Winning at Craps!

Winning at Craps!

By W. Scott Warner

  • Release Date : 2011-01-05
  • Genre : Games
  • FIle Size : 0.35 MB
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 14 Ratings
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Description

Winning at Craps! You Don’t Have To Be A Professional Gambler To Win Like One.

How would you like to be a winning craps player? A player who gets respect, always makes the right bets, and above all—never loses his or her cool?

Now you can. Finally, you don’t have to be a professional gambler to enjoy lucrative winnings at the craps tables.

Winning at Craps: Craps Strategies to Consistently Win at the Craps Table gives you insider’s tips and tricks for mastering the skills needed to win at craps, making the most of your time and money.

You’ll receive our step-by-step approach to reduce the house edge and improve your odds of winning. Our deceptively simple system takes the uncertainty out of craps betting.

Reduce the house edge and improve your odds of winning. Our system covers all betting strategies including:

Line Bets
Odds Bets – here’s where you can really come out ahead!
Place Bets
Come and Don’t Come Bets
Proposition Bets
Hardway Bets
One Roll Bets

We’ll show you:
How to Play Craps Like a Pro
The Best Bets in Craps
The Worst Bets in Craps – avoid these bets at all costs!
The Most Common Mistakes Made in Craps – you’ll look like an amateur if you do any of these
Where to Win at Craps
And Much, Much More

Take your game to the professional level with Winning at Craps today!

Reviews

  • Basic but good

    3
    By GtheG77
    This book is good for the beginner. It's short and to the point. Plus the strategies will not make you look like a pro, but it will look like you know what you doing. To put simply, it's enough to be dangerous.
  • Too much fluff, and not enough stuff.

    1
    By Joe CPA
    If you have no clue how to play craps, maybe this is the right book. If you have played craps and understand pass line and odds etc, and were hoping to get some betting strategies out of this book, then skip it. There is literally like one or two pages of betting tips, the rest of the book explains how to play. Instead of calling this book "Winning at Craps" it should be called "Learning the basics of Craps". Title is mis-leading.

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