Craps Game Rules and Techniques
February 4th, 2010 by Gina
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Craps seems like a complex game, and it certainly can be, but you do not need to know all of the intricacies to play it well and get a decent return. If you stay with the general wagers with a low casino edge and do not bet when you are not certain what it’s you are wagering on and its odds.

By betting on the pass line and purchasing odds you can bet with almost no house edge. This just about makes the saying ‘gamble’ wrong if you think it over.

Pass Line

The game begins by placing a wager on the Pass or Don’t Pass prior to the first roll. If a 7 or 11 is rolled 1st you profit and two, three, or twelve will result in you loosing if you wager on pass. The converse is true if you wager on Don’t Pass. With the exception of 12 is a push if you wager Do not Pass. Almost all players bets on Pass, so if you pick Don’t Pass, don’t draw recognition to yourself, especially if you win. If you profit that means everybody else just lost, and aren’t going to take kindly to boasting. Should a different number besides 2, three, seven, eleven or 12 be tossed 1st, that number becomes the point. Don’t wager on the Pass line after the Come Out roll, it’s allowed, but the odds are against you.

Buying the Odds

In order to take advantage of the betting with almost no house edge, you must initially bet on the Pass Line. Following that you will be able to wager a multiple (based on the betting house) of your Pass wager that the point will be tossed before a 7. based on the number of the point, you can come away with up to 2:1.

Gambling along these basic lines will give you with honest hope of becoming a winner. Add the excitement that the craps always appears to deliver and the only way to lose is not to play.

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