What Is a One-Roll Bet in Craps?
A One-Roll bet is a bet that must win the very next roll, or it loses. They are like shots in the dark because you are trying to predict how the dice will land on the very next roll. you're allowed to bet less than the table minimum on most one-roll bets because the odds of them winning are slim, and over time, the expected loss for a player is much higher than they will ever win.
How Do You Bet Proposition Bets at the Craps Table?
Almost all Proposition Bets are in the middle of the table, so you give the money to the Stickperson, and they will set up the bet. Tell the Stickperson how much you are betting and which bet you want, then throw the money into the middle of the table. You should really make eye contact with the Stickperson, so they know it is you betting. Even if they hear your bet and see the money come in, they can't be 100% sure it came from you. Your bets should also be repeated to you by at least one of the dealers. If the dice are out and the Stickpersons' back is turned to you, you must tell the Base Dealer. If your bet is not repeated to you, then it isn’t a bet.