However, the most profitable wager in craps is the one with the lowest house edge and the greatest odds. In this case, it would be the pass line and don't pass line bets. These are available after the point is set and have no house edge.
What is the free odds option in craps?
The free odds bet in craps is a bet that can be placed after a player has made a pass line or come bet. It is called a “free” bet because it has no house edge — the odds of winning are exactly the same as the true odds of the bet.
How much should you bet in craps?
In order to get the maximum odds payoff for a place bet the player should bet in units of $5 for all the numbers except the 6 and 8, which should be bet at $6. Any amount lower than the above suggested will not be paid maximum odds. For example, a wager on the 5 will be paid $7 for a $5 bet.
What are 3 4 5x odds in craps?
The 3x,4x, 5x sign means that the table will permit 3 times your pass line bet as odds on the 4 and 10; four times the bet on the 5 and 9 and 5 times the bet on the 6 and 8.
What is the big 6 8 bet in craps?
Craps is all about the odds, and the 6 and 8 are decent bets, because only the 7 is rolled more frequently. A bet on that giant 6 and 8 pays even money (bet $5, and if a 6 or 8 is rolled, you win $5), and your bet stays up until a shooter “sevens out.” (That never happens! Actual results may vary.)
How do you place the odds on a come bet?
By placing a wager in the “come,” that wager will travel to the box number which is rolled next. To win a “come bet,” the number that the wager traveled to must roll a second time before a 7. Once the come bet travesl to the box number, the player can place the “true odds” on the bet to increase their payout.