Craps for the Clueless: A Beginner's Guide to Playing and Winning
Explaining in simple, understandable language the techniques of craps and various wagers permitted, this book instructs new players on how to interpret the posted rates. John Patrick, an authority on professional gambling, takes readers through every possible wager, whether betting with or against the dice. Charts & diagrams.
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