For the beginner, a game like Craps can be quite daunting. Once you’ve learned the basics and know the rules, you’ll find the game pretty easy to understand. As always, the strategy plays an important role and adherence to a calculated and intelligent strategy ensures good, if not always winning, results for every player.
A crucial part of craps is that the player understands that they are rounds. Not much can be done to manipulate the outcome in craps. Instead of trying to predict the outcome of a single die, in a strategically well-planned game the outcome must be taken into account and the bet amount must be varied accordingly. You have to bet more if you win and less if you lose.
Take advantage of the opportunities
Try betting at high odds and be mentally prepared not to win every time you roll the dice. Therefore, take the best chances that you can handle, use them in your favor as much as possible and play skillfully. The best odds on the table, in a craps game, are Pass, Do not Pass, Come, Don Come.
Most bets can be added, removed or subtracted at any time. There are certain exceptions, which are Come-and-Pass bets where the player can not exceed the maximum bet on the odds. It is said that a pass bet gives the house an advantage of 1.41%, while a don’t-pass bet yields slightly less than 1.41%. These line bets form the core of a winning strategy. Part of it requires a player to focus on odds to improve the best bet. He must either buy odds in a pass or lay odds in case there is no pass. This plan will improve your initial bet as the house has an odds in odds.
Place an odds bet by adding an incremental amount to the original pass / don’t pass after the come-out roll. Generally, you must buy the highest possible Odds Bet odds. At maximum use you minimize the house advantage here.
Here is a basic rule you can follow: If you are putting laying odds, let the initial do not pass bet be a multiple of $6 and then double your double odds to multiples of $12 Buy quota, set your pass to a multiple of 5 to get twice the odds, a multiple of 10.
Do not pass to success
Most players choose the right game and buy the odds because the repayments appear larger. But here’s a piece of advice for those who are seriously playing to win. The strategy is to look at the wrong game to use the smaller house advantage and slow it down. Wrong and Laying Odds is for experienced players with a big hit and for those who have the tenacity to spread the winnings over longer playing time.
When it comes to double odds, it may be safer not to double on each round. Let’s look at the probabilities. You’ll find that there are four ways to roll a 5 and 9, three ways to roll 4 and 10, and five ways to roll 6 or 8. After all, there are 6 ways to roll a 7. You are betting badly and going for double odds, the 6’s and 8’s appear frequently, which makes you lose the bet. Therefore, it is a good strategy to play double odds for the 4’s and 10’s.
A final piece of advice that comes directly from experience: Before you arrive at the table, you should know the rules and the basic terminology of the game. Craps has its own language, which may seem complicated to newbies, but can be easily learned through practice. Nothing is more annoying than an intrusive player who has no idea what he is (usually he is) doing. Make sure you learn the basic terminology and be humble enough that you may not know everything about the game