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all bet in craps

Bonus Craps adds three new side bets that win big based on the numbers rolled. Players may make any additional side bets after a 7 rolls and only on the come out roll.

Are a popular series of wagers that casinos began offering a few years ago.

Because these bets can be made in $1 increments and have huge payouts, even disciplined craps players are known to place these wagers at times.

In fact, the assembled gamblers often keep track of these bets when this wager has been placed.

Some gamblers cheer when rare bets on another gambler’s checklist is rolled, even if that same roll means their bet loses.

Each of these wagers is separate, so I’ll discuss each in its turn.

The Small/Tall bets are similar to the Hi/Lo bets in other games, where the wager is placed on high and low numbers The Small Bet involves rolling a 2,3,4,5, and 6 before the shooter rolls a 7.

Players should pay close attention, because it does not mean one of those five numbers has to be rolled; all five numbers must be rolled.

Thus, the small bet requires at least 5 rolls, with the 7 never been rolled before a two, a three, a four, a five, and a six are rolled.

It is like the parlay bet in horse racing, where several bets must be successful in order to win.

The house edge on the Small Bet is 34:1, which has a house edge of 7.76%.

Some casinos pay only 30:1 on this wager, which increases the house edge to a whopping 18.30%.