Wednesday 5 June 2019

Casino Games - Craps

Craps is a popular casino game where participants roll a dice, having made a wager on the outcome. Typically, players in casino craps bet against the bank, not against each other line in street craps.


Craps has its origins in a more complex game played centuries ago in Western Europe called Hazard. The game was introduced in the US by Bernard Xavier Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville in the early 1800s.


Participants in casino craps play the game while standing around a rectangular table designed for the game. Players are discouraged from doing sitting. Two dice are rolled, players having already wagered on the outcome. Every player in casino crab has an opportunity to roll the dice. You
win when the sum of the outcome is a 7 or 11.


The odds of getting a first roll sum from 2 to 12 differs. for instance, the odds of hitting a sum of 2 are 1 in 36, while that of getting 10 is 3 in 36.

Biggest winners

Between 1992 and 1995, Archie Karas won over $40 million in craps and poker.


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