NEW 2024 Craps Dealer Practice Mini Layout/ Kit Upgrade
For 2024, we've decided it is time for a refresh on a staple of our brand. Introducing the 2024 Edition Craps Dealer Practice Mini Layout! Now featuring a full proposition box, along with updated graphics to match our Casino Quest theme.
Casino Quest Mini 1-sided layouts are great for any craps dealer looking to practice at home! For home games buy the one "base" that meets your needs or buy both left and right bases to practice like a dealer OR to make 1 large table layout that can be managed from both sides.
Upgrade to a full practice kit and save on chips, on off puck, lammers, dice and of course our layout!
- Each felt is 52" wide by 30" deep. This new tech in felts is washable! and scratch resistant.
- A choice between 200 X 10 gram 39mm round denomination OR 11.5 gram 39mm NON-Denomination chips. 50 White, 50 Red, 50 Green, 50 Black. These are the same chips we use at CEG Dealer School. We have found them the most productive for improving finger strength, sizing skills and managing bets.
- 2 X 19mm casino dice.
- 2 X On/Off buttons
- 2 X Lay/Buy Buttons
- 1 X Full Size On/Off Puck
All of the accessory items are the same quality as used in actual casinos. Everything we purchase is from a gaming supply company in Vegas and a direct trade line that focuses on casino grade materials.
This Craps Speed Felt by Casino Quest features a custom designed Craps Layout and is approximately 30" deep by 52" wide. These are run off large sheets and cut by hand so the exact measurements will vary based on their placement inside the large sheet. You will get a small apron or white area on the outside with which to cut close to the edge or keep as a border.
A "speed" felt is so named because it allows chips to move quickly across its surface. Since Dealers are pushing chips (or cheques) all day long across a felt, any resistance on the felt can cause a dealer to make a mistake or lead to fatigue, especially on Craps (Dice) tables. The smoother the surface the easier chips will move. The problem has always been durability and muted colors - until now.