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The field bet in craps

 Have you been an avid craps player for sometime? Well, now its time for you to get the ins and outs of this wondrous casino game. How about learning the secret of the field bet in online casino or land casino craps?

But let’s first ask ourselves, what exactly is the field bet in a game of craps? The field bet is a one roll bet taken within the play of the game.

So if any number other than 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 or 12 is rolled then you’ve just lost. The other numbers 5, 6, 7 and 8 roll a total of 20 times while the field numbers roll only 16 times. On the surface, it looks like the field bet is a bad bet.

Yet, it is important for you to know that there are positives to using the field bet and making more money in a game of craps.

Craps professionals know that their winning depends on streaks. When winning streaks occur, craps contenders are more likely to bet more.

When players land a negative line, they bet less. When you play the field, you can determine whether to increase or decrease your bets, and then use a rotating field progression.

In order to accomplish an efficient and effective bet line you will need to establish a winning goal and a loss limit.

Hypothetically speaking let’s say your buy-in to a game of craps is $500, so your starting unit on the field should be $5. You should not make any other bets and you should quit when you've won or lost the same amount in craps - approximately 30 percent of your buy in, or $150 in this specific scenario.

To keep up with craps, you’ll more than need to continue betting on the floor without missing any bets.

You'll need to keep betting on the field without missing any bets. This means you have to bet before the come out as well, and be 100 percent sure the dealers know your bet is on. If you make a bet and the dealer even thinks it is off just a little then you won't get paid.

Remember, craps takes a lot of charisma. If you are starting with a red chip and place it on the field and win then be sure to increase you craps bet one unit.

If your craps streak continues then increase one unit again. If your craps winnings streak suffices for one play then immediately bet down one unit.

So, keep following this pattern in your craps endeavor until you’ve reaching your winning goal of $150. This however, is only the pocket money you’ve earned on the table. This is the time to stop your craps game.

If the shooter happens to hit a string of non-field numbers, you are limited in your losses, because you are decreasing your bet by one unit on every loss until you hit zero.

So, play craps one bet at a time.

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