is a one-roll bet that the next number rolled will
be 3. The true odds are seventeen to one. The casino
pays 15 to 1. Casino edge: 11.11 percent.
This is a one-roll bet that the next number will
be 12. The true odds are thirty-five to one that
this will occur. The casino pays thirty to one.
House edge: 13.89 percent.
Eyes) This is a one-roll bet that the next number
will be 2. The true odds are thirty-five to one.
The casino pays thirty to one. House edge: 13.89
This is a one-roll bet that the next number rolled
will be 12. You must bet in increments of four (one
for each number). The bets are paid off exactly
as their individual cousins above. Thus, if the
2 hits, it is paid off at thirty to one and if the
11 hits it is paid off at fifteen to one. House
edge: The same as those previously listed for the
Bet This is a fancy way of placing the horn numbers
with an extra bet on whichever number you designate
as "high." If you say "High horn
yo!" and you place $5 on the layout, that means
that you want a unit on 2, 3, and 12 and two units
on ll. If you just say "High horn," the
extra bet goes on the 12. Each individual number
has the same house edge as previously described.
C & E
This means that you are placing a one-roll bet that
the next number will be 2, 3, 11, or 12. The house
edge is the same as if you had bet each number separately.
other obscure and exotic proposition bets, many
of them not illustrated on the craps table layout,
and different areas of the country have unique ways
of declaring and making these bets. The bottom line
is that all of these bets have one thing in common:
a big edge for the casino!