How to Play Craps: A Beginner to Expert Guide to Get You from the Sidelines to Running the Craps Table, Reduce Your Risk, and Have Fun (Unabridged‪)‬

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    • $3.99

    • $3.99

Publisher Description

You've heard the sudden bursts of cheers as you've strolled past the crowded Craps table.

You have even seen the countless TV shows and movies with the dice flying in slow motion over the green felt before knocking against the wall. The dealer barks out, "Winner!" and then the table roars with applause.

Now you want in.

But as you step up to an empty, unused craps table in a Vegas casino just to survey the complex boxes with terms like "Field" and "Pass Line", you're hesitant. You have second thoughts about going to an active table and putting $20 down because it just seems so impossible to play.

And then there isn't just one dealer like at the blackjack table or roulette wheel, but four!

A bead of sweat tickles your brow and you walk away from the intimidating Craps table and decide to invest your money at the Wheel of Fortune slot machine or tackle a few hands at the three-card poker table.

Go back!

This book is designed for the beginner who has always wanted to experience the thrill of throwing the dice but was too afraid to learn how to play.

Worry not, shooter, this guide will have everything you need to step up to the table with confidence and have fun playing the wild game of Craps!

What this book will teach you:

The absolute basics
The table
Playing the game
Beyond the basics
Fun lingo
What not to do or say at the table
Tips for your first time

Buy this book today to run the craps table with all of your friends!

Forris Day, Jr.
hr min
October 28
Chad Bomberger

Customer Reviews

Haney,B ,

Pays for itself!!

I actually purchased this a few hours prior to going to the casino. I listened to it on the way.
I had only played once prior and wanted to get the basics down, become more familiar with the rules. This book did the job. It cleared up 90% of the questions I had. It helped me to have a better understanding of the wagering and the rolls. I ended up playing on a $10 table, got $40 worth of chips, and ended up winning a few hundred dollars and I was only at the table an hour.
Highly recommended. It’s definitely worth the $3.99 I paid, otherwise I’d be fumbling around at the table just betting the pass line!!

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