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  • Pass Line Bet

    A simple pass line bet works like this: you place your bet on the pass line before a new shooter begins their roll. You simply place your chips in the middle of the big band of felt with the word PASS written on it. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on their come-out roll, you and all the other pass line bettors win. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12, you lose. If the shooter rolls any other number that number becomes the 'point' number. Both the shooter and all of the other pass line bettors want the shooter to roll the point again before they roll a 7. If they manage to hit the point again, you win! If they hit a seven first the shooter has 'sevened out' and they along with you and all the pass line bettors lose; the round is finished.

    Craps StrategySo for the come-out roll the player wants a 7 or 11 because it's an instant win. They want to avoid a 2, 3, or 12 because it's an instant loss. The great thing about craps is that you can jump into the betting at any time, with the exception that you cannot place a pass line bet with odds before the point is set. This is because of the fact that the odds you place are dependent on what the point is set to (some points are easier to make than others).

    See the Pass Line Bet demonstrated here.

    All bets:
    Pass Line Bet | Pass line bet with odds | The field bet
    The don't pass bet | The come bet | The don't come bet
    The hard way bet | The place bet | Proposition bets | Big 6/big 8


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