Proposition bets in Craps: These Craps bets means you are betting that a particular thing will happen on the very next roll. For instance, you might make the ‘hard ways’ bet, which means that you are betting that the shooter will roll a 4, 6, 8 or 10 by rolling a double. These bets have a house advantage of anywhere from 9.1-11.1%. This is a huge house advantage, and it is very rare that they hit. Tie bet in Baccarat: This is a bet that neither the dealer nor the player will win, but that the hands will tie. This is a very rare occurrence in online Baccarat, therefore the house advantage is high. At 14.1% casino advantage, this is the very definition of a sucker bet. Insurance bet in Blackjack: Although Blackjack has one of the lowest house advantages (and there is also a lot of skill involved), this is a sucker bet. Depending on how many decks of cards are being used and the rules of the table, the house advantage of this is at least 5%, but can be as great as 14%. Only very experienced card counters สมัครบาคาร่า can make this bet work for them, and even then its still a sucker bet. Progressive side bets: Games like Caribbean Stud Poker often have one of these. You usually place a wager (a dollar is the usual amount) to try to win a side jackpot that can be upwards of $25,000. Though huge jackpots like this are very tempting, they are also very hard to win. You would have to hit a Royal Flush in order to win this bet. Also, imagine this- you play 20 hands and make the side bet each time. That is $20 you could have used towards the actual game wager instead of a sucker bet. Imagine what you might have been able to win at a bet with better odds using that $20. Single number bets in Roulette: This is especially true for American Roulette. The reason? American Roulette has two zeroes on the wheel, as opposed to European Roulette, which has only one. This takes the overall house advantage from 2.63% with a single zero wheel to a whopping 5.26% in American. The single number bet has only a 1 in 38 chance of winning, which are very long odds indeed. Try even-odd or black-red bets instead which have a much lower casino advantage. Keno: Any version of Keno, and anyway you play it, the house advantage can be a whopping 25%. Yes, that was not a typo. Because of the large amount of numbers you have to pick, it is not advisable to play Keno very much. A few times for fun, perhaps. But don’t spend all your money on it or you will quickly find yourself broke.