Gamblers at a Craps Game

If you are looking for thrills, noise and more fun than you can likely endure, then craps is the only casino game to play.

Craps is a quick-paced gambling game with whales, low-rollers, and everyone in between. If you’re a people-watcher this is one game that you’ll absolutely enjoy observing. There is the high-roller, playing with a large amount of money and making boisterous proclamations when he wagers across the board, "Five Hundred and Twenty dollars across," you’ll hear them say. He’s the bettor to observe at this game and they know it. The whale will either win big-time or lose big and there is no in between.

There is the budget gambler, most likely attempting to acquaint himself with the whales. He will tell the other bettors of books he’s read through on dice setting and converge on the most accomplished shooter at the craps table, all set to confer and "share ideas and thoughts".

There’s the devotee of Frank Scoblete latest craps workshop. While Frank is the best there is, his student has to do his homework. This player will take 5 mins to setup his dice, so apply patience.

My favorite people at the table are the true chaps from the good old times. These senior gents are generally composed, generally congenial and most likely will always share hints from the "good ole days."

When you take the chance and choose to join the game, be certain you use proper etiquette. Find a spot on the rail and put your money down in front of you in the "come" spot. Never do this when the dice are being tossed or you’ll quickly be referred to as the last character I wished to talk of, the jerk.