Craps Guidelines and Techniques

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Craps feels like like a complex game, and it certainly can be, however you do not need to know all of the rules to play it well and get a honest return. If you stay with the general wagers with a small casino edge and do not bet when you are not assured what it’s you are betting on and its odds.

By wagering on the pass line and purchasing odds you can wager with virtually no house edge. This just about makes the expression ‘betting’ invalid if you really think about it.

Pass Line

The contest begins by laying a bet on either Pass or Don’t Pass before the first roll. If a 7 or eleven is tossed 1st you win and two, 3, or 12 will result in you loosing if you bet on pass. The converse is accurate if you place a bet on Do not Pass. With the exception of 12 which is a tie if you bet Do not Pass. Most everyone wagers on Pass, so if you decide on Don’t Pass, don’t draw attention to yourself, especially if you come away with a win. If you win that means everyone else just loss, and aren’t going to like any boasting. Should a different number besides two, 3, 7, 11 or twelve be tossed 1st, that number becomes the point. Don’t place a bet on the Pass line after the Come Out toss, it’s allowed, but the odds are against you.

Purchasing the Odds

In order to take control of the wager with virtually no house advantage, you must initially bet on the Pass Line. Next you can wager a multiple (based on the casino) of your Pass wager that the point will be rolled before a 7. Depending on the number of the point, you can earn up to 2:1.

Gambling along these basic lines will give you with a real hope of coming out a champ. Add the thrills that the craps always appears to deliver and the only way to lose is not to play.

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