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A Pass Line Bet is the basic craps wager. When it is your turn to throw the dice, you must determine whether to bet the pass or the don't pass lines. The pass line wager is an even money bet that wins in two cases: (1) when you roll a total of 7 or 11 on the come-out roll (2) when you throw a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 on the come-out roll and repeat that number before rolling a 7. The pass line bet loses if the come-out roll is a 2, 3, or 12 (the "craps") or when a 7 is rolled before the established point number is repeated. When you complete a pass, you can roll the dice again. If you seven out the dice will be pushed to the next player. When you've established a point, and a number other than your point or a 7 is rolled, it is disregard as far as pass line bets are concerned, but these additional rolls affect the other kinds of bets. For example, lets say a point of 8 has been established on the come-out roll. If your next throw is a 3, and then 5, 9, and 10, these numbers will be ignored for pass line bets. But, if you then roll 7, you will lose your pass line wager, as the 7 was up before the point number.
A Don't Pass Line Bet is the opposite of a Pass Line Bet: you simply bet that the shooter will fail to make a pass. The don't pass line bet wins when the shooter throws 2 or 3, but not 12 on the come-out roll, or alternately when a 7 is rolled before repeating his/her established point number. When the come-out roll is a 7 or 11, this wager loses. It can also lose when the shooter repeats his point number before 7 is rolled. There is, however, one difference: 12 on the come out is not a winning number for don't pass bettors, and is stand-off, but it can be removed after a point number has been established on the come-out roll. This move isn't really recommended, as after going up against an 8 to 3 house edge on the come-out roll, you will have an overall average advantage after a point has been established. Come bets and pass line bets are identical, but there is one exception: A come bet may be made on every throw of the dice once a point has been established by the shooter. A come bet is made by placing the amount of chips you wish to wager in the designated come. After the bet, the very next roll of the dice becomes the come-out roll for that wager. So if 7is the roll, you win even though pass line betters will lose.
If 11 is rolled, you will win while and the line betters are unaffected. Equally, if one of the craps numbers comes up you lose, but line bets are unaffected. If the shooter throws one of the box numbers on the first roll of the dice after you made a wager on the come, that number becomes an established point for your come bet. Your come point must be repeated before a 7 is rolled to win this specific bet. Once a point has been established for your come bet, the dealer will move the wagered chips to the corresponding numbered box on the craps layout and wait for a point decision. Should you win a come bet, the dealer will pay you off by placing your original wager and winnings, in the layout come section. You have to retrieve your chips immediately, as they will be in action on the next roll of the dice as a new come bet. To make an odds wager on a come point, give the appropriate amount of chips and the dealer andtell him that you want to take the odds on that point. Don't come bets can be placed on every throw of the dice after a point is established; the very next throw of the dice becomes the come-out roll for that wager.William Hill Bingo
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