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Las Vegas Craps (Photo courtesy of Flickr User Las Vegas Lass)

This is the 10th tip in our eBook How to Play Craps – 11 Rolls to Win.

Las Vegas Craps…it’s all in the name!

How can you not have fun when you play the game named after the fabulous city of Las Vegas! Las Vegas Craps, also called Bank Craps is popular in Nevada casinos. This variation has a special table layout and has a string-like wire that is stretched a few inches from the table’s surface. The dice must be thrown over the wire or string. When betting in Las Vegas Craps, all bets must be made against the house. It’s important to know that the house edge is appoximately 1.4%.

Another variation to be familiar with is Crapless Craps. This is basically the original game in a simpler form. The main differences is that the shooter has a greater disadvantage, the house edge is 5.38% and players can bet that a 2, 3, 11, or 12 is thrown before a 7.

Start spreading the news…New York Craps is mostly played in New York and surrounding areas. The main difference here is that the table layout is called a double-end-dealer table. The overall house edge is 5% and one disadvantage is that the New York Craps game does not allow Come or Don’t Come bets.

Simplified craps is a variation in which players win by rolling 2, 3, 4, 10, 11 or 12. Players lose if a 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 is rolled. The overall house edge is 2.8% in simplified craps.

Die Rich Craps only uses one die. This variation is also known as Fading Craps, Open Craps or Money Craps. This game is usually played in private and involves big money bets against the book. The book keeps a percentage of the total money wagered. Just be cautious, this variation is illegal on and offline.

If you are interested in one of our Vegas Style Gambling Cruises that include Craps, Black jack and Roulette or just want more information…

You can also download our eBook How To Play Craps – 11 Rolls to Win for FREE at either link below:

How to Play Craps - 11 Rolls to Win on Myrtle Beach How to Play Craps - 11 Rolls to Win on Fort Myers Beach

– Emily

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