Learn To Play Craps Program

Learn to play craps at Gambling Teachers
Four professional gamblers teach the Learn to Play Craps program.
The lessons offer the best strategies and bets presented by gambling pros and teachers, Frank Scoblete and Larry Edell.
Contributing gambling professionals for the Craps program are J. Phillip Vogel and Gayle Mitchell.

This game brings out the emotions more than any other. Take a long look, drink in the atmosphere - check out the other players - there is a freedom here to applaud, cheer and let loose.
Gamblers, especially the ladies are feeling less intimidated by this game. Check out the layout where there are plenty of features and options.

It may look complicated, however the game is indeed simple, and to the educated gambler - even simpler because he or she knows the learn to play craps techniques and strategies to slash that casino advantage way down to less than 1%.
This extensive program will prepare you to play craps online and off.

The lessons for Learn to Play Craps are listed below.
1) Play Craps + Betting Chart
2) 10 Best Bets
3) Numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7
4) Numbers 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
5) Math of the Game
6) Strategy: 1, 2 Punch
7) Horn Bets
8) Converting Come Bets
9) Fours & Tens Strategies
10) Ponzer Systems
11) 2 Level Doey Don't
12) Fibonacci System
13) Field vs. Inside
14) Hedging Part 1
15) Hedging Part 2
16) Regression Betting

17) Don't Strategies
18) Aggressive Craps
19) Vig (Vigorish) Explained
20) Players & the roll of the dice
21) Tale of Two Craps Shooters
22) Questions - 7 Q&A
23) Betting and Systems
24) Systems Rated
25) Tips: Fast Track Series
26) Table Talk
27) Craps Lingo
28) Dealers: Good and Bad
29) Winners and Monster Rolls
30) Terms
31) Quiz 1: Basic
32) Quiz 2: Advanced

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Learn to Play Craps Introduction
To understand how to play craps, you start with the two dice in play.
Each cube has six sides, with one to six dots each. learn craps at gambling teachers
Learn to Play Craps program will run through the numbers:
2-3-12 is craps - losers.
7-11 - 'natural' - winners.
Point Numbers are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & 10 and these points, must be repeated before a 7 is rolled.
When a player is handed the dice to throw, the first roll is a 'Come-Out', and a 7 or 11 immediately wins. Whereas the 2, 3, or 12 immediately loses.
If the player throws any other numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, he/she continues to throw until either that same point number is rolled again, in which case the player wins, or until a 7 is rolled, in which case the player loses.
Any other number has no significance to the pass-line wager.
This explains why the 7 sometimes wins, and sometimes loses.
If it is thrown on the first roll, it wins. However, if it's thrown when the player tries to repeat his first-roll number, it loses, called a 7-out.
Then it's the next player's turn to shoot. A shooter retains the dice as long as he or she continues to make passes or wins --either immediately on the come-out with a 7 or by repeating the point number successfully.
The player keeps the dice even if he loses on the come-out roll with a 2, 3, or 12. The player loses the dice only after a 7-out.

Learn to Play Craps talks Monster Rolls
The longest craps roll in terms of time was one Stanley Fujitake, the famous Golden Arm  from Hawaii, who rolled for over three hours, six minutes at the California Club in Las Vegas in 1989. He rolled 118 numbers before he sevened out.

Also, there were two back-to-back hour-plus rolls at The Frontier during the summer of 1995. The table was composed of nothing but red-chip players, but after the two fellows finished two plus hours later, everyone was betting green, black and purple chips!

Atlantic City has had its share of great reported rolls. The famous Arm of Atlantic City has had many 20 minute to one-hour rolls over the past two-dozen years, and that one special night, New Year's Eve at the Claridge Hotel, she had five or six 20-to-30-minute or longer rolls -- one after another -- because every other player passed up his or her turn to shoot and let the Arm roll the bones exclusively! Literally hundreds of thousands, if not millions, were won by those high-rolling players in a single session.

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Tips, Terms & Wins

Archie Karas, a Greek immigrant had one of the greatest runs in Vegas history in 1992-3.
When he ran out of poker competitors, Archie headed to the Horseshoe’s craps tables where he won millions more.
At one point in his run, Archie possessed all of  Horseshoe’s $5,000 chips -- over 11 million dollars worth. When the run was over, Archie was up over 17 million dollars between poker and craps, all at the Horseshoe.

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