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How to play craps at Fun 88?
Betting at Fun 88 Casino is the heart of every craps game. The game would be boring if everyone just stood around and waited for the outcome.
Craps betting at fun88 app revolves around the roll of a pair of dice. After the shooter has established a point, he or she will roll the dice, approximately, eight more times to settle the pass line bets (either by getting the point or rolling seven).
Even tough, Fun88 App craps game only gets more exciting after the point has been established.
Basic bets at fun88 craps
A good section of the Fun 88 craps table is reserved for come and no-come bets. They are basically identical to the pass line and don't pass bar bets, except that they always treat the next roll as if it were the come-out roll.
Let's say you're the shooter and you started out betting $5 on the pass line but you didn't throw a natural combination (a 7 or an 11).
What you did throw was a 4, so to get the point (and win your pass line bet) you have to throw another 4 before you throw a 7. Since there is a double chance of throwing 7 before you throw 4, you are probably already starting to feel like you lost that $5 pass line bet.
You will not be allowed to take your $5 bet off, but you can reduce the frustration of rolling seven by betting $5 on come.
A come bet treats the next roll as the come-out roll. If you roll a 7, you win the come bet at the same time you lose the pass line bet (because as far as the pass line is concerned, you rolled a seven instead of getting the point, but as far as the come bet is concerned, you just rolled a natural).
In short, come and no come bets allow you to play additional rounds of Fun 88 craps within other rounds, and each can have a different point than the one established by the shooter's actual come-out roll.
No come bets
Let's go back to the previous situation, where our shooter will apply a different strategy. After betting $5 on the pass line, he rolls a 4. He is not comfortable with his odds of getting the point before drawing seven, but he also doesn't feel that he will roll a natural on the next shot. He decides to bet $5 on not coming.
He rolls a 10, which also doesn't settle any of the bets. He still must roll a 4 before a 7 to win the pass line bet, but the point on the come/no come bet he just placed was settled as a 10.
If he had placed a come bet, he would have preferred to roll a 10 than a 7, but since he placed a no come bet, he now wants to roll seven before 10. He has the same odds of rolling 4 as 10, but he is still twice as likely to roll 7 as either of those two settled points. If the next throw is a 7, he loses the pass line bet (of course), but wins the don't come bet.
Betting at the same time on too many come/no come situations can leave players confused about which outcomes they want to get, but don't assume these bets are bad just because they are confusing. In fact, come/no come bets have the same house edge (<1.5%) as pass/no pass line bets. And since these bets are a matter of luck, it really doesn't matter how confusing they are.
Beginning craps players should not worry about placing multiple come/no come bets. The safest way to play craps is to concentrate on backing the initial pass line/no pass bar bets by placing bets that balance the odds of winning (gabela for and gabela against).
In this way, the house edge can get very close to zero. We will talk more about odds bets later in the strategy section because they are perhaps the smartest bets that ordinary gamblers can make in most online casinos.
For now, let's concentrate on ignoring the other bets available in a craps game, especially those proposed near the center of the table. These are very bad options because the rewards offered by casinos do not compare to the risks taken by bettors.
Nevertheless, these bets remain popular with people who drink enough to believe that there is such a thing as a "magic streak," which apparently means achieving a mystical connection with the dice.
If you bet $10 on a hard 6, you are betting that the shooter will roll 3-3 before 1-5, 2-4 or any 7. The odds of that happening are 10-to-1 against you, but the casino will only pay you 9-to-1 if you're right. You'll lose $100 for every $90 you win on that bet.
The trick to win at Fun 88 craps
Once you've applied your mathematical knowledge of gamble betting to reduce the house edge to practically zero, the real trick to winning at craps is knowing when to stop playing.
Statistics tell you what will happen, on average, over time, but craps is a game of streaks, and no mathematician can tell you exactly when a winning streak will end. What's worse, when you've been winning non-stop for fifteen minutes, it's hard to stop after a few bad shots.
And maybe it will. Or maybe it won't. Either way, you're probably no longer in the right emotional state to discern those "maybe's" with any mental lucidity.
Why to play craps at fun88 app?
Fun 88 Craps is much more than a game. It's a party about to begin because it screams "The more the merrier!" with every roll. It's not easy to find other games (inside or outside the Fun 88 casino) that allow so many people to participate at the same time.
If you see a hundred people playing slots at fun88 app, they will be playing them independently. And if you see seven people gathered around a blackjack table, each will be playing a private game against the dealer.
Craps is different! When you roll a seven as the shooter, you can move half a dozen people to tears and break the hearts of another half dozen, and the commotion may even draw even more people into the unique dynamics of the table.
And when you roll seven after the initial shot and the next shooter prepares to shoot, it doesn't mean you're out of the game. It just means your hands are free to drink more and place more bets.
The number of Fun 88 craps
The main obstacle to understanding Fun 88 craps is not the complicated table layout or the unfamiliar lexicon used by participants. It is the widely held belief that seven is always the lucky number.
Seven is the most important number in Fun 88 craps but that has nothing to do with luck... but everything to do with probability. If you roll two regular dice, you'll get sevens more often than any other total.
Just think about it. No matter what number appears on the first die, there will be a number on the other die that, when added to the first die, gives 7 (1 + 6, 2 + 5, etc.). That cannot be said of any other number between 2 and 12.
If the first die is a 2 or higher, there is no way to get a final total of 2 because the other die will, at a minimum, add 1 point.
Similarly, if the first die is a 5 or a smaller number, there is no way you can get a final total of 12 because the most the other die will contribute is a 6. The closer a number is to 7, the more likely it is to come up, but 7 is king at Fun 88.
So, when is 7 the lucky number at Fun 88?
If you are the new shooter and you just placed a $5 bet on the pass line and it is your first roll (the come out roll), then 7 is good luck for you.
Throwing 7 or 11 on the come-out roll is called throwing a "natural" and causes all bets on the pass line to be paid an amount equal to their value. (In other words, it would be your way of turning the $5 into $10).
However, if your come-out roll was 2, 3 or 12, everyone who bet anything on the pass line would lose their money.
If your come-out roll was anything other than 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12, the pass line bets would still be in play because whatever the total number produced by the sum of the two dice (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10) would have been established as the point.
What is "the point" at Fun 88?
This is when Fun 88 craps gets exciting (and when seven becomes the enemy of pass line betting).
Let's say your starting roll was an 8. Now your job is to keep rolling the die until you either get the point (by rolling another 8) or get "out" because of a seven (by rolling a 7).
Suddenly, 7 is bad news for everyone with money on the pass line. And since you have a slightly better chance of rolling a 7 before you roll an 8, those people will be rooting for you to beat the math and make them all win.
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