In order to better understand the different options for bets previously mentioned in the article, we thought we would summarize below what generally applies for the different Craps alternatives and the betting itself in particular.

Place Bets
Place Bets are the stakes you can make at any time during the game, whether it is a come out roll or a third roll during the search for a box number. Place Bets mean betting a number of chips on a specific number which you believe the Shooter will throw. If a Shooter has repeatedly thrown one total, it may be a good idea to test a Place Bet on the box number. A Place Bet is made by placing your chips on the middle of the table and indicating to the Dealer how you want to bet. The Dealer will then place your bet on the desired square.

It is important that you do not touch the game table as this is forbidden. When the Shooter throws the dice your number must come up before the total of 7 is thrown. If you win, you receive your winnings while your bet remains on the table until you indicate that you want your bet back as well.

Odds Bets

Once the come out roll has been thrown and the pass line bets are in place, a player can place another bet, a so-called Odds Bet. This type of bet is the only option at a casino for playing on something the house hasn’t set rules for. An Odds Bet is based completely on the theory of probability that something will occur. This bet is not one of the betting options on the layout of a craps table. However, it should be observed that an Odds Bet cannot be made unless you have placed a pass line bet which means that the house still has a certain chance, percentage-wise, of winning.

When you place an Odds Bet you are offered to place another bet in addition to your pass line bet. If the Shooter succeeds in making his point, your bet is returned and you also take part in a win based on the theory of probability of your Odds Bet. If the point is 4 or 10 you get 02:01, if the point is 5 or 9 you get 03:02 and if the point is 6 or 8 your get 06:05.

Proposition Bet
A Proposition Bet is a bet which is easy to explain. Here, you have to guess the right sum on the dice of the next throw. A bet which a Craps player normally does not make since the odds vary between approximately 11 percent to about 16 percent to the advantage of the house; the most adverse odds of the entire game.

In order to better understand the different options for bets previously mentioned in the article, we thought we would summarize below what generally applies for the different Craps alternatives and the betting itself in particular.

Place Bets
Place Bets are the stakes you can make at any time during the game, whether it is a come out roll or a third roll during the search for a box number. Place Bets mean betting a number of chips on a specific number which you believe the Shooter will throw. If a Shooter has repeatedly thrown one total, it may be a good idea to test a Place Bet on the box number. A Place Bet is made by placing your chips on the middle of the table and indicating to the Dealer how you want to bet. The Dealer will then place your bet on the desired square.

It is important that you do not touch the game table as this is forbidden. When the Shooter throws the dice your number must come up before the total of 7 is thrown. If you win, you receive your winnings while your bet remains on the table until you indicate that you want your bet back as well.

Odds Bets

Once the come out roll has been thrown and the pass line bets are in place, a player can place another bet, a so-called Odds Bet. This type of bet is the only option at a casino for playing on something the house hasn’t set rules for. An Odds Bet is based completely on the theory of probability that something will occur. This bet is not one of the betting options on the layout of a craps table. However, it should be observed that an Odds Bet cannot be made unless you have placed a pass line bet which means that the house still has a certain chance, percentage-wise, of winning.

When you place an Odds Bet you are offered to place another bet in addition to your pass line bet. If the Shooter succeeds in making his point, your bet is returned and you also take part in a win based on the theory of probability of your Odds Bet. If the point is 4 or 10 you get 02:01, if the point is 5 or 9 you get 03:02 and if the point is 6 or 8 your get 06:05.

Proposition Bet
A Proposition Bet is a bet which is easy to explain. Here, you have to guess the right sum on the dice of the next throw. A bet which a Craps player normally does not make since the odds vary between approximately 11 percent to about 16 percent to the advantage of the house; the most adverse odds of the entire game.