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Craps -The Intimidating Table Game?

Who hasn’t walked past a craps table the first time feeling intimidation and excitement at the same time? Everybody that’s who!

Nevertheless, it doesn’t stop the curious from learning the game as quickly as possible. Novice player or not - it is for the real gambler, wanting real money action.

Learn the ins and outs and that daunting sentiment quickly disappears. It’s not like the Hollywood portrayal of high-roller James Bond types. A dress code of men in white tuxes sipping on martinis and lovely ladies blowing on their dice isn’t reality.

Come as you are…shorts, sandals, beer in hand and a stack of chips

…and the best part is, it applies to online craps or land-based casinos!

Is Craps a Hard Game to Learn?

It might seem overwhelming and confusing at first. But let’s be honest that goes for anything when not well studied. With a bit of research, you’ll beat the house and be bumping elbows with the best of players. After all, it could be you as the next craps champion

Basic 'Must Knows'

Does the roll of the dice have any impact of the game? That is one controversial question with many players having their own theories. Watch each die long enough and decide for yourself!

Practice playing craps with my new and improved craps game.

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Rules

  1. 3-4-5X odds are allowed.
  2. To simplify the game, instead of offering both place and buy bets, I offer just one for each number. Each number pays the better odds between place and buy bets. I refer to these as 'buy bets.' They pay 7-6 on the 6 & 8, 7-5 on the 5 & 9, and 39-20 on the 4 & 10.
  3. Lay bets pay true odds, but player must prepay a 5% commission, based on the possible win. This works out to odds of 19-25 on the 6 & 8, 19-31 on the 5 & 9, and 19-41 on the 4 & 10.
  4. If the player selects 'keep bets working,' then all bets will be on for come out rolls. Otherwise, buy, hard ways, and odds on come bets will be turned off.
  5. If the player selects 'leave winnings bets up,' then only wins will be returned and the original wager will be re-bet. However, winning come and don't come bets are always returned. Winnings odds bets on come bets will remain up if there is a new come bet to associate them with. If the new come bet is less than the winning one, the amount of odds on the table will be the same multiple bet on the odds of the winning bet and the rest returned to the player.
  6. Bets may be taken down by shift-clicking.
  7. Put bets and taking down don't pass and don't come bets, that are already on a number, are not allowed.

To slow down the payment stage of the game, hold down the shift and control keys when you click 'roll'.

For fans of my buggy old version one, I still have it. However, I highly recommend playing this current version instead.

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Ahigh
http://wizardofodds.com/games/craps/appendix/2/
1) Look at the edge per roll
2) Choose a bet with the lowest edge per roll
3) If you choose a bet that does not have the lowest edge per roll, choose the bet with the next to the lowest edge per roll
4) If you want more action, max out your lay odds (or odds)
5) Be patient
That's pretty much it.
If you don't bet more than one bet that has an edge at a time you're better off. That's the end of that story, pretty much.
Anything else, you're not going to do as well. The end.
Final parting words, don't bet the come unless you work the odds on the comeout.
Craps is simple if you want to get the best deal.
There are lots of ways to screw it up.
DJTeddyBear
The concept of a come bet requiring two hits is flawed for a variety of reasons. The initial roll could be a 7 or 11, meaning you could have won right there. Or it could have been a 2, 3, or 12 to lose.
By contrast, Place bets would have lost on the 7, but had no action on any other number other than the number it was place on.
If you do all the math, the result is the come bet with full odds IS better than the place bets. But is it significantly better? Define 'significantly'.
One problem with come bets is that 'full odds' thing. If you're at a 3-4-5 table (which is typical), a $5 come bet where a 6 or 8 is rolled needs $25 for full odds. By contrast, the minimum for the place bet is $6. A $10 come needs $50 for full odds. Are you comfortable with those kinds of bets? Can your bankroll handle it? If you do come bets (or pass line bets) and don't take full odds, you're giving up extra house edge.
That dealer probably knew that your come bet would not be getting full odds. So in that case, yeah, the dealer may have been giving you good advice to do place bets, but the advice was not about the math and edge, but about your bankroll. And, being a novice, getting paid sooner with the bets remaining active, would seem good - good enough for you to start taking the dealer's advice about other bets. And THAT'S where they will really get you. If a dealer starts recommending any of the bets in the middle of the table, don't listen. Those are all high house edge bets. How do you know? Because the minimum for those bets is only $1. The casino allows bets lower than the table minimum to encourage the bet, because they are such lousy bets.
Bottom line, as a beginner, Just stick with a couple place bets. If you're shooting, add a minimum pass line bet, and back it up with odds. Once you get more comfortable with the game and your bankroll increases, lingo and speed of the action, then you can start adding other bets like the come with full odds, and buying the 4 & 10.
For more info, check out the Wizard's page about craps:
http://wizardofodds.com/games/craps/
I invented a few casino games. Info: http://www.DaveMillerGaming.com/ ————————————————————————————————————— Superstitions are silly, childish, irrational rituals, born out of fear of the unknown. But how much does it cost to knock on wood? 😁
Ahigh
Beginners should not bet the come bet if they want to bet odds IMO.
mustangsally

Sorry if this is a bit confusing I am just trying to learn which way is the better bet and why. War nickel value chart.

what was confusing was the formatting on your first post.
I gave up trying to read it
the better bet, in my opinion, as many will give you their opinions too,
is to bet on the number that will win on the very next roll.
sounds to me you are playing the 'game of craps' and all those bets are sucker bets except for the odds bets and you should be betting on the result of the next roll of the dice. forget about the game of craps. it is a loser game for all except those that can increase their winning rates for the bets they do make. <hint> <hint>

Craps Wizard Of Odds


Nows,Wizard of oz craps version 2
there are only 11 values the dice can be on the very next roll.
some roll more than others. Learn them
learning Craps is like trying to eat an Elephant in a few bites.
aints goin' to be dunn
Break up the next roll into Chewable Morsels
like
like
7 and Field and 5,6 or8
Hey, 3 bets that covers the very next roll
the very next roll will be one of those 3 bets, true

Free Wizard Of Oz Craps


kick some ass and win!
also, watch and listen to the dice and then bet to win
playing craps = fun
winning at craps = more fun
got it?
hehe
or do you really want to play almost forever, win all the casinos money and buy the world to be King?
Wizardhahaha
Sally
Ahigh, you finish that simulation yet?
shhhh
I Heart Vi Hart
mustangsally

Beginners should not bet the come bet if they want to bet odds IMO.

all craps players are either Beginners or Experts
nothing else exists
OP appears to be a beginner
Ahigh
what are you?
Sally
have you finished that simulation yet?
added for flavor:
I calculate starting simple

Wizard Of Oz Craps


RoR and target hitting
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grimreaper1014
When I went to the second casino it had a sign that said you could take up to 10x odds. I never took 10x odds on any of my pass line bets or my come bets. Therefore, I was playing to the casinos advantage right? I only took $400 with me yesterday as that was all I was willing to lose. I have actually increased it to $700 now. Therefore, my bankroll would be $700 now as that is what I could lose without it affecting me.
I was just going by that video as I use all of the wizard of oz's cheat sheets and stuff. For example I use the blackjack and video poker cheat sheets. Then, when I saw he actually had a beginners video for craps I watched with it and just went with it thinking that was the way you play the game with the best chance of winning. I don't mess with the bets in the middle like betting on craps or hi/low yo etc.
I am actually a pretty hot shooter for being a beginner. I watched some videos on dice control and that seamed to help me control my rolls better. However, I have not mastered being able to hit my point or numbers. They seam to be very random. I normally use the all 7's set for the come out and the hard way set there after. I shot about 10 times yesterday and 7'd out I think once on my 3rd roll. On all the other rolls I threw about 20 to 30 times I believe. Put it this way I was shooting forever.
With such a small bankroll should I always backup my pass line bet with full odds? Then make a few place bets? Can someone point me to some good videos to watch on how to learn to play craps correctly or on some reading material that will help me understand all this? I am really just learn how to play correctly and efficiently and to have the best chances at winning or taking minimal losses.
Thanks again everyone,
Rocky
grimreaper1014

The concept of a come bet requiring two hits is flawed for a variety of reasons. The initial roll could be a 7 or 11, meaning you could have won right there. Or it could have been a 2, 3, or 12 to lose.
By contrast, Place bets would have lost on the 7, but had no action on any other number other than the number it was place on.
If you do all the math, the result is the come bet with full odds IS better than the place bets. But is it significantly better? Define 'significantly'.
One problem with come bets is that 'full odds' thing. If you're at a 3-4-5 table (which is typical), a $5 come bet where a 6 or 8 is rolled needs $25 for full odds. By contrast, the minimum for the place bet is $6. A $10 come needs $50 for full odds. Are you comfortable with those kinds of bets? Can your bankroll handle it? If you do come bets (or pass line bets) and don't take full odds, you're giving up extra house edge.
That dealer probably knew that your come bet would not be getting full odds. So in that case, yeah, the dealer may have been giving you good advice to do place bets, but the advice was not about the math and edge, but about your bankroll. And, being a novice, getting paid sooner with the bets remaining active, would seem good - good enough for you to start taking the dealer's advice about other bets. And THAT'S where they will really get you. If a dealer starts recommending any of the bets in the middle of the table, don't listen. Those are all high house edge bets. How do you know? Because the minimum for those bets is only $1. The casino allows bets lower than the table minimum to encourage the bet, because they are such lousy bets.
Bottom line, as a beginner, Just stick with a couple place bets. If you're shooting, add a minimum pass line bet, and back it up with odds. Once you get more comfortable with the game and your bankroll increases, lingo and speed of the action, then you can start adding other bets like the come with full odds, and buying the 4 & 10.
For more info, check out the Wizard's page about craps:

' target='_blank'>http://wizardofodds.com/games/craps/
That must of been why he recommended it then but just didn't explain it correctly to me. I wasn't taking full odds on any of my come bets. I was just backing them all up like 2 or 3 times. The same went for the pass line. Therefore, I guess what he was telling me was correct as I am not comfortable putting $5 on the pass line then backing it with 10x odds and backing all my come bets with anywhere from $15 to $25. Therefore, I think I just came up with the best way for me to play. Please correct me if I am wrong. With such a small bankroll it would be better for me to do like $5 or $10 on the pass line then backing it a few times and putting up a place bet of $6 on both the 6 and the 8 as they are the most frequently rolled numbers besides the 7. Then, sometimes depending on the shooter to press the 6 or 8 here and there and take the bets down when the shooter gets deeper into their roll? Then, when I get up maybe increase to a 3rd place bet?
beachbumbabs
Administrator
For what it's worth, I'm a beginner, and your revised bet pattern is exactly what I have been doing, and it's been very successful for me. As I said, I'm not an expert; please do keep that in mind.
If the point is a 6 or 8, and I'm already placed on them (something else was the first point/previous points), I will have the point bet moved to the 5 or 9, then repopulate after the point is made. If the shooter is rolling really well, I'll have all 4 numbers before long, and keep them riding. I haven't been placing the 4 or 10.
Oh, and I can't stay off the all/tall/small or FireBet if either is on the table. And they've paid very well for me, but they're high-house edge bets, too. However, they're way too much fun not to try a 1-5 bet.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
DJTeddyBear

With such a small bankroll it would be better for me to do like $5 or $10 on the pass line then backing it a few times..

$10? No - unless you're at a $10 table.
If it's a $5 table, you're better off sticking with a $5 pass and put the extra $5 towards the odds.
I invented a few casino games. Info: http://www.DaveMillerGaming.com/ ————————————————————————————————————— Superstitions are silly, childish, irrational rituals, born out of fear of the unknown. But how much does it cost to knock on wood? 😁
AxelWolf

Hi guys,
I just started playing craps.

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