One of the casino gambling games is casino craps gambling.
The name of the game is craps. However when used to describe another noun the proper term is crap. It is a frequently made error to use craps when in expressions such as crap table, crap shooter, or crap game.
If you decided to choose casino craps gambling remember that can be an intimidating game for the beginner. The table seems to have about a hundred different kinds of bets, the players are barking out commands in what seems to be a foreign language, and the pace is too fast to ever ask a question.
Critical to the understanding of casino craps gambling is that it is a game of rounds. The first roll in a round is called the come out roll. Sometimes the outcome of a round will be determined on the come out roll.
But being either a beginner or mature player one should remember a few "don'ts" while choosing to play casino craps gambling:
Don't put drinks on the table. There is a little shelf under the chips for glasses and bottles.
Don't sit or lean on anything. Except for some sit down tables players must stand.
Don't listen to the advice of the other players, especially those betting anything in the middle of the table.
Do not interact with, the other players. The players at the crap table tend to be a tough and superstitious crowd who prefer to be left alone.
Do not rebuke anybody for making sucker bets. Do not do anything that can be interpreted as being unlucky, like saying a number that would cause the table to lose.
If the mentioned above "don'ts" have not shaken your determination to try your luck in casino craps gambling, you'd better know, that craps has a language all of its own. It is beyond the scope of this article to define all the terminology but you can pick it up as you go. For example "Two way yo" is crap slang for a bet on 11 in which half is for the player and half is a bet for the dealers.
The craps gambling player ought to be a strong man, because when you throw the dice they are supposed to rebound off the other side of the table. A throw that doesn't make it that far looks wimpy and the dealer may make you roll over. However overthrowing the dice off the table will make you look klutzy and slow down the game while there is a search for the missing dice and the dealer examines them to make sure nobody switched them with loaded dice. Dealers prefer a high lob as opposed to a low roll down the table. They don't like it when the dice knock down stacks of chips.
And of course, as in all casino gambling gaming you should tip the dealers, especially if they are being helpful .When you tip don't make a bet for the dealers on a sucker bet as most players do. Mature players toss them a tip and say "for the table." The dealers will appreciate that you're not wasting their tip on a bet with a high house edge.
Finally, the last but not the least: you should know the rules and what to do before you arrive at the table, especially a busy one. Try not to rely on the dealers for answering questions.