from Hell!” She is, after all, stone deaf. ... Arnold Snyder

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To answer your question directly w/o my 2 cents worth ( I'm not a pass line bettor)
On a $5 table with 3-4-5x odds, your bankroll should be $300 for that session.
$5 pass line bet plus $25 odds(5x) on the 6&8 = $30
$5 pass line bet plus $20 odds(4x) on the 5&9 = $25
$5 pass line bet plus $15 odds(3x) on the 4&10 = $20
your buy in should be 10x the most expensive bet you will make - $30 (6 or 8)
adjust your buy in if you feel you need to play a game with higher odds bets (foolish) unless pass line bets are consistently winning.
I believe Casino Royale on the strip still offers a $3 table. The tables there are very 'bouncy' and good for don't bettors. Also there should be some $3 tables downtown (Fremont Street)
Just my opinion