- How to Play Craps for Beginners
- Narrated by: Pete Beretta
- Length: 38 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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The ultimate book to improve your craps game!
Have you ever wanted to play craps? Have you ever wondered what craps was? Have you ever gone to a casino, and saw the craps table?
Did you get jealous, wishing you to could play and win all of that money? Did you wonder how they were able to win? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you.
This book will discuss numerous approaches to the game craps, as well as methods and tips one can use. It also will dive into the history of craps and its powerful origin. Written for beginners with step-by-step instructions - this book is a must for anyone.
Here are more topics the book covers:
- The history of craps
- Origin of the word
- Concept of the game
- Layout of the table
- Methods and Strategies to win
- Rules and codes
- Etiquette and manners for the table
- Different types of craps
- Street craps
- Online craps
- Casino craps
- Drawbacks of playing at the casino
- Tips and hints
- Ways to be prepared
- Certain betting moves
- Definitions and explanations
- Key players
Those are just a sampling of the many topics covered in this book. This book covers more than just basic craps technique and maneuvers, but it also covers the proper etiquette and codes of the game.
Some of these codes and rules are unknown to most. Some of them are unspoken, but a general ground rule none the less. This book will unlock certain secrets and grab your attention. It will make you feel confident, and ready to play. It will teach you the game.
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- Mikey Jr.
Decent Overview; Fair Sound Quality
This was a decent overview. However, it seems a little too informal. It also seemed to lack some examples, sample play, or a deeper explanation of the game. I think it would have been helpful if they walked through a few sample games to illustrate their point to help crystallize the lessons.