Lay Odds for a Don’t Come work the same way as Lay Odds on the Don’t Pass. You add them to your Don’t Come Bet after it has moved behind a Point and is also betting that a 7 will be rolled before the Point. If the 7 rolls your Don’t Come Bet and its Lay Odds win. If the Point is rolled the Don’t Come Bet and its Lay Odds lose.
|Don't Come Lay Odds|
|Point 6 or 8||5:6||7||When point rolls|
|Point 5 or 9||2:3|
|Point 4 or 10||1:2|
When you bet Don't Come Lay Odds you put your money in the COME and tell the dealer what Don't Come bet you are adding Lay Odds to.
Place your money in the COME and tell the dealer you want to "Lay Odds" on whichever Point you're behind. The dealer will take the money and heel it next to your Don’t Come bet.
Lay Odds for a Don’t Come Bet work the same way as Lay Odds for the Don’t Pass. They pay differently depending on the Point and you must make them in certain increments. When your Don’t Come and its Lay Odds win, the dealer will pay each bet and then stack all the money into one stack, move it through the DC and hand it off to you.
Like the Lay Odds on the Don’t Pass, when the Point is 6 or 8 you get paid 5:6 or “5 for every 6”. This means that you must bet in increments of $6 and for every $6 you get paid $5.
Since the casino has no advantage on this bet they put a limit on it. The maximum Lay Odds you can add to a Don’t Come bet are the same as for the Don’t Pass. No matter the number, the maximum Lay Odds you can add are six times the Don’t Come bet.
If you make a Don’t Come bet for the dealers and their bet gets put behind a Point, you can add Lay Odds to it. Max for the dealers is still six times.
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