Craps is a game in which everybody can win together.
It also has some of the best odds in the casino, so there's a lot of winning to be done! Each player has the opportunity “shoot” the dice and whatever number rolls will determine what bets win or lose and if that player gets to shoot again. Below are the different wagers you can bet on the craps table.
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The types of wagers that can be made are:
An even-money bet. Bet $5, get paid $5. You win if the first roll (“come out” roll) is a “natural” 7 or 11, and lose if the roll is “craps” 2, 3, or 12. Any other number rolled is the “point”, which can be distinguished by the placement of the puck on the point number. That point must be thrown again before a 7 to win.
Once a point is established on a first roll or a come point on a succeeding roll, you may take the odds and win if the point or come points are made before a 7. Payoffs are 2 to 1 on 4 or 10, 3 to 2 on 5 or 9, and 6 to 5 on 6 or 8. “Don’t Pass” or “Don’t Come” odds are in reverse: you must lay the odds in order to win.
An even-money bet with the same rules as a pass line bet. Come bets can be made any time after the first roll when the shooter has a point to make. When number is thrown, your bet goes to that number. You win on a “natural” 7 or 11 and lose on “craps” 2, 3, or 12. Any number that comes up is a “come point” and must be rolled again before a 7 is thrown in order to win.
DON'T COME BETS
Opposite of come bets except that is a first roll of 2 or 3 wins and 12 is a push; you lose on 7 or 11. When any other number is thrown, your bet goes against that number. You win if a 7 is thrown before the point you’re against is repeated.
After the point has been established, you can then make a place bet in the following manner: If you feel that there will be a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 rolled, you may place a bet on any or all of those numbers. In turn, the dealer will take your bet and put it on the number that you want to place. Place bets pay different odds depending on the number.
- 4 and 10 pay 9 to 5 (Bet $5, get paid $9)
- 5 and 9 pay 7 to 5 (Bet $5, get paid $7)
- 6 and 8 pay 7 to 6 (Bet $6, get paid $7)
The field bet is a one roll wager. When a 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11 is rolled, you are paid even money. If the roll is a 2 you get paid double (bet $5, get paid $10) and if the roll is a 12 you get paid triple (bet $5, get paid $15).
One roll bets. Guests can pick a combination of the two dice. Easy ways pay 15 to 1. Hard way pays 30 to 1.
Can be made on any roll of the dice. You make this bet by throwing your bet to the stick person (dealer who is calling all the numbers and controlling the dice with the stick) at the center of the table.
Propositions bets are as follows:
- Any craps 2, 3, or 12 – pays 7 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $21)
- Any 7 – pays 4 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $12)
- Aces (2) – pays 30 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $90)
- Ace deuce (3) – pays 15 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $45)
- Yo (11) – pays 15 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $45)
- 12 – pays 30 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $90)
Wagers are made on a given pair being rolled before either a 7 or any “easy” combination of that number, i.e., hard 4 (2 & 2), hard 6 (3 & 3) , hard 8 (4 & 4), and hard 10 (5 & 5). The only way you can lose is if the number is rolled any other way than with two matching numbers (pair) or if a 7 is rolled.
4 and 10 – pays 7 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $21)
6 and 8 – pays 9 to 1 (Bet $3, get paid $27) Download PDF
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