Craps seemed to be one of the most complicated casino games at home. Large tables with exotic signs and various types of bets tend to intimidate many people. Often there is a large crowd of people around tables and unexperienced players tend to stay away than being rushed into the game. Starter players who are trapped in the game tend to make mistakes that are expensive because many popular bets on the table have a bad opportunity and the edge of a large house. When they lose, they never wanted to play craps again because of the lack of understanding of the game.

Believe it or not, Craps is the single best game to play in terms of opportunities if you know bets. The best bets and bets in Casino Craps are free opportunities bets, which are actually known as “recret” craps bets. The reason why this is called betting is not even marked on a table with all exotic bets. Free opportunities are usually used along with pass paths or do not pass line bets, which are big bets.

The typical “line line” bet has a house edge of 1.41%. The edge of the house is the possibility of a casino against the players. The edge of the house is the difference between the actual opportunity, which is a mathematical opportunity, and payment opportunities, which is what casinos are paid. Ideally, a player wants to pay the same as true opportunities, which means no one has advantages and players win the casino. You can think of this as a bet whether the reverse coins will land on the head or tail.

Free opportunities betting pretty much bets from all casino games that pay true opportunities! This means the edge of the house is zero percent. First, you need to make a “trajectory” bet or “don’t pass”. The bet “Don’T Pass” has 1.36% House Edge, which gives players a little better than betting “Pass Line” in Craps. Both bets are related to seven rolls.

Because craps are dice games based on rolling a pair of dice, opportunities indicate that number 7 will be rolled more often than other numbers. “Pass Line” bets win when the dealer shoots seven and loses craps or 2, 3, and 12. Betting “Don’t Pass” wins on rolls 2, 3 and loss at 7 and tie roll 12. Another number becomes “Points”.

This is only after the “Points” number has been established that the player can make a free opportunity bet. Basically the player bets that the same number will be rolled before 7 rolled. It is more likely that 7 will be rolled in this case but the betting you make in a free opportunity bet is really fair in mathematical terms because the payment is based on true opportunities!

Usually what happens during the free Odds craps bet is you will be able to make additional bets from some of whatever you bet on the “pass” or “don’t pass” line. Casinos usually allow multiples of three (3x) maximum bets for free opportunities. This means you can make bets that are three times greater than the bet “pass” or “don’t pass”. The strategy here is to make maximum bets to reduce the edge of the house. Casinos in Las Vegas allow free ODDS bets 10x, 20x and even 100x!

Remember that the house still has a small advantage against you in “Pass” or “don’t pass” betting that you originally made. By placing the maximum free opportunity bet, which does not have the advantage of you, your average opportunity to increase against the house. The more money (or weight) is placed on free opportunities, the more the edge of the house decreases on your initial bet.