Become a Professional Craps Dealer (aka Dice Dealer)
Craps is a game in which players make decisions on the outcome of dice. Players take turns as the "shooter" rolling two dice. Each round has two phases: the “come-out” roll and making or passing a “point”. A come-out roll of 2, 3 or 12 is called “craps” and anyone betting on the pass line loses. A come-out roll of 7 or 11 is a “natural” and is a winner on the pass line. The other possible numbers are the point numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10. If the shooter rolls one of these numbers on the come-out roll, this makes the “point” – to “pass" and must be rolled again before a 7 to “win”. Importantly each Dice or Craps game includes 4 Dealers or Croupiers, 1 for each base, a stickman and a relief dealer.
A Craps game is often recognized on a casino floor by the cheering and small crowds it attracts. For many, Craps stands as the most interactive, challenging and engaging games that you can play and learn to deal.
The CEG Craps Course is respected world-wide. CEG has more instructors with more experience dealing and teaching craps than any school, anywhere. Let US audition for you!
Nearly every week there is more demand and job opportunities for Craps dealers than almost anything else.
Once thought to be a dying game, Craps has been growing in popularity with a new generation of gamblers looking for classic excitement and some of the best casino game odds available.
CEG Course Plan;
CEG Craps Course Manual
Proposition & Keys Reference
Game Play & Mechanics
Cheque Cutting & Sizing
Making Change, Color
Pass Line, Dont Pass
Field, Come, Don’t Come, Puts
Buy Bets and Lay Bets
Inside – Out
Practice, Practice, Rinse and Repeat.
Peer Review X 3
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