Don’t Make This Mistake While Playing Craps On A Cruise

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It’s in the Casino Royale on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line that offers complimentary staterooms for 2 as soon as you earn enough points for their current promotion. Earning a “Complimentary” cruise means you only have to pay for the taxes and port fees. Of course, you can earn points on casino games other than craps…We just prefer craps but have been known to occasionally play other games when the craps table isn’t open.

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Don’t Make This Mistake While Playing Craps On A Cruise

6 thoughts on “Don’t Make This Mistake While Playing Craps On A Cruise

  1. I love this advice. My goal is to play for comp points as well. Hoping to try my first Craps play next month on Princess.

  2. Excellent roll-out Brian. Thank you for reminding me of a Hybrid I used when I ditched the Odds on the 3 Pt. Molly. Here it is in current form, for a $10 table (fun to play too!).
    ('Don't' bet at Base = total of 3 'Do' bets) Bets in order → $10 Pass Line, $30 DC, $10 Come, $10 Come. Each shoot the Pass + 2 Comes start at $10, any loss add $5, any win Parlay it, if parlay wins restart @ $10 (amazing how often the parlay wins on the Come bet come-out). The Don't bet 'Ladders' in +/- $10 steps, including Come-outs, but the Do bets stay at $10. I prefer to run the Don't through the DC, but as you know, sometimes the DP behaves so well it's better. If I'm switching between DC & DP, I'll switch after 2 losses if 'Choppy' & 1 loss if outcomes 'Streaky'.

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