Dictionary of Craps Terminology

2 X Odds


Making a bet at double your pass line bet. You make this bet behind your pass line bet and get paid at true odds.

3-Way Craps


A bet made in units of 3 with one unit on 2, one unit on 3, and one unit on 12. This is a horn bet without the bet on 11.

5 Count


A system developed by the "Captain" to avoid bad rolls, stretch your time and money at the table and sets you up for the good rolls. For more information read Beat the Craps out of the Casinos by Frank Scoblete.

Ace-Deuce


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 3 (2&1)

Aces


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 2 (1&1)

Advantage


The advantage, usually expressed as a percentage, that a casino has over a player on a particular bet. Also house advantage, edge, casino edge or house edge.

After Five, the Field's Alive


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 5 (3&2)

All the Spots we Got


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 12 (6&6)

An Ace Caught a Loose Duce


Three.

Any 7


A bet that the next roll will be 7. This is a one roll bet that can be made anytime. When a 7 comes up on the next roll of the dice, you win 4:1. This bet has a house edge of 16.7%.

Any Craps


A bet that the next roll will be 2, 3, or 12. This is a one roll bet that can be made anytime. It pays 8:1 and has a house edge of 11.1%.

Atomic Craps


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 12 (6&6)

Back Line


Another term for Donít Pass Line.

Back Line Skinner


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7.

Ballerina Special


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 4 (2&2).

Bar the 12


Makes the 12 a standoff (bars the 12 as a winning bet) for wrong bettors, which allows the casino to keep its advantage on Donít Pass and Donít Come bets. In some casinos the 2 is barred instead of the 12.

Benny Blue, You're All Through


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2)

Betting Right


Betting that the dice will win on Pass Line and Come bets.

Betting Wrong


Betting that the dice will not win, or pass, by placing Donít Pass and Donít Come bets.

Big 6


A bet that a 6 will be rolled before a 7 comes up. This bet pays even money, and has a house edge of 9.1%. The place bet is preferred, having a house edge of 1.5%.

Big 8


A bet that an 8 will be rolled before a 7 comes up. This bet pays even money, and has a house edge of 9.1%. The place bet is preferred, having a house edge of 1.5%.

Big Red


Placing a bet on Any Seven.

Bones


Another name for dice.

Boxcars


1. Twelve. 2. Betting on the 12.

Boxman


The Boxman is the Craps table supervisor who sits between the stickman and directly behind the thousands of dollars worth of chips that the casino keeps on hand at each craps table.

Bring Out


A term used by the stickman exhorting players to make certain bets in order to have the point come up on the dice. "Bet the hard six; bring it out."

Broke Money


Transportation money given to the broke player by the casino.

Brooklyn Forest


Hard six (3&3).

Buck


A round plastic object which is black on the one side and white on the other. When on the white side and in a place box number, it designates that a shoot is in progress and that that number is the point. Also disk.

Buffalo


Placing a bet on each of the Hard way and Any Seven.

Buy Bets


Giving the house a 5% commission in order to be paid correct odds for a place bet. The buy bets on 4 and 10 allow the player to reduce the house edge from 6.67% to 4% on these bets. Some casinos collect the commission only on winning bets, while others collect it at the time the bet is made. You can bet on 4, 10, 5, 9, 6, and 8. You win when the number is rolled before a 7 after come out roll.

Buy the 4 and 10


Paying a 5% commission to the casino so that the 4 and 10 payoff is at 2:1 on place bets. The buy bets on 4 and 10 allow the player to reduce the house edge from 6.67% to 4% on these bets.

Capped Dice


Crooked dice.

Casino Checks


The casino's term for chips issued by the house.

Center Field


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 9 (5&4)

Change Color


Changing casino chips into smaller or larger denomination.

Checks


A casino term for tokens used instead for money.

Chips


A casino term for tokens used instead for money.

Choppy


No players are making more than one or two points before sevening out. Many or few numbers may be thrown.

Cold Dice


Dice that aren't passing.

Cold Table


When shooters are not making their Points.

Come


This allows you to bet the Pass Line any time after the shooter's point is established. You take the next number rolled as your point. After that, wins and losses are determined on the same basis as a Pass Line bet

Come Bet


A wager placed after the come-out roll that the dice will pass.

Come Box


The area on the craps layout where Come bets are placed.

Come Out Roll


The first roll of the dice in a betting round is called the "come out" roll.

Cornbred


Horn bet, high on big red. A drunk was calling this out. Meant to say Hornbred. Heard at Texas Station, North Las Vegas.

Crap


The numbers 2, 3 and 12.

Crap(s) Out


Rolling a 2, 3 or 12 on the come-out roll.

Craps


A term for the numbers 2, 3 and 12.

Craps Rules of Play


See Craps Rules in the How-To-Play Section.

Crew


The dealers who staff the craps table.

Dealer


Each of the two Dealers at a Craps table is responsible for all the bets made on his half of the table. Whenever you want to make a free odds, place, or lay bet in a casino, you should give the money to the dealer at your end of the table and he will make the bet for you.

Dept. of the Interior


When you want to make an inside bet.

Dice


The cubes, which are marked from 1 to 6, whose combinations, when thrown, determine the wins and losses at a craps table.

Dice Pass


The dice are said to "pass" when the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll. The dice "don't pass" when the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out. If the come-out roll is a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, this roll sets the "point", and the shooter continues to roll until the point is rolled again or a 7 is rolled (see "seven out"). If the shooter rolls the point before rolling a seven, the dice pass. If the shooter sevens out, the dice don't pass and the shooter loses control of the dice. NOTE: in this context, "pass" does NOT mean that the dice to given to the next player. Control of the dice is transferred only when the shooter "sevens out" or when the shooter has completed a game and no longer wishes to roll the dice.

Die in the Wood, Roll no Good


One of the dice landed in the players chip rack.

Disk


A round object white on one side and black on the other. When on the white side and in a place number box signifies that a come-out roll has occurred and that a point has been established.

Donít Pass Line


The area on the layout where Donít Pass bets are placed.

Don't Come


The reverse of Come. You're betting that 7 will come up before the shooters point.

Don't Come Bet


A wager against the dice placed after the come-out roll.

Don't Come Box


The area on the layout where a don't come bet is made.

Don't Pass


A bet made on the come-out roll that the dice will not pass.

Don't Pass Bet


A bet that the dice will not pass. This bet can be placed only immediately before a "come out" roll. One result (either the 2 or the 12, depending on the casino) will result in a push. House edge on these bets is 1.40%. A Don't Pass bet can be taken down, but not increased, after the come-out roll.

Double Odds


An odd bet that is about twice as large as the original pass/come bet. Some casinos offer higher odds, such as 5x or even 10x odds.

Double Odds Bet


A free odds bet made at double the original Pass Line, Donít Pass Line, Come or Donít Come wager after the come out roll.

Double Saw on Boxcars


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 12 (6&6).

Easy Way


The roll of a 4, 6, 8 or 10 where the dice are not pairs.

Edge


The advantage that the casino has on any given wager.

Eighter from Decatur


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 8 (4&4).

End of the Race


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Evealine


Eleven, after the point is made.

Even-Money


A payoff of 1-1.

Field


A one roll wager that the next number will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12. If a 3,4,9,10,or 11 is rolled, you win even money. If a 2 or 12 is rolled, you're paid 2:1. Some casinos pay 3:1 for either the 2 or 12 (but not both), and some casinos may make the 5 instead of the 9 a field roll. This is a one roll bet that can be made anytime.

Field Bet


A one roll wager that the next number will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12. If a 3,4,9,10,or 11 is rolled, you win even money. If a 2 or 12 is rolled, you're paid 2:1. Some casinos pay 3:1 for either the 2 or 12 (but not both), and some casinos may make the 5 instead of the 9 a field roll. This is a one roll bet that can be made anytime.

Floormen


Casino supervisors who are responsible for the games in the casino and the casino employees running them. Floormen spend their time behind the tables watching over the games.

Free Odds


If you bet $10 on Pass, Donít Pass, Come, or Donít Come, you can increase your original bet by the double the amount of your free odds after the dice have been thrown (to wager behind). To wager behind is what a good craps player will do and a criteria of a good craps game is how many free odds the casino offers you. As the amount of allowed odds increases, the house advantage decreases considerably. When making the odds bet 1x the house edge is 0.85% / 0.68% (pass / don't pass). When making the odds bet 2x the house edge is cut down to 0.61% / 0.45% already.

Free-Odds-Bet


A bet made in addition to the Pass Line, Donít Pass Line, come and Donít Come wagers which is paid at true odds.

Front Line


A casino term for Pass Line.

Front Line Winner


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

George


A dealer's term for a generous tipper.

Hard Ten


A women's best friend.

Hard Way(s)


There are four hard way combinations: hard four (2&2), hard 6 (3&3), hard eight (4&4), and hard ten (5&5).

Hardway Bet


A wager that the 4, 6, 8 or 10 will be rolled as a pair before being rolled easy or a seven is thrown.

Hobo's Delight on a Cold and Rainy Night


Boxcars: 12

Hop


A one roll wager that a particular number will come up on the next throw of the dice.

Hop Bet


A bet that the next roll will result in one particular combination of the dice, such as 2-2 (called a "hopping hardway") or 3-5. 2-2, 3-3, 4-4, and 5-5 are paid the same as a one-roll 2; other hop bets are paid the same as a one-roll 11.

Hopping Hardways


Bets that a certain pair of identical dice faces will appear on the next roll. These all pay 30:1 (sometimes higher or lower).

Horn


A one roll wager on the 2, 3, 11 and 12 combined.

Horn Bet


You bet on a combination of these four numbers: 2, 3, 11, and 12. 3 and 11 pay 15:1, and 2 and 12 pay 30:1.

Horn High Bet


A bet made in multiples of 5 with one unit on 3 of the horn numbers, and two units on the "high" number (number 12). "$5 horn high eleven": $1 each on 2, 3, 12, and $2 on the 11.

Hornbred


Horn bet, high on big red. A drunk was calling this out. Eventually started to say Cornbred.

Hot Hand


A shooter who is continually making points and numbers while rolling the dice is said to have a hot hand.

Hot Roll


A roll in which the dice are continually passing and are held by the shooter for a long period of time.

Hot Table


Craps table with lots of action.

In the Cedar


One or both of the dice landed in the players chip rack.

Inside Numbers


The place numbers 5, 6, 8, and 9.

Insurance Bet


Two or more wagers made at a crap table in an attempt to insure one or the other.

Jesse James


A nine. Jesse James was shot by a forty-five.

Jimmie Hick


A six.

Lay


A bet against a particular number by the wrong bettor, who gives the casino a 5% comission.

Lay (The) Odds


After a point has been established, the don't pass bettor can place an additional odds bet that will win if the original don't pass bet wins. The lay odds bet is paid at less than even money.

Lay Bet(s)


A bet that a 7 will be rolled before the number you are placing (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) comes up. The casino requires you to lay slightly more than the correct odds, giving the house an edge of 3.03% on 4/10, 2.5% on 5/9, and 1.82% on 6/8. This bet is the opposite of Buy Bets, and the 5% charge is on the amount you could win, not on the amount you bet. The 5% commission is usually taken up front, but some casinos take the commission after the bet wins.

Lay Wager


Betting against a point number that has been thrown by paying a 5 percent commission.

Layout


The imprinted surface of a craps table, which shows all the areas where bets can be placed.

Line Away


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Line Bet


A bet on the "pass line" or the "don't pass line" is called a "line" bet. These bets are placed at the beginning of the game, before the "come out" roll. The shooter is required to make a line bet in order to shoot the dice.

Little Joe


A pair of twos or Hard 4.

Little Joe from Kokomo


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 4 (2&2).

Little Phoebe


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 5 (3&2).

Long and Strong


When the stickman asks you to throw hard enough to hit the backboard.

Midnight


[1] 12. [2] Betting on the number 12 to appear on the next roll.

Miss


When the shooter rolls a seven after a point has been established. Control of the dice is transferred to the next shooter. Also called miss out, seven out, or sevening out. This is often incorrectly called crap out.

Miss Out


When the shooter rolls a seven after a point has been established. Control of the dice is transferred to the next shooter. Also called miss, seven out, or sevening out. This is often incorrectly called crap out.

Natural


A term for a 7 or 11 being thrown on the come-out roll.

Nickels


A term used by experienced players meaning chips with a five dollar denomination.

Nina at the Marina


Nine.

Nina from Pasadena


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 9 (5&4)

Numbers


The term for the 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10.

Odds Bets


An additional wager on come, don't come, place, and don't place bets after the come-out roll. This is called to wager behind. You can wager behind x times the amount you could win, where x is the number of odds allowed. If you are playing craps with 2x odds it looks like this: you bet $10, you could win $20 and hence wager $40 behind. Some casinos offer up to 100x odds. To wager behind is what a good craps player will do and a criteria of a good craps game is how many odds the casino offers you. As the amount of allowed odds increases, the house advantage decreases considerably. When making the odds bet 1x the house edge is 0.85% / 0.68% (pass / don't pass). When making the odds bet 2x the house edge is cut down to 0.61% / 0.45% already.

Odds Off


Odd bets that are "not working". Odd bets can be called "off" by the player at any time, but are left on the felt until the bet is resolved. Also, come odds bets are usually "off" during the come out roll, unless the bettor asks to have the odds bets "working". Come odd bets that are "off" will be returned to the player if the line bet loses on the come out roll. Don't come odds generally work on the come-out roll.

Off


[1] An oral call by a player that certain of his bets will not be working on the next roll of the dice, such as place wagers. [2] A term signifying that certain bets on the layout will not be working on a come-out roll, such as place bets and odds bets on come numbers.

OJ


3&2. (32 was O.J. Simpson's football #)

On Base


The term for the dealers other than the stickman.

On the Stick


The term to indicate that a dealer is the stickman.

One Roll Bets


Wagers whose outcome is determined by the very next roll of the dice. Such bets may be made before any roll. These all pay higher than 1:1, This includes "Any craps", "eleven", "seven", "Horn", and "field" bets.

Outside Numbers


The 4, 5, 9, and 10 as place numbers.

Outstanding in your Field


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 12 (6&6).

Ozzie and Harriet


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 8 (4&4).

Pair of Aces in the Wrong Places


Two.

Pair of Sunflowers


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 10 (5&5).

Pair-a-Roses


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 10 (5&5).

Parley


Leaving your winnings in action.

Pass


A winning situation for the right bettors.

Pass Bet


A bet that the dice will pass, also known as a "pass line" bet. This bet is generally placed immediately before a "come out" roll, although you can make or increase this bet at any time. House edge on this bets is 1.41%.

Passline


A wager that the dice will pass, or win, made prior to the come-out roll. You win even money on 7 or 11, and lose on 2, 3, or 12 on the first roll, known as the "Come out" roll. Any other number comes up again before a 7 is rolled, you win even money. Once a Pass Line bet is made, the bet cannot be picked up until a win or a lose decision is reached.

Pass-Line Bet


A wager that the dice will pass, or win, made prior to the come-out roll. You win even money on 7 or 11, and lose on 2, 3, or 12 on the first roll, known as the "Come out" roll. Any other number comes up again before a 7 is rolled, you win even money. Once a Pass Line bet is made, the bet cannot be picked up until a win or a lose decision is reached.

Payoff


The paying out of a winning bet to a player.

Pit


The pit is the area enclosed by all of the craps tables in a casino. Floormen walk around in the pit and keep an eye on the craps games in progress and the casino employees.

Pit Boss


A casino employee who is in charge of all the tables in a particular area.

Place Bet (To Lose)


A bet on either the 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 as individual numbers or in any combination. The wager is that they will repeat before a seven is thrown. The casino requires you to lay slightly more than the correct odds, giving the house an edge of 3.03% on 4/10, 2.5% on 5/9, and 1.82% on 6/8. 4/10 pays 9: 5. 5/9 pays 7: 5. 6/8 pays 7:6.

Place Bet (To Win)


A bet on either the 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 as individual numbers or in any combination. The wager is that they will repeat before a seven is thrown. The casino requires you to lay slightly more than the correct odds, giving the house an edge of 3.03% on 4/10, 2.5% on 5/9, and 1.82% on 6/8. 4/10 pays 9: 5. 5/9 pays 7: 5. 6/8 pays 7:6.

Place Numbers and Bets


The place numbers are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10.

Player


Another term for gambler or bettor.

Point


If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 is rolled on the come out roll, then this number becomes the "point". The shooter must roll the point again, before rolling a seven, in order for the dice to "pass".

Point Number


The numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 established on the come-out roll.

Press a Bet


Increasing a bet by double.

Proposition Bet


Bets that are made in the center of the layout.

Puck


A round object white on one side and black on the other. When on the white side and in a place number box signifies that a come-out roll has occurred and that a point has been established.

Puppy Paws


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 10 (5&5).

Put Bet


Is a pass line bet that you put up sometime after the come-out roll. i.e.: If you have not placed a pass-line bet and the shooter rolls a point of six, you can then put a bet on the pass line, with the appropriate odds. The big advantage to put bets is that you get to choose your own point numbers. The disadvantage is that you lose out on come out sevens and elevens. But remember, you donít add odds until the point is established, so on come out sevens and elevens, all you win is your flat bet.

Quarters


A term used by experienced players meaning chips with a twenty-five dollar denomination.

Rails


The grooved area of the craps table where players keep their chips that are not in play.

Rhythmic Rollers


People who can influence the dice to change the odds. ( Dice pre-setters )

Right Bettor


A player betting that the dice will pass / win.

Roll


[1] A single throw of the dice. [2] A complete series of rolls until the shooter sevens out.

Same Bet Press Method


Using the same Bet after every win. Used for place bets. When you win your first bet you say same bet to the dealer. On your next win you would tell the dealer to press it. Keep repeating the process.

Scared Money


Insufficient cash to gamble with.

Seven Out


[1] When the shooter rolls seven after a point has been established. Control of the dice is transferred to the next shooter. Another term for this is "miss out." This is often incorrectly called "crap out.". [2] Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Seven's a Bruiser, the Front Line's a Loser


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Shoot


A complete series of rolls until the shooter sevens out.

Shooter


The player who is rolling the dice.

Shooter on the Dark Side, Says he Won't


A don't pass bet by the shooter.

Single Odds


An odds bet that is about as large as the original pass/come bet. Some casinos allow "double odds", or even larger odds bets.

Six Ace


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Six Five, no Jive


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 11 (5&6).

Six One, You're All Done


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Small Ace Deuce, Can't Produce


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 3 (2&1).

Snake Eyes


1. Two. 2. Betting on the number 2 (1&1).

Square Pair


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 8 (4&4)

Square Pair


Hard eight.

Stickman


The casino employee who calls out the dice rolls and returns the dice to the shooter. The stickman also is responsible for the placing and paying the proposition bets.

Studio 54


Nine.

Take the Odds


An additional wager on come, don't come, place, and don't place bets after the come-out roll. This is called to wager behind or to take the odds. You can wager behind x times the amount you could win, where x is the number of odds allowed. If you are playing craps with 2x odds it looks like this: you bet $10, you could win $20 and hence wager $40 behind. Some casinos offer up to 100x odds. To wager behind is what a good craps player will do and a criteria of a good craps game is how many odds the casino offers you. As the amount of allowed odds increases, the house advantage decreases considerably. When making the odds bet 1x the house edge is 0.85% / 0.68% (pass / don't pass). When making the odds bet 2x the house edge is cut down to 0.61% / 0.45% already.

Taken Down


A bet that is removed and returned to the player, either at his request or by the rules of his play.

Ten the Hard Way


Ladies delight.

The Big One on the End


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 10 (5&5).

The Dice are Cold as Ice, Sweet as Honey, Bet the Don't and Win the Money


Cold table.

The Other Side of Eleven's Tummy


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 3 (2&1).

The Windows


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 8 (4&4).

Thirty-Two Juice Roll


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 5 (3&2).

Three Craps Three, the Indicator


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 3 (2&3).

Tip


A gratuity given to a dealer by a player.

Toke


The dealer's term for a gratuity given to a dealer by a player.

Triple Dipple, in the Lucky Ducky


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 12 (6&6).

Two Aces


The number 2 (1&1).

Two Crap, Two. Double in the Bubble


Two (1&1).

Two Rolls and no Coffee


Sevened out after two rolls.

Two Ways


A phrase appended to a hardway or proposition bet to indicate that the player is betting one chip for the dealers along with his own bet. A $2 bet two ways is $1 for the player and $1 for the dealers; a $6 bet two ways is $5 for the player and $1 for the dealers; a $10 bet two ways is $5 for the player and $5 for the dealers. E.g., "Hard 6, two ways" or "Two-way hard 6."

Up Pops the Devil


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 7 (5&2).

Weaki Weaki


"Hawaiian" for when the roll doesn't hit the backboard. Dealers advised the shooter to "throw the dice like your ex was standing at the far end of the table".

What Shot Jesse James? a Forty-Five


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 9 (5&4).

Whirl Bet


A bet that the next roll will be 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12, made in multiples of 5, with one unit on each of the numbers. ($5 whirl bet = $1 on2, $1 on 3, $1 on 7, and $2 on 11 or 12)

Winner on the Dark Side


Betting that the next roll will be the number of 3.

Working


A casino term meaning that the bets are at risk on the next roll of the dice.

Working Bets


Bets that are "live" (i.e., can be resolved with the next roll) are said to be working. Generally, place bets, buy/lay bets, and come odds bets do not work on the come-out unless you tell the dealers to "make them work." All other bets (e.g., hardways) work unless you call them "off" (i.e., tell the dealers you do not want them to "work").,,,that are "live" (i.e., can be resolved with the next roll) are said to be working. Generally, place bets, buy/lay bets, and come odds bets do not work on the come-out unless you tell the dealers to "make them work." All other bets (e.g., Hard way) work unless you call them "off" (i.e., tell the dealers you do not want them to "work").

World Bet


A bet that the next roll will be 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12, made in multiples of 5, with one unit on each of the numbers. ($5 world bet = $1 on2, $1 on 3, $1 on 7, and $2 on 11 or 12)

Wrong Bettor


A player who bets that the dice will not pass.

Yo


Eleven.

Yo Eleven


Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 11 (5&6).



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