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Craps BetsThere are numerous bets that you can make on the craps table. Below we take a look at some of the more popular craps bets and some! Our advice - stay away from those bets with a high house edge percentage.
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Some Craps Bets
Betting on the SEVEN
This one-roll bet pays odds of 4 to 1, but the correct odds are 5 to 1 with the difference giving the house a 16.66% edge
Betting on the ELEVEN
Another one-roll bet. It pays 14 to 1, but the true odds are 17 to 1 with a house percentage of 16.66.
The 4 and 10 pay 9-5, true odds 10-5, yielding a house edge of 6.66%. The 5 and 9 pay 7-5, true odds are 7.5-5 (house edge 4%). The 6 and 8 pay 7-6, true odds are 6-5 (house edge 1.51%).
Player pays 5% "vigorish" to get true odds on all numbers. In reality, only the 4 and 10 make buy bets worthwhile. They reduce the house edge to 4.76%.
This bet can be made on the 4, 6, 8 and 10. Payoff is 9 to 1 on the 6 or 8 and 7 to 1 on the 4 or 10. The house edge is 9.09% and 11.11%, respectively.
COME BETS & DON'T COME
Even money bet with the exact same house percentages of 1.414% and 1.402%, as the pass line bets.
Pays even money (house edge is small, 1.414%). Undoubtedly, this is one of the craps bets that you could make.
Pays even money (house edge 1.402%). Slightly better odds than pass line bet odds.
A one-roll bet that pays even money or 2 to 1 on 2 or 12. House edge is 5.55%.
Another one-roll bet. If a 2, 3 or 12 hits, you'll get 7 to 1 odds. House edge is steep at 11.11%.
BIG 6 & 8
Player bets in boxes marked as such as receives even money instead of 6 to 5 true odds. The House has a 9.09% edge here.
Although the 2, 3, 12 and 11 may be bet on separately, this area is also known as the "horn." A player makes a horn bet by handing the bet to the dealer, calling out, for example, "$4 horn bet." This would give him $1 on each of the four one-roll propositions. Payoff is 30 for 1 on a 2 or 12, A 3 or 11 pay 15-for-1. True odds are 35 to 1 (2 & 12) and 17 to 1 (3 & 11). The house edge on all four bets is a whopping 16.66%.
When a point is made (either the shooter's point on his first roll, or a come point on a succeeding roll), a player can take the odds. He will receive 2 to 1 on 4 and 10; 3 to 2 on 5 and 9; 6 to 5 on 6 and 8. He lays the same odds when he bets against the point.
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