In this article we will be discussing various craps myths and why they stray far away from the actual truth. It seems that any gambling game comes with its own set of myths that some players tend to believe and craps is no exception. Believing that something that doesn’t have to do with the game can somehow influence the outcome is ludicrous, if it doesn’t have a connection to the game and comes with mathematical proof don’t believe it.
So, without further ado, here are the most wide spread craps myths and here’s why not to believe in them.
The casino is there to take your money as fast as it can
In the game of craps the casino actually offers an almost-even edge for both parties as long as you’re smart enough to make the right bets. Betting the Pass Line and full double odds means your mathematical expectation is to win back 99.4% of what you bet. That’s really far off from the idea of taking your money as fast as possible. Here’s a weird little thing about casinos. The casino hopes that you lose but the employees don’t. The dealer will always root for you to win.
The house changes dealers intentionally to mess up your luck
Dealers on the craps table are rotated every 20 minutes so that each one of them can get a 20 minute break. The dealers are changed only when the shift is over. Also, the dealer can’t influence your luck or the odds of the game. If the casino uses normal dice then no person in the world can change the outcome of the game.
These are the type of craps myths that are purely based on belief. Some people believe that if a die or both dice hit the table it will cause bad luck. Others think that first-time shooters means good luck and so on and so on. Nothing and no person in the world can manipulate a dice throw so perfectly that they get the number they want. It’s impossible
There you are, these are the silliest craps myths that are still haunting the game to this day. Always keep your mind clear and don’t believe everything people speculate about a game. If you do then there’s a high risk you can get on tilt and loose more money than you planned.