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Iron Cross Betting: This involves that you will win on any number except a seven being rolled. It requires a bigger bankroll and you will not want your money exposed for very long, maybe 3 or 4 hits and then take it all down or change your bet to a smaller place 6|8 bet. Here is how to do it.

After a point is established (important, it will not work on the come out) Place 34 dollars in the Come Box and tell the dealer "Place the 6|8 for 12 dollars, Place the 5 for 10 dollars". Then you will need to put another 5 dollars on the field box. Here are the results below

2 = +10
3 = +5
4 = +5
5 = +9 (you will win 14, but lose the field -5, replace the field bet)
6 = +9 (you will win 14, but lose the field -5, replace the field bet)
8 = +9 (you will win 14, but lose the field -5, replace the field bet)
9 = +5
10 = +5
11 = +5
12 = +10 or +15 (depends on double or triple table)

7 = -39 (it wipes out everything)

You can see why you would only want it out there on 3 or 4 rolls as the 7 wipes you out, but you can use this to win some money and then turn around and remove all your bets and then place a smaller bet with your winnings like a six dollar 6|8. Statistically, it isn't the greatest betting system with a 3.24% house edge, but Iron cross betting is great for players who like lots of action and want to win frequently.

Posted by Jacob on 11/18 at 04:12 AM
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