Posts Tagged ‘craps’

Do Coolers Actually Exist?

If you’re a gambler who loves to spend his spare time in the casino, then it is very likely that the following situation happened to you at least once: you were on a winning streak, the pit boss is looking down on everyone with a frowned eye and then some random person comes at the table and woosh, the table becomes dead. On a side note, I also heard stories about the opposite situation, when a special person coming at the table has the potential to transform everyone’s bad luck into a winning fest. Essentially, what I’m trying to say is that numerous gamblers out there believe the coolers are real.


Craps Strategy: Minimize Edge of Casino

Craps is a game of chance in which the casino always has a small edge, no matter what other, so-called experts, might tell you. This means, that there is no system available for craps that will make you a guaranteed winner, but if you make the bets giving the house the lowest edge possible, you will be able to have a great time with your money when playing craps.

The best bets available at the craps tables are the Pass/Don’t Pass and Come/Don’t Come bets. When betting on Pass or Come, the casino has an edge of 1.41%, while the edge of the casino for the Don’t Pass and Don’t Come bets is 1.40%, which basically means that the house edge for these 2 types of bets is almost the same, but still somewhat lower for the Don’t Pass and Don’t Come bets.


Craps Rules: How to Play Craps

When you go to an online casino, you can usually hear where the craps tables are located. They are usually the loudest. But, before you can join the fun, you should try to learn the rules of this exciting casino game. To help you, we explain the basic rules below.

When a new round begins, the players will make bets on “Pass” or “Don’t Pass“, as well as several other bet opportunities, which are always available, and which are explained below. But, in general, we recommend avoiding these other bets, as the house edge is much higher, compared to the “Pass” and “Don’t Pass” bet.