Craps Strategy - Best Bets
As a general rule, the best bets you can make on craps are 'Pass', 'Do not Pass', 'Come' and 'No'. If you stick to it, the home advantage will only gravitate around 1.40%. In addition, placing 'Odds Bets' will allow you to reduce it further. There is also the 'Place Bets' on the 6th or the 8th or the 'Field Bets' on the 2nd or the 12th.
Other types of craps are not very interesting. Do not be afraid of words: some bets are frankly catastrophic. For example, some 'Hardways' offer 11% profit margin at home! In other words, if you want to make use of a paid approach strategy, place bets to reduce the house advantage and avoid unique throwing bets even if they are tempting!
'Pass' and 'Venue' Bets
One of the basic strategies of craps is to 'bet on a win'. In other words, place bets and bets, which are among the most profitable bets in the casino world, both terrestrial and virtual, because of the low profit margin of the house, set at 1.41%.
In craps, putting 'Pass' is the most popular bet. There are only 4 ways to lose it. You will lose your bet if the player rolls a 2, 3, 12 on the 'come out roll' or if he rolls a 7 after setting a point. Check out our table of dice combinations below for more information on the odds of success. The coming bet, in turn, works in the same way as a bet of 'Pass'. The only difference is that it takes place after the initial dice roll and the establishment of a point. You win if the shooter gets a 7 or 11 after placing the bet and lose if he gets a 2, a 3 or a 12.
'Do not Pass' bets and 'No-Come' bets
If it is possible to bet on a victory, nothing prevents you from adopting the opposite reasoning and bet on a defeat. Players place bets against those who have placed 'bets' and bets. In other words, you will win where others will lose, and vice versa. In land-based casinos, this type of bet can wreak havoc at the time of the redistribution of winnings. This kind of problem does not arise in online casinos because of the automation of the parties. The house profit margin for this type of bet falls to 1.36%.
The setting 'Do not Pass' is the opposite case to the setting of 'Pass'. You win if the shooter gets a 2 or a 3, there is a tie ('stand-off') if the player gets a 12 (nobody wins) and you lose if the shooter gets a 7 or a 11. According to the same logical that the setting of 'Pass', if the player totals 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10, it is said that he establishes a 'point' and the round continues. If he remakes this point before getting a 7, the bet is won. Otherwise, the bet is lost. The non-come bet opposes the coming bet. Again, it can only be done after the come out roll and the establishment of a point. The non-come bet is won if the shooter gets a 2 or a 3 and lost if he makes a 7 or 11. If he gets a 12, there is a tie. If the shooter rolls out another number, the point is established. You will win the bet of no-show if he gets a 7 before he can make his point.
The 'Odds Bets' - Paris on the odds
There is also a type of craps that reduces the house's edge. After establishing a point, you have the option of placing a complementary bet 'on the odds'. Generally, it is two to three times higher than the initial bet. By placing it, you assume that the point will be set again before the appearance of a 7. You can also place 'Odds Bets' on 'Do not Pass' bets and 'No-Come' bets. In addition, the more you can place 'Odds Bets', the lower the house profit margin.