• Proposition wagers in Craps: These Craps bets basically means you’re betting that a particular thing might happen on the very next toss. For example, you might make the ‘hard ways’ wager, which indicates that you’re wagering that the tosser will toss a four, six, eight, or ten by tossing a double. These wagers have a casino edge of anywhere from 9.1-11.1%. This is a huge house edge, and it is awfully abnormal that they hit.
  • Tie bet in Baccarat: This is a bet that no one, the house nor the player will come out on top, but that both hands will tie. This is an extremely atypical occurrence in online baccarat chemin de fer, therefore the house advantage is high. At fourteenpercent casino edge, this is the quintisential definition of a sucker bet.
  • Insurance in Blackjack: Although black jack has one of the lowest house advantages (and there is also a tonne of talent involved), this is a sucker bet. Depending on how many decks are being used and the rules of the table, the house edge of this is at least 5%, but can be as big as fourteen percent. Only very accomplished card counters are able to make this wager work for them, and even then it remains a sucker wager.

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