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How to Roll a Snake Eyes in Craps

Snake Eyes

Craps Snake Eyes Rolling Instructions

If you don’t think about it, you’ll see that the only way to roll 2 (“snake eyes”) is to roll 1 two; no other combination will suffice. Similarly, the only way to roll 12 (“boxcars”) is with 6 pairs of dice; no other dice combination will yield that result. There is just one way to get 11: fold 6 and 5. However, you may get 4 by folding 3 and 1 or 2 and another 2; 5 by folding 4 and 1 or 3 and 2; and 6 by folding 5 and 1 or 4 and 2 or 3 and 3.

Similarly, there are three methods for making 7, three methods for making 8, but only two methods for making 9 and two methods for doing. 10. So you can rapidly tell that you are mathematically superior to others when it comes to making points. And in math, 7 is a number that appears frequently... or only works if you find it in your outgoing roll. The most common numbers after 7 are 5, 6, and 8.

Wrapping 7 or 11 in your exit list results in a speedy win; 2, 3, or 12 results in an instant loss. Any other number points you need to add before wrapping 7 (called “sevening out”). You lose if you go out seven times. But if you make your point—roll another 5, or 8, or whatever—you win.

You can play without rolling the dice again if you wager on the shooter. (You are now a “fader.”)

Begin by placing a little wager. Yes, if you don’t wager too much, you won’t win much, but until you know what you’re doing and are comfortable with betting and odds, it’s preferable to bet less so that if you make a mistake, it will cost you less.

You can increase your bets as you become more experienced with the game. How? By increasing your wager significantly after each win. You are not repeating your wager. If you bet $ 5 first and win, wager $ 5 again, or $ 10, and if you win, bet $ 5, or $ 15, then $ 20, and so on. You are not placing another bet.

You do not wager on everything. And even if you lose, which is unavoidable at some point, you will still have some winnings. Following the loss, bet your $ 5 base again, increasing your bet value in the same manner as previously. This strategy raises your chances of winning while decreasing your chances of losing.

However, if you stay and play all night, you are more likely to succeed. The prudent course of action is to “stop while you’re ahead.” Have you doubled your initial investment? Have you gone to the casino with the intention of spending $ 100 and now you have $ 200? Then it’s time to call it a night… or perhaps try your hand at another game. However, while you are the winner, “go” (click away) to the craps table.

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