# Dice Odds Sample Rolls and Bets

A good craps play is combining a comprehensive concept of dice odds and betting where the house edge is lowest.

We try some rolling samples to familiarize ourselves with dice odds. For instance, to roll a sum of 6 we can use 5 ways. So, that's saying 5 out of 36 dice combination will result to a 6. That's the same as saying the dice odds are 6 and a half to 1 that using whatever roll shoot will have an outcome of a sum of 6.

If we decide to have a place bet on a dice sum 8 we will be paid from \$7 to \$6. It is advisable to have increments of \$6 bets on this dice sum. However, if we decide on odds bet on a dice sum of 8 we will be paid from \$6 to \$5. If we choose to roll a dice sum of 5 we can do this in 4 ways. Four ways out of 36 possible combinations on the dice will have odds of 5. Or, we can see this as the odds being 8 to 1 that among the dice sums rolled will be a sum of 5.

If we decide to have a place bet on the dice sum of 5 we will be paid from \$7 to \$5. But if we decide to have odds bet on the dice sum of 5, we will be paid from \$3 to \$2. Bear in mind the tip to opt for an even number when deciding on the odds wager. A dice sum of 10 can be achieved in 3 ways. This means 3 in 36 dice combinations will result to a dice sum of 10. Another way of saying this is that to get a dice sum of 10 the dice odds are 11 to 1.

Then we have a place wager on the dice sum of 10 to be paid from \$9 to \$5. If we decide on placing odds wager on the dice sum 10, we get from \$2 to a dollar. If we decide to roll a dice sum of 3 we do can this in 2 ways. Doing this means dice odds of 17 to 1. During a come-out (first) roll the dice sum of 3 is treated as a natural loser. It is number result called a "crap." In such case we lose our pass line wager but nonetheless get a chance to roll once more.

Thus are dice odds and bet choices made.