# Across

When you bet Across, you are betting all the Place bets, in the same unit amount, not including the Point. E.g. \$54 Across would be: \$10 on the 5, \$12 on 6, \$12 on the 8, \$10 on the 9, and \$10 on the 10. \$10 + \$12 + \$12 + \$10 + \$10 = \$54. After the Point has been established tell the dealer, “I would like 54 across.” and they’ll repeat “54 across.”

Betting across gets expensive. If you have \$10 on the Pass Line with Max Odds (\$50) then bet \$52 across, and the shooter has a Point 7, you never had a chance to collect any money. You just lost \$112 in two rolls of the dice.

Across
Numbers Included: All Numbers except Point
Common Across Bets
One Unit: \$5/number \$26/27 Across
Two Units: \$10/number \$52/54 Across
Three Units: \$15/number \$78/81 Across
One Unit: \$25/number \$132/136/137 Across
Two Units: \$25/number \$265/272/275 Across

## Across without Commission

When you bet Across at lower limits there are going to be two different options you can take: when the Point is 6 or 8 and when the Point is 4, 5, 9, or 10. Because all the numbers aren’t bet in the same amounts, the amount changes based on what the Point is.

### Point 6 or 8

When the Point is 6 or 8 the amount of your bet across is going to be less. This is because it costs more to bet on the 6 or 8 and the fact that it is the Point and you are not betting it, the total cost of the bet is going to be less.

## Across w/ Commission

Whenever you bet Across large enough that you are going to have to buy the 4 and/or 10, the cost of the bet goes up again because you need to include the commission needed to be paid on those numbers

### Point 6 or 8

When the Point is 6 or 8 the cost of your bet will be the smallest because you’re saving money on the fact the 6 and 8 cost more and you wont have to pay for one of them. You will also be buying the 4 and 10, which means you have to pay commission for both of those numbers and you need to add those costs in.