Craps 6 and 8 payout
CRAPS PAYOFFS -- Craps Payout Chart. CRAPS WAGER: (Odds) 4 and 1 to 2: 5 and 9: 2 to 3: 6 and 8: Any Craps: 8 for 1: Craps 2: 31 for 1. The 6 and 8 can be made in 5 difference ways using a set of dice and present the Payout. House Edge % Pass Line Craps Payouts. Craps Tips. Craps. Feb 23, · 6 and 8 Betting Scheme. The good thing about this craps game is that so many different betting schemes are I go up $6. It makes for a nice payout .
Craps: Place 6 and 8 System
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Payout on 6 & 8 odds
This is a system that is designed for the novice craps player. The only betting that occurs is on the 6 and 8.
Again, patience is required in order to use and succeed with this approach. First you need to wait for a shooter to become eligible which means they either roll a natural on the come out or establish a point number.
Only if YOU are rolling. Do not make another wager until a new point is established. You can also increase your bets. This way you avoid huge loses and keep your previous profits. If you continue to win, then start to bump your bets again following the same pattern.
Never increase your bets after a loss. Be patient, there are usually a lot of players at a craps table and your chances of hitting a hot roll are likely one shooter away.
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Discussion in ' Beginner Zone ' started by cdfield , Nov 30, Nov 30, Messages: Thanks for staightening me out. Feb 4, Messages: So if you want to break down into to dimes the odds don t change.
Sancho Panza, Nov 30, Jan 30, Messages: Sancho Panza , Nov 30, Sancho Panza, Dec 1, Sancho Panza , Dec 1, Feb 3, Messages: Thanks to everyone for your input. I think I have it straight now. I'm having a family dinner this week and was hoping to throw some dice afterward. I let ya know how it goes, and I'll probably have lots more questions. The Midnight Skulker, Dec 8, The Midnight Skulker Member.
Jan 28, Messages: The Midnight Skulker , Dec 8, Feb 6, Messages: Mr, Feb 16, Oct 4, Messages: Mr , Feb 16, The Midnight Skulker, Feb 17, The Midnight Skulker , Feb 17, Feb 24, Messages: I've found that being a player helps quite a bit as a dealer as you relate better to the players, have an improved idea of their basic game plan and are able to generally provide better service than a non-playing dealer.
Most players I seem to communicate with better than the non-playing dealers. JGreen, May 20, May 3, Messages: JGreen , May 20, Dealing craps isn't easy, especially for a brand new, "Break-in", fresh out of dealers school. Even super-experienced craps dealers continually end up between a rock and a hard place.
It's like this, the players whom the dealers earn a lions share of their income from through tip revenue want the game to blow up HOT! The casino management want the table, the players, the dice and the dealers to all be very COOL You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is:
It is not hard to learn to play craps. Despite its appearance as you pass by the game table, craps is really quite simple to learn. This primer will get you started. A Quick Primer in Craps by Frank Scoblete The most exciting, yet the most intimidating game in the casino, craps is witnessing a surge of popularity due to the belief that some shooters can change the odds of the game to favor the players by reason of their "rhythmic rolling" or "precision shooting" I believe!
Be that as it may, the majority of craps players play the game so poorly that no amount of "dice control" can overcome the huge house edges that they are giving the casinos. And that doesn't have to be, because at its purist, craps is a very simple game with a very small house edge on its better bets.
Despite its appearance the game is as easy as to learn. The Pass Line that goes around the whole table and the Don't Pass Line that tends to mirror it are the two basic bets of craps. The game starts with the shooter placing one or the other of these bets. Since most players are "right bettors," that is, they bet the Pass Line, let's look at the game from the perspective of the Pass Line.
The shooter places a bet on the Pass Line. He is given the dice. The shooter now rolls the dice. If he rolls a 7 or 11, the Pass Line bettors win even money -- i. The Don't Pass bettors lose. However, if the shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12, the Pass Line bettors lose and, on the 2 or 3, the Don't Pass bettors win; while on the 12, the Don't Pass bettors push, neither winning nor losing. If the shooter rolls any one of the following numbers: For the Pass Line bettor to win, the shooter must roll that number again before he rolls a 7.
The reverse holds true for the Don't Pass bettor. If a 7 is rolled before the point, the Don't Pass bettor wins. If the shooter "sevens out," the dice are passed on to the next shooter. If the shooter hits his point, he "comes out" again, just as in the above.