How to bet on craps · Craps Betting Guide · Craps Odds and Probabilities
Understand it yet?
A basic understanding of fundamentals of the game of Craps should be understood by now, if not go back or try this easy little game below to practice the fundamentals.
a basic simple game of craps.
The game of Craps can be played by rolling two dice and:
- counting a win with a roll of 7 or 11.
- counting a loss with a roll of 2, 3, or 12
If a 4, 5, 6,8, 9, or 10 is rolled, then that is the point.
If the point is rolled again before a 7, count that as two wins. Now roll again to find another point or a 7 or 11.
If a 7 comes up before the point, it is another loss — trust me you will have more losses than wins.
a basic extended game of craps.
To extend the game further, take six small pieces of paper and write a 4 on one, a 5 on the next, and so forth. This will help in remembering which numbers have been rolled.
Take the simple game above but after a point has been established, keep track of the other numbers that come up before the point or a 7 is rolled.
- If a 4, 5, 6,8, 9, or 10 is rolled, not counting the point as it is a winner already, turn over the piece of paper with that number facing up. Now roll that number or the point again before a 7, if it does come up, count it as two wins, just like rolling the point. then turn the paper over. There may be a time when all pieces of paper are turned over.
- Again, a 7 is a loss for the point and any other number that did not come up—these also count as losses. If two other numbers plus the point did not come up before a 7, then that is 3 losses to count.
- If whilst trying to roll the point again and a 2, 3, 11, or 12 come up, ignore them for now—they will be added to the next little game.
One cannot learn something thoroughly unless one practices, participates, or partakes in the subject—to learn it is to do it / to do it is to learn it!!!!