Craps No More

For an interesting twist on the exciting game of Craps, try Craps No More! The key differences between Craps and Craps No More are that there are no Don't Pass or Don't Come Bets, and 2, 3, 11, and 12 become Points on the Come-Out Roll!

To read about the Table, the People, the Dice Terminology, and the Basic Rules and Etiquette, click HERE!

The Bet - Pass Bets and Come Bets
Players begin by placing their bets on the Pass Line if they want to bet with the Shooter. 

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If the Shooter rolls a 7  it is called a "Natural" and the Shooter and all those who placed bets on the Pass Line immediately win. 
If the Shooter rolls a 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 on the Come-Out roll, it is called a "Point" and the Dealer moves the White Puck to the number that was rolled. (In the image below, the number was a 10)

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After the Come-Out Roll, Players are allowed to place Come Bets in the Come section that follow the same rules as Pass Line Bets.

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In order to win, the Shooter must repeat the Point Number that they originally threw before throwing a 7.
If the Shooter throws a 7 before they throw their original number (10 in this example), all those with bets on the Pass Line lose their bets and a new game begins. 

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If the Shooter throws their original number (10 in this example) before they throw a 7, all those with bets on the Pass Line win their bets with 1-to-1 payout and a new game begins.

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The Bet - Place Bets
A Place Bet is a bet that a Point Number (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12) will be thrown before a 7. They can be made or taken down at any time except for on the Come-Out Roll. 
The Dealer must set these bets for the Players, and places their chips on the Point Number they want. 

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The Odds on the Place Bet are:
11-to-2 for 2 and 12
11-to-4 for 3 and 11
9-to-5 for 4 and 10
7-to-5 for 5 and 9
7-to-6 for 6 and 8

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The Bet - Buy Bets
A Buy Bet is played in the same way as a Place Bet, but, in exchange for a 5% commission, a Buy Bet is paid at true or correct odds.
A Buy Bet is a bet that a Point Number (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12) will be thrown before a 7. They can be made or taken down at any time except for on the Come-Out Roll. 
The Dealer must set these bets for the Players, and places their chips on the Point Number they want.

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The Odds on the Buy Bets are:
6-to-1 for 2 or 12
3-to-1 for 3 or 11
2-to-1 for 4 or 10
3-to-2 for 5 or 9
6-to-5 for 6 or 8
The minimum bet for a Buy Bet is $20, and the commission or "Vigorish" is charged only when the Point Number is thrown.

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The Bet - Lay Bets
A Lay Bet is a bet that a 7 will be rolled before a Point Number (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12). Lay Bets are paid at true or correct odds in exchange for a 5% commission of the amount to be won. Lay Bets can be made or taken down at any time except for on the Come-Out Roll. 
The Dealer must set these bets for the Players, and places their chips on the Point Number they want.

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The True Odds on the Lay Bets are:
1-to-6 for 2 or 12
1-to-3 for 3 or 11
1-to-2 for 4 or 10
2-to-3 for 5 or 9
5-to-6 for 6 or 8
The minimum bet for a Lay Bet is $20, and the commission is charged only on winning bets.

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The Bet - Field Bets
A Field Bet is a single roll bet that a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12 will be thrown on the next roll of the dice. Field Bets can be made at any time during Play.
The Player places their own Field Bets by placing their chips on the number they want to be on in the Field.

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The Odds on Field Bets are:
1-to-1 for 3, 4, 9, 10, or 11
2-to-1 for 2 or 12

The Bet - Hard Way Bets
A Hard Way Bet is a bet that a pair of 2s, 3s, 4s, or 5s will be thrown before a 7 or another combination of that number is rolled. Hard Way Bets can be made or taken down at any time, but do not work on the Come-Out Roll unless specified by the Player.

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For a Hard Four, the Player wins if the Shooter rolls 2s but loses if the Shooter rolls a 7 or a 1 and 3.
For a Hard Six, the Player wins if the Shooter rolls 3s but loses if the Shooter rolls a 7, 1 and 5, or 2 and 4. 
For a Hard Eight, the Player wins if the Shooter rolls 4s but loses if the Shooter rolls a 7, 2 and 6, or 3 and 5. 
For a Hard Ten, the Player wins if the Shooter rolls 5s but loses if the Shooter rolls a 7 or a 3 and 6. 

The Dealer must set these bets for the Players and places the chips on the Hard Way Bet they want. (In the Image below, the Player placed a bet on the Hard 10)

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The Odds for Hard Way Bets are:
7-to-1 for Hard Fours and Hard Tens
9-to-1 for Hard Sixes and Hard Eights