# Straight Up

There are four Straight Up bets with names: 2 is called “Aces”, 3 is called “Ace Deuce”, the 11 is referred to as “Yo” and 12 is just “Twelve” (nothing special there). When you bet a number straight up, you are saying the number you picked is going to roll on the very next roll.

Straight Up
Pays Wins Loses
Aces - 2 30:1 1-1 Any other #
Ace Deuce - 3 15:1 1-2
Yo - 11 15:1 6-5
Twelve - 12 30:1 6-6
• All Straight Up bets are one roll bets

## Placement of Straight Up Bets

Each Straight Up betting section has two die and each represents a side of the table which is arranged in a horseshoe fashion

## What do Straight Up Bets Pay

When you bet Straight Up there are two possible payouts. 30:1 and 15:1. The Aces (1-1) and the Twelve (6-6) pay 30:1 or \$30 for every \$1. The Ace Deuce (1-2) and the Yo (6-5) pay 15:1 or \$15 for every \$1.

The Aces and Twelve pay more because there is only one way to roll each of them while the Ace Deuce and Yo each can be rolled two different ways.

## Betting Straight Up for the Dealers

The dealers aren't going to get more bang from a buck with these bets. While these do pay awesome, dealers would probably prefer a bet that is more likely to win.