Shooting CRAPS in an Airstream
I am an avid Craps Player. I have dealt Craps, trained Craps dealers and players and Play Craps at a Casino... in the order listed. I love winning. I hate losing.
Dealing Craps, the house usually raked in the chips. Someone would ding us on some long shot inside wagers at 30 for 1 with a $25 chip wager... but we eventually earned every chip back.... Las Vegas Nights were three nights a week. We charged $10 for $100 in chips for our Las Vegas Night action. Our local Police Chief would come in to practice Black Jack and to look around to make sure everything was on the level. It was. We did not make much money after paying the five other dealers, but it was fun while it lasted. The Lee's Vegas Casino in Lee's Summit, Missouri.
Had a 12 and a 14 foot Craps Tables for training dealers and players ready to play Missouri Riverboats when they opened. Along with Roulette, Black Jack and some electronic slot machines on free play tokens. When Riverboats in the Midwest became legal... no one wanted to learn and it was over for us.
At what Airstream Trailer Length between the 16 foot Bambi and the 34 foot offer the best practice length? Or double up a couple of 25 footers?
I do not want to hear from Blackjack, Roulette or Poker players as your choices are more passive than the hard and difficult physical activity of tossing a pair of .750 inch dice to one end of an excessively long... Airstream.
So.... travelers to Las Vegas and local State Casinos. Does shooting a pair of a dice in a 16 foot Bambi or longer Airstream best suited to a seasoned gambler, or should I sell our 25 foot International for a fiber glass trailer more suited to the acetate dice?