Craps Ruleas

Craps Ruleas - Craps Rules The game of Craps is considered...

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Craps Rules The game of Craps is considered America's most popular gambling game. Because the Craps table uses  unfamiliar language, it is often considered very complicated. However, after learning the terminology, it is  in reality, quite easy. In the middle of the Craps table are what is known as proposition bets. This includes  all one roll proposition bets. The House has an advantage on these bets of from 2.778% on the "field" to  16.667% on any 2 or 12. For this reason, we will not be going into detail on any of these bets. If you want  to win consistently, you want to stay away from these bets.  You may stand at either end of the table, as both sides contain exactly the same bets. If you were the first  player at the table you would stand at one end of the long table and the stickman would let you pick a pair  of dice. You, being the "shooter" would have to bet on either the pass line bet or the Don't pass. The first  roll of the dice is called the "come-out" roll. PASS LINE BET
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course NOT 001 taught by Professor Notaprofessor during the Spring '08 term at N. Arizona.

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