Improving Your Craps Game
Craps is an easy game to learn, but difficult to master. The house always has an edge in craps. Some casino players believe that if you can master the art of dice control throws, you can gain an advantage, but if you are planning to play online this is not an option, as you are playing against a random number generator, rather than physical dice.
Remember that if you are playing in a casino and the staff believes you are manipulating the dice, they can declare your roll a "non-roll" and could bar you from the table.
The best bet for low risk craps play, and for beginners, is the Pass Line bet. The house only has an edge of 1.41% on this, and 1.36% if you are willing to bet against the shooter on a Don't Pass bet. The "Big 6" and "Big 8" bets have high house edges at 9.1%.
As with many other systems, the best thing to do is to keep your bets fairly small - divide your bankroll into units, bet one unit at a time, if you win, increase your wager by one unit, if you lose, go back to one unit. This will minimize your losses,
and give you more table time, increasing your chance of winning.
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