The four Outside Points are 4, 5, 9, and you bet them in the same unit amount, not including the Point. If the Point was 8 and you wanted to bet $10 on each of the numbers, you would have to bet the following: $10 on the 4, $10 on the 5, $10 on the 9, and $10 on the 10 — $10 + $10 + $10 + $10 = $40. This bet would be 40 Outside.
|Numbers Included:||4, 5, 9, and 10|
|Common Outside Bets|
|One Unit: $5/number||$15/20 Outside|
|Two Units: $10/number||$30/40 Outside|
|Three Units: $15/number||$45/60 Outside|
|One Unit: $25/number||$76/77/102 Outside|
|Two Units: $25/number||$152/155/205 Outside|
When you bet Outside at lower limits you don’t have to worry about commission because you’re not betting large enough that a vig needs to be charged. The bets on each number are also the same since you are not betting the 6 or 8. The only difference is if you’re betting three or four numbers.
When the Point is 6 or 8 you are betting all four Outside numbers. This is when the cost is going to be the most.
When you start to bet Outside at higher limits you will have to include the cost of the vig. This will cause three different possible bets depending on what the Point is.
Outside bets are most expensive when the Point is 6 or 8 because you have to bet all four Outside bets. You need to pay commission for both the 4 and 10.
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