This booklet goes over the equipment for craps, how to play the game, and the personnel involved in the game. It also goes over the percentages on various bets and money management.
"Hazard is the direct ancestor of craps and was called "crabs" in England. It is very possible that the name "craps" was derived from this term.
Gaming expert John Scarne, attributes the invention of bank-style craps to an Amerian by the name of John Winn. The game became popular in the United States in the early 1900s. This form of craps has evolved in Las Vegas and casinos throughout the world."
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Name Book- Inside Secrets Of Craps SKU 04-0750