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Craps Is there any rule as to WHEN new dice are introduced into a craps game and the old ones removed?

Discussion in 'Craps Forum' started by scaredmoney, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. scaredmoney

    scaredmoney New Member

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    Sorry but this should have been posted to the craps question forum. I'm new, and not very computer literate. Is there any rule as to WHEN new dice are introduced into a craps game; and the old removed? More specifically, say a shooter has relatively hot roll (20 +) before the eventual 7-out. Will the stick person automatically take out the dice used and replace with 5-new dice; because of the shooter had a good roll? Just how does that part of the game work. Thank you.
     
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  2. Heavy

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    Generally the dice are changed at every shift change, so every eight hours. Some casinos don't change the dice as frequently. If a casino has low traffic it may just change the dice once a day. Depends on the casinos in house policy, but in most large casinos it's done at every shift change.
     
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  3. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Heavy,

    Have you heard from John Patrick lately ? Nice to see you here.



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  4. scaredmoney

    scaredmoney New Member

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    Thank you Heavy. Thought they might be superstitious and remove the dice after a so-called hot roll. My best.
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