Craps Strategies

Figure out How to compete in Craps – methods and tactics: Sit Down at an Available Seat

by Aden on Mar.08, 2010, under Craps

You observe a table with a few open spots. Which location should you occupy? That is a matter of individual desire. Is there a gorgeous man or female wagering by themselves at one end of the table? Which players are smoking? Which appear careless? Who seem inebriated or obnoxious? Pick a location where you’ll feel the most at ease.

I prefer betting on the end, immediately next to the dealer. On the end, I don’t have to worry about folks on both sides of me. I do not prefer playing near to the stickman as I always seem to get in the way of him trying to get the dice or maneuvering the stick.

After betting for a while, you’ll get a feel for your preferred spot. You don’t have a pick when it is filled. If you end up in an awful location (like, an obnoxious guy is next to you), simply move to a different free location. If the craps table is full, hang out until someone leaves and take their spot. Be aware of a player "coloring up," which is an indication that she is leaving, and tell the croupier that you would like to move into her spot. The dealer will then reserve that spot and not permit a different player to rapidly step in. The croupier will amiably ask the new player to shift to the location that you leave. Obviously, when you switch positions, do not forget to take your chips.

People near you can affect your mood and entire wagering experience. They can cause it to be exciting or miserable. You may get stuck next to a chain-smoking obese guy with awful body odor, or it might be a group of drunk hotties spilling out of their skimpy tops. So, choose your spot wisely.

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