How to Win at Craps with a Little More Money – craps betting strategy

Craps Strategy Video Information:

In this craps betting strategy I show you how to win at craps with a little more money. In this video I revisit my very popular video on the Hedge 6/8 craps strategy. You can win with just a $200 bankroll on a $10 table. $20 is bet on the don’t pass for the come out roll, followed with place bets on the 6 and 8 for $12 each. At this point you are hoping 6 and 8 shows to win your place bets. If a seven does show up and you lose your place bets, the don’t pass hedges your lose and you only lose $4. Good luck on coloring up!

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How to Win at Craps with a Little More Money – craps betting strategy

10 thoughts on “How to Win at Craps with a Little More Money – craps betting strategy

  1. Just went on a cruise and won twice the money I put in playing this strategy! Thanks for teaching us!! When the point is 6 or 8, I change the place bet for that number to a come bet and put $1 on the hard way for the point. This way you always have 2 points working for you.

  2. just tried taking this to a table today and really didnt work out well. kept rolling yo elevens and hitting the point every time. The rest of the table loved me but i was not doing myself any favors. Came out with only 84 out of a 200 bank roll. Better luck next time!

  3. Bro, why would you EVER remove the Don't Pass bet? Once the point is set, you ALWAYS have the best odds over any point. Hence the reason you are allowed to remove it..

  4. This and deal or no deal so far are personal favs. I like using the Don't as a hedge.

  5. On the variation 3:26 can you hedge the point and the lay beat with enough money to have change to spend on a free point?
    Something like that but I'm having a hard time following him…

  6. Would you condone a hedge on a point of 6 or 8 with a $1 hardway? Sure it's an extra buck at risk, but it gives you a one dice combination edge.

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