# Can you bet pass and don’t pass at the same time?

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No, this is not a good idea. The pass and don’t pass do not cancel each other out. If you roll a 12 the pass will lose and the don’t pass will push, for a net loss.

## How does the don’t pass bet work?

If a player bets on the pass, they cannot remove or reduce their bet after a point has been established. This is the opposite of a pass line bet. The don’t pass line will lose on the come out roll if a 7 or 11 is thrown; and win if a 2 or 3 is rolled. A come out roll of 12 is a push on the don’t pass line.

## Can you make a don’t pass bet after the come out roll?

No you can’t place a don’t pass bet after the point has been established. You also can’t increase it. You can lay odds just like the pass line.

## Should I bet pass or don’t pass?

This question has a simple answer. The don’t pass bet has a lower house advantage than the pass bet. If you’re comparing craps wagers by how likely they are to pay off, don’t pass bets are technically better than pass line bets. Look at the house edge on various bets in craps.

## Can you bet the field on a come out roll?

The field bet on the come out insures the passline bet (when made for the same amount) and also gives you a chance at getting paid on another number, or in the case of 2 or 12 getting extra. I wouldn’t play the field at any other time. Playing the field is for single guys… and not at a craps table.

## What loses on dont pass?

A don’t pass bet is a bet for the shooter to lose (“seven out, line away”) and is almost the opposite of the pass line bet. Like the Pass bet, this bet must be at least the table minimum and at most the table maximum. If the come-out roll is 2 or 3, the bet wins. If the come-out roll is 7 or 11, the bet loses.

## Can you bet odds on don’t pass?

Odds may be laid on don’t pass bets any time there is a point for the pass line and can be picked up at any time. From the dealer’s and boxman’s standpoint, the worst thing you can do is to set checks (chips) on top of your don’t pass bet.

## 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.

## Why is 11 called yo?

This bet is called Yo because the croupier often yells “yo eleven” to avoid confusion between 11 and the similar-sounding 7. Yo is a simple wager on if the next dice combination will be an 11. The odds of an 11 being rolled are only 17:1.

## What does 12 mean in craps?

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

## What are the best odds in a casino?

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• 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.
• Poker: Odds Vary Dramatically.

## What is the horn bet in craps?

A Horn or craps-11 bet, as it is typically called, is a one-roll wager that on the next roll of the dice their sum will be 2, 3, 11 or 12. If they total anything different (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10), you lose. If 3 or 11 appears, you are paid 15:1. If 2 or 12 rolls, the payoff is 30:1.

## How much does a field bet pay?

The payouts are 2:1 when they roll a 2 or 12 (snake eyes or boxcars). Although, some casinos will be generous enough to pay out 3:1 odds on these two numbers if they win on the field bet. Overall, the house edge is 5.56% on the field bet.

## What happens when you roll a 7 on your first roll?

On the shooter’s first roll, or “come-out,” players wager by placing chips on either the Pass Line or the Don’t Pass Line. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the first throw, Pass Line bets win. If a 2, 3, or 12 is thrown, Pass Line bets lose. Conversely, if the shooter throws a 2 or 3, Don’t Pass wagers win.

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