Craps 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. I can sympathize with the beginner, because at one point in time this was how craps appeared to me.
Analysis and advice for experienced players who have mastered basic strategy, and are looking to add an extra edge to their game.
One question I get asked a lot is "what is the probability of a shooter lasting x rolls in craps?" The following table answers that question for up to 50 rolls. The first column is the roll number. The second column is the probability of a seven-out on exactly that roll. The third column is the probability of surviving PAST that roll.
by Henry J. Tamburin
The only thing I don't like about this book is the title. I do like the author's approach, explaining all the rules, the etiquette, and the house.
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