Craps Strategies

Use these easy craps strategies to help you discover this exciting game

Here are a couple of craps tips before you start:

  • Craps can be as simplistic or complicated as you want to make it. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of different ways to place bets. However, unless you are really experienced, stick to the simpler craps strategies. Both strategies on this page are very easy to use.


  • Playing craps online can turn into quite a fast game. Make sure you think about each bet and do not bet on autopilot. Chances are you will make a mistake and potentially lose a lot of money.


  • Never risk your whole bankroll on one session. You will lose some sessions; the goal is to win more than you lose. That is gambling!


  • A good rule is to play a session until you have won 20% of your session bankroll. Then either quit or take a long break before beginning a new session.


  • Always play in "units". One unit can be equal to $1 or $20, it does not matter. By playing in units, you will get used to playing larger amounts when you become more successful.



Craps Strategy 1: Betting on 7

Step 1:
Decide on the amount you want to risk for the session. Now take the session bankroll you decided on and divide it by 100. This will be your "unit value". For example: If you decide to play with $200, your unit value will be $2.

Step 2:
Bet 1 unit on the "any seven" box. This means that if you roll a 7, you get back 5x your bet (including your original bet). If you win, take your profit and repeat the 1 unit bet only. If you lose, go to step 3.

Step 3:
Follow the betting progression below until you win. Then go to step 2. You can see that you only need to roll one 7 every 16 rolls to make a profit. The odds of rolling 7 are 14% or one in every seven rolls. So although you might encounter a "dry spell" where you do not roll a 7 at all, this should be very few and far between.


Roll nr Units bet Profit
1 1 4
2 1 3
3 1 2
4 1 1
5 2 4
6 2 2
7 3 4
8 3 1
9 4 2
10 5 2
11 6 1
12 8 3
13 10 3
14 12 1
15 15 1
16 19 2



Craps Strategy 2: Slow and steady

Step 1:
Decide on the amount you want to risk for the session. Now take the session bankroll you decided on and divide it by 20. This will be your "unit value". For example: If you decide to play with $200, your unit value will be $10. This strategy calls for big bets to make money.

Step 2:
Bet 1 unit on "don't pass". Now roll the dice and one of the following will happen:

  • If you roll 2 or 3, you will get back 2x your bet (including your original bet). Repeat step 2.


  • If you roll 7 or 11, you lose your bet. Repeat step 2.


  • If you roll 12, you draw (not winning or losing anything). Repeat step 2.


  • If you roll 4,5,6,8,9,10 a point is established (the number you rolled). Go to step 3.


Step 3:
Bet 1 unit on the point as a "place bet". At this stage you cannot lose anymore! Roll the dice again:

  • If you roll 7, you win your "don't pass" bet and lose your "place bet", thereby breaking even.


  • If you roll the point, you win a small percentage of your bet, depending on the point established.


  • If you roll any other number, continue to roll until you roll the point or a 7.



Advanced strategies

As mentioned before, there are a lot of craps strategies floating around. Most of them are silly and will only help you lose money. After spending a lot of time and money evaluating and implementing different craps strategies, Craps Winning System was one of the most consistent winners I found.




 

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