I don't gamble a lot, but when we have guests who
think we're lucky to
live only 15 minutes from a sharp casino, we always
take them, and I
play craps, my favorite. I've been told that the best
bet is on the
pass line, and wonder if it's true. Brenda C.
with cronies can be enjoyable entertainment, and based
on your pass line play, you're already an expert amongst
your friends. Still, less than one percent of players
who belly up to the game understand dice as you do.
Most players are greener than the felt on the table.
So, Brenda, allow me to give your gambling gang and
fellow readers the only bets you really want to make
on a crap table. The best bets on a crap game are
the pass and come line bets you subscribe to, those
wagers with odds, and the placing of the 6 or 8. These
three wagers have a casino edge of 1.5% or lower.
Stick to these three, and you'll be certified to get
your teaching credentials.
Size Up The Dice
Games management is the second line of defense
when a new deck (set) of dice is introduced on
a crap game.
The Casino Advantage In Hardways
The actual odds, pitted against the player's payout,
determines what the casino's advantage is on a
hardway bet, and NOT how many more ways you can
roll an easy 6 or 8 versus 4 and 10. Let's examine