Craps: Rules And Variations
As in almost all existing casino games, some variations offer a slightly different experience. So let’s take a closer look at some of the more common craps variations.
“Crapless Craps” is a variation in which the player can never lose their initial bet in the pass line when craps numbers 2, 3, or 12 are rolled. This variant is popular with gamblers and unpopular with casino providers as it significantly reduces the house edge.
“High point craps” is another variation that favors players. In this game, craps numbers 2 and 3 are completely ignored if they appear on arrival. If this happens, the launch will be repeated. Players also win directly if an 11 or 12 is thrown.
“The die rich craps” is played with a single dice. The player instantly wins if the result is a 6 and loses if it is a 1. All other numbers establish the point. After that, the player gets three more attempts to re-roll the number of points without rolling the number 1. If the player fails, the die is passed to the next player, and a new round is rolled.
Popular Craps Strategies
There are several betting systems that can be used for online craps, but as always, we should warn you against betting that is beyond your financial means.
Craps is a game of chance, and there is no safe system that will allow you to win. With that said, let us introduce you to some of the commonly used tips and tricks for winning at craps.
Of course, you can use the Martingale system by doubling the craps losses. As always, this only works with a large bankroll and no maximum stake, so beware.
The Iron Cross betting system allows you to place bets on the “fields” as well as bets on 5, 6, and 8. This means that you place a bet on everything except the number 7, and thus you will win on 30 of the 36 combinations of dice.
Avoid hardway bets. The odds are much worse than the actual numbers, and the payments just aren’t worth it.
If your bankroll is not that high, avoid single bets as well, as the odds are almost never in your favor.