Craps keo nha cai: Learn the House Advantage for Each

Craps keo nha cai: Learn the House Advantage for Each

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The house advantage for each craps wager is more important than any other thing for your bankroll and enjoyment. Some keo nha cai can be deemed “good” if they have a low house advantage, while others can be considered “bad”. They have a high house advantage. Which craps bets can be considered “good” or “bad”? Below are the various craps betting options based on their house advantages. I consider house advantage bets between 2% to 4% “good,” house advantages greater that 4% “bad” and house advantages between 2 and 4% “maybe.” Although I don’t usually make “maybe” bets on these, it’s worth considering. Notice: “HA” is for “house advantage.”

Do not Pass, Don’t Come (with single Odds), HAA 0.69% = A good bet.

Pass Line, Come (with single Odds), H.A 0.85% = A good bet.

Do not Pass, Come, HA 1.4% = A Good Bet.

Pass Line, Come, and HA 1.41% = A Good Bet.

Place 6-8, HA 1.52% = A good bet.

You can buy 4 or 10 (pay vigorish if you win), HA 1.64% = A good bet.

Lay 4 or 10, pay vig on win, HA 1.64% = Good Bet.

Place 5-9 (pay vig on win), H.A. 1.96% = A good bet.

Lay 5, 9 or 10 (pay vig on win), HAA 1.96% = Good Bet.

Place 6-8 (pay vig on win), HAA 2.22% = Perhaps bet.

Lay 6-8 (pay vig on win), HAA 2.22% = Perhaps bet.

Lay 4-10 (pay vig up-front), HA 2.44% = Perhaps bet.

Field (triple for 12 and 2), HA 2.7% = Perhaps bet.

Lay 5 or 9, pay vigorish up-front, HA 3.23% = Perhaps bet.

Lay 6-8 (pay vig up-front), HA 4.00% = Perhaps bet.

Place 5, 9 or 10, HA 4.00% = Possible bet.

Buy 4-10 (pay vig up-front), HA 4.76% = Bad Bet.

Pay vig up front, buy 5 or 9, HA 4.76% = Bad Bet.

Purchase 6-8 (pay vig up-front), HA 4.76% = Bad Bet.

Field (double for 2 or 12), HA 5.5% = Bad Bet.

Place 4 or 10 HA 6.67% = Poor bet

Big 6 or Big 8 HA 9.09% = A bad bet

Hard 6 or Hard 8 = Bad Bet.

Terrible bet: Any craps, HA 11.0%

3 or 11, HA 11.10% = Terrible Bet

C & E, HA 11.0% = Terrible Bet.

Terrible bet.

You can try it both ways: HA 11.10% = Terrible Bet

Horn, HA 12.50% = A really stupid bet.

Whirl (World), 13.33% = Really stupid wager

2 or 12, HA 13.89% = Very stupid bet.

Hop one way, HA 13.99% = Really stupid bet.

Any 7, HA 16.67% = Total Sucker Bet (stop throwing away your money! ).

HA 16.67% = Total Sucker Bet (stop throwing away your money! ).

Remember that a bet’s “goodness” or “badness” can only be determined if it is based upon many rolls. You may notice a slight hiccup in normal distribution, where even the most bad bets are hit one after another. Let’s say you go to the table, and start playing your conservative game. At that moment, the table is ice-cold and there are 10 shooters in succession 7-out. While you lose with your conservative “good bets”, the drunk next to me keeps hitting his $5 Field bet, which only pays twice for the 2 or 12. This guy’s hot streak is coming to an end soon and he will lose all of his money. He’ll lose, and you can be certain that the odds are against him. Not today, not tomorrow, but definitely over the next few weeks. You will always have the best chance to win by placing bets that have the lowest house advantage.