How Many Different Bets on Craps?

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Today we talk about all the different ways you can bet at the game of craps. Craps is a simple game that has 11 different numbers to bet on. But the complexity comes in all the different ways you can bet on those 11 numbers. See if you know all the ways you can win at craps.

Buy bet –
Lay bet –
Put bet –
Lay odds bet –
ATS bet –
Fire bet –
Hard way bet –

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How Many Different Bets on Craps?

9 thoughts on “How Many Different Bets on Craps?

  1. As always, super informative. I had my wife watch, and she loved it, as sheโ€™s just learning.

  2. I'm still fairly new to playing Craps. I think this is a very good comprehensive presentation of what you stand to win or lose whenever you put your money on a Craps table. A player can incorporate which bets they feel best fit in a strategy they are playing, or one they have developed on their own. Thank you!

  3. Great video! I don't remember you mentioning odds on come/dc/put as being separate bets, but I think there's an argument for those. I'd also say horn, 3-way, and 2-way bets could be considered different bets because you could do like a $5 horn or $25 3-way but couldn't do $1.25 on each horn number and $8.33 on each 3-way number.

  4. Thanks Color up just finishing watching the latest video and I will be sharing this with my beginner friends and like you said Thatโ€™s Why I Like The Game Of Craps ๐ŸŽฒ

  5. I've always wondered how the tips are paid out. Is your tip shared equally between the 3 dealers at the one table? Or, are the tips pooled and shared with all table game dealers? Or, are they shared with all hourly casino floor personnel?

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