Online craps boasts a plenty of wagers and unluckily many of them boast incredibly high house edges and should not be played. Nonetheless, there is one wager that players should not forego. It provides an incredibly low house edge, is not all that hard to recognize and is plenty of joy to play.
This wager is known as the Free Odds Pass Line Bet. In reality, it is a type of wager, that is, there are wagers with some potentials modifications. Before bets can be laid on this wager, players need to do some preliminary work and thus need to trigger from the start. The player needs to lay a bet on the pass line wager before the come out roll. The come out roll is the original roll of a fresh session. The pass line wager wins if the come out roll highlights a 7 or an 11 and loses if the come out roll displays craps. Craps is the phrase employed to explain a roll that highlights a 2, or a 3 or a twelve. If any distinct number is rolled then that number is recognized as a point and a marker is located on that number in the layout on the online craps screen. In this instance, the pass line wager is carried forward and wins if the point is rolled again before a 7. The wager pays even cash and boasts a house edge of 1.4%, which in itself is incredibly low for online craps.
The free odds pass line wager emerges into play after the pass line wager has been laid and the point has been recognized. The bet for this wager need to be laid before the roll that tracks the creation of the point. There are two free odds wagers that can be laid. The single odds wager checks the extra bet to the amount of the initial bet. The double odds wager checks the extra wager to double the amount of the initial bet. As in the pass line wager, the free odds wager wins if the point is rolled again before the seven. The benefit of the free odds wager is that it has no house edge at all. If the point was a 4 or a 10 the payout is 2:1; if the point was a 5 or a 9 the payout is 3:2 and if the point was a 6 or an 8 the payout is 6:5. Thus the house edge of the shared bet is reduced to 0.8% for the single odds wager and to 0.6% for the double odds wager. Assume that the player had wagered $5 on the pass line bet originally and another $5 when 4 was recognized as the point. If the wager wins the player will receive $10 on the original wager and $15 on the extra wager, which is an aggregate of $25 counting his bet amount.