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#6 – Multi Roll Craps Bet: All Together Now

Posted by Megan On April 15th

Multi Roll craps bets

This is the 6th tip in our eBook How to Play Craps – 11 Rolls to Win.

Don’t put all your wagers on one number.

Multi roll craps bets are bets that cannot be determined on the first roll.

It’s important to know that casino rules can vary for multi roll craps bets, so we advise that you always check the rules before playing them.

If a point is made by the shooter before the outcome of the multi roll bet decided, these bets are considered “not working” in the new come-out roll until the next point is established (unless the player calls the bet as “working”). Did you know that the Big “M” Casino (Fort Myers Beach) has a free craps class on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday?

Here are some popular multi roll craps bets:

Hard way: A bet that the shooter will throw a 4, 6, 8 or 10 the “hard way”, before he throws a seven or the corresponding “easy way”. A hard way is when both dice show identical values (doubles or pairs). For example, a 3 – 3 is a “hard way” 6.

Easy way: You guessed it, this is the opposite of the hard way. This is a bet that the shooter will throw a 4 ,6, 8, or 10 the easy way before he throws a 7. An easy way does not have to have identical values. For example, a 6 the easy way could be a 2 – 4 or a 1 – 5. These bets may not be available often. It’s best to check the rules before playing.

Big 6 and Big 8: A player bets that either the 6 or 8 will be rolled before the shooter throws a seven. Experienced players usually avoid this type of bet since the pay even money (1:1). It would pay more (7:6) to just place a bet on the 6 or the 8. Again, some casinos do not even offer the Big 6 & 8 so check the rules first.

Place and Buy: Players can place or buy any point number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) by placing their bet in the “come” area and telling the dealer how much and on what number(s), “20 on the 6”, “10 on the 5” or “25 buy the 8”. Players bet that the number they bet on will be rolled before a 7 is rolled. These types of bets are considered working bets, and will continue to be paid out each time a shooter rolls the place or buy point number. Place bets are NOT working during the come out roll but can be “turned on” by the player.

If you are interested in learning more about basic craps bets, Black jack,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 Fort Myers Beach How to Play Craps - 11 Rolls to Win on Myrtle Beach

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