# Do come bets work on the come out?

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If you have Come with Odds bets working on the come-out roll of a new game (i.e., the shooter made his point to end the previous game, so the next roll is the come-out roll for a new game), the Odds portions of your Come bets are considered automatically off (i.e., not working and not in play).

## Are Come bets off on the Come Out Roll?

As noted in our Come bet article, most casinos automatically turn off the Odds portion of your Come bet on the come-out roll of a new game. … For example, suppose the shooter rolls 6 as the point for a new game. You then immediately make a \$5 Flat Come bet and the shooter’s next roll is 9.

## How does a come bet work?

A “come” is a bet made by a player after the point is established. … To win a “come bet,” the number that the wager traveled to must roll a second time before a 7. Once the come bet travesl to the box number, the player can place the “true odds” on the bet to increase their payout.

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## What is a 3 point Molly?

The Three Point Molly works on a series of outcomes. Bet the Pass Line: First, you bet the Pass Line, one of the fundamental plays in craps. This is a bet for the shooter to win. If the Come Out roll is 7 or 11, you win. … Two other Come bets: In the Three Point Molly, your Pass Line bet is backed up with a Come wager.

## What does 12 mean in craps?

Crap 12 One-roll bet. If 12 rolls, the bet wins. Any other number loses.

## What is the safest bet in craps?

The simplest, most fundamental bet in the game of craps, the pass bet, is also one of the very safest, with a low house edge of 1.41%. Pass bets pay even money – in other words, if you bet \$10, you win \$10. With a pass bet, if the come out roll is 7 or 11, you win, while if the come out roll is 2, 3, or 12, you lose.

## What is C & E in craps?

C & E is another wager that offers split payouts based on what number combinations turn up. You get a 3:1 payout when a 2, 3, or 12 are rolled, and a 7:1 payout for an 11. Some beginners are fooled into thinking they have a good chance to win with this wager thanks to the four winning numbers.

## Are Come bets better than place bets?

A come bet has a 1.41% house advantage. Place bet house advantages are 1.51% for the 6/8, 4.00% for the 5/9, and 6.67% for the 4/10 due to less than fair payouts.

## Can you consistently win at craps?

Craps offers one of the lowest house advantages in gaming when odds bets are involved. Even taking the lowest odds (1x) will lower the house edge to 0.85% with a pass line wager. This means that you can win more consistently in craps than just about any other casino game.

## What is the best strategy for craps?

The best strategy to win at craps relies on bets that minimize the house edge and give players the best odds of landing. To win the most amount of money while keeping the house edge low, we recommend players bet the minimum limit on Pass Line/Don’t Pass bets, and then lay the odds.

## What does it mean to buy the 4 and 10 in craps?

ANSWER: Essentially, a Buy bet resembles a Place bet except that you pay a 5% commission on the amount of your wager. … For those buying the 4 or 10, it is advised that you wager at least \$20 because the minimal commission the casino will charge you for making a Buy wager is a dollar (5% of \$20).

## How much does a come bet pay?

For your Come bet, the shooter rolled your Come point before a 7, so you win. Woohoo! The dealer removes your Come with Odds bets and places them in the Come box. He then pays your winnings, which are \$5 for your Flat Come (pays even money) and \$6 for your Come Odds (pays 6:5).

## What casino game has the best chance of winning?

Here are the three best casino games to play if you want decent odds of winning money:

• Blackjack’s Odds of Winning: 49%
• Craps’ Odds of Winning: Nearly 50 Percent.
• Roulette’s Odds of Winning: Nearly 50%
• Big Six Wheel/Wheel of Fortune: Odds of Winning: 26% – 39%
• Slots: Odds of Winning Around 1 in 49,836,032.
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