September 2017

A Craps Strategy List

Besides place six and place eight, the remaining wagers all have a house edge of 2.4 percent to 6.7 percent. That’s comparable to roulette and better than keno and some slots, but for craps it’s really mediocre. Don’t waste your money. Below is a short list that summarizes craps optimum betting strategy.

Bet the pass line, don’t pass bar, come or don’t come.

Take or give maximum odds but avoid over betting.

Bet place six or place eight if your gut tells you the shooter is hot, but take the wagers down after a few rolls.

Don’t waste time or money on place, buy, or lay bets for the remaining numbers because odds wagers are better.

Avoid proposition bets.

Follow this strategy and the overall house edge will always be less than 1.5 percent and usually less than one percent. That’s nearly an even contest. Combine strategy with the discipline to walk away at the right time, and you’ll often leave the table with chips stuffing your pockets.

Craps’ price for fun and money management

Every craps bet is different, but if you follow our strategy then the overall price for fun should be less that 1.5 percent of your bankroll when wagered once through, plus whatever you’re willing to spend for bad luck. The game is typically played at a rate of about thirty line decisions per hour (an average of four rolls per decision).

Craps is notorious for hot and cold streaks. If the dice are rolling against you, don’t fight them. Reduce your bets and if that doesn’t work, then take a break.

Don’t leave too many wagers on the table. A typical heartbreak scenario is being ahead but having five or six bets working, four of which can be taken down. The table suddenly goes cold. Nothing is happening. You don’t move swiftly and suddenly the shooter throws a seven; they all disappear…

Richard Lyndaker Age 25 Stops Poker Online

This is one of the news that is currently on the front page of the online poker press right now. After accumulating the losses on PokerStars , Richard “nutsinho” Lyndaker is considering just 25 years of stopping online poker for a moment at least.

This may seem surprising especially when we know that at the beginning of the year his winnings during his poker games on the net allowed him to total more than 2 million dollars online. But one thing to know is that since “nutsinho” is like who would say the biggest loser of the year on PokerStars. Indeed, the total of his losses amounts to nearly $ 900,000 ($ 875,200 to be precise), a figure that may indeed call into question a future as an online poker player.

About this situation, the player said “My bad run continues over and over … It never stops, I will probably stop online poker in 2 months. November will be the last month of “nutsinho” on PokerStars. It’s sad… “. For the moment it seems that the online poker room number 1 of the French market will lose one of these players only temporarily, a case to follow.…