Once again, the don’t-come bet is the opposite of the come. It is made after a point is established and is independent of the don’t-pass bets. The same rules apply to the don’t-come bet as to the don’t-pass bet on the come-out roll. If a point number is rolled, the dealer moves the bet to an area above the place bet boxes, and this bet wins if a seven is rolled before the point number is repeated. You may lay odds on the don’t-come bets the same way you do on come bets. The amount and ration of the odds bets are the same as those of the odds on a don’t-pass bet.
A don’t-come gambler is doing exactly the opposite of the come gambler. After a point is establlihed, he clearly has the advantage.