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The different kinds of craps players
Craps is a fast-moving table game. The dealer will move the odds bet into the same box as the Come number. A player who lets loose with a loud "Come on, seven! Competition has sparked ever-increasing free odds offers. Still, you should know the correct pay-off for those times when you are shooting the dice. If that number comes up before the next 7, you win.
How to Play Craps
Crapless Craps -by heavy. You may have run across it at the Stratosphere in Vegas. Or was on some backwater boat in Mississippi? Or maybe it was at that Indian casino you visited on vacation. Many players like this game, yet after thirty years on the market, Crapless Craps is still difficult to find. Primarily because it is a proprietary game, which means casinos must pay a licensing fee to use the layout. Part of this comes out of confusion over the payout schedules - still another set of numbers for dealers and players to learn.
The 2, 3, 11, and 12 are point numbers in this game. At first glance the Crapless idea looks good. In fact, giving up that sure winner on the eleven for a shot at winning on the 2, 3, and 12 boosts the house edge on the pass line to a whopping 5. Placing single odds will reduce the vig to 2. Double odds reduces it further to 2. However, most of these games offer nothing better than double odds.
Therefore, the pass line bet should be avoided unless you are shooting the dice. The true odds of any point rolling are based on the number of ways that point can be rolled in relationship to the number of ways the seven can be rolled. What would be the correct pay off if the shooter made the point? There is one combination of the dice that adds up to twelve. The six-six. But there are six combinations that add up to seven. They are one-six, two-five, three-four, four-three, five-two, and six-one.
Therefore, the correct true odds on the twelve are six to one. The rest of the numbers pay the same as in a traditional game. Sounds good, right? But remember, the elimination of the eleven as a natural increases the vig in this game.
The betting sequence starts with the come-out roll, which is the first roll of the dice. The come-out roll is the time to place Pass bets, by placing a chip or chips on the Pass line directly in front of you, or Don't Pass bets, by placing a chip or chips on the Don't Pass bar. Pass bets are betting with the shooter, and Don't Pass bets are against the shooter. A player designated the shooter then flings the dice to the opposite wall of the table.
If the come-out roll is 7 or 11, Pass bets win and Don't Pass bets lose. If the come-out roll is 2, 3, or 12, that's craps, and Pass bets lose. Don't Pass bets win on 2 or 3, but 12 is "barred"; Don't Pass bets neither win nor lose if the come-out roll is If the come-out is any other number, that becomes the "point. If a 7 comes up before the point number, Don't Pass bets win and Pass bets lose. When the shooter "sevens out" -- fails to make the point -- the dice are passed to a new shooter.
Opportunity to shoot is passed around the table clockwise. If the shooter is coming out, a plastic disk, black side up with the word "Off" in white, will be placed in a corner of the layout, usually in a box marked "Don't come. Likewise, you may bet propositions or hard ways before any roll by putting a chip or chips on the layout and telling the dealer what bet you want.
The Best Bets Although you may bet on any two-dice combination you can imagine, newcomers should limit themselves to the handful of bets that offer the lowest house edge :. The house has only a 1. Most players bet the Pass line, partly because they like the camaraderie of rooting for the shooter to make the point.
Pass-line players are called "right bettors," as opposed to the "wrong bettors" who play Don't Pass and bet against the shooter. The come-out is the best part of the sequence for a Pass bet -- there are six ways to roll 7 with two dice and two ways to roll 11, for eight winning rolls on the come-out.
Basically when you bet on C and E, you are wagering that the shooter will roll any craps numbers 2, 3, or 12 and If you hit any one of these numbers, you win the bet. I heard that many people don't really understand this bet because it is actually hard to find on the table, which I will explain below.
The C and E bet has overall odds of The payout odds are actually different for each part of the bet. It normally pays out if the crap numbers come up and it pays if 11 is rolled. Both of these payouts are different than if you made these bets individually.
In the end, the total overall house edge is Another important thing to remember is one part of the combined bet is always going to lose, if either the craps or yo bet, if not both parts. I displayed a screenshot of the bet below.
The first thing you should look for is the proposition betting box, which is placed in the center of the craps table layout or the left side of the image below. Surrounding this area is eight C and E spots on each side of the proposition box. It is just two small circles with a C and E in each one. There are a bunch of these here, unlike a single clear spot where you can put your chips. If this sounds confusing, click on the image to open the Flash game and make a wager on C and E to understand the bet better.
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