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Craps Tricks for Beginners

Craps Rules and Plans

February 27th, 2010 at 11:21

Craps

Craps seems like a difficult game, and it can be, however you don’t have to understand all of the intricacies to play it well and receive a honest return. If you stay with the general wagers with a low casino edge and do not bet when you aren’t assured what it’s you are wagering on and its odds.

By wagering on the pass line and buying odds you can wager with almost no house advantage. This just about makes the expression ‘gamble’ false if you think it over.

Pass Line

The game starts by making a bet on either Pass or Don’t Pass prior to the first roll. If a seven or 11 is tossed 1st you acquire a win and two, 3, or 12 means you loss if you bet on pass. The converse is valid if you cast a bet on Don’t Pass. Except twelve which is a tie if you place a bet Don’t Pass. Just about all gamblers lay money on Pass, so if you choose Do not Pass, do not attract attention to yourself, especially if you win. If you succeed that means everybody else just was defeated, and are not going to take kindly to boasting. Should any number besides 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12 are rolled first, that number becomes the point. Don’t place a bet on the Pass line after the Come Out roll, it is legal, but the probabilities are against you.

Purchasing the Odds

In order to take advantage of the betting with virtually no house advantage, you must initially wager on the Pass Line. Next you are able to bet a multiple (depending on the betting house) of your Pass wager that the point will be rolled prior to a 7. based on the number of the point, you can earn up to two to one.

Betting along these general lines will provide you with a real chance of coming out a champ. Add the exhilaration that the craps always appears to generate and the only way to lose is not to compete.

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