If you want to win a hardway bet, the hard number must appear first, followed by either the soft or easy number or a 7. Consider the following scenario: a player has placed a wager on a hard 6. They will win the bet if the numbers 3 and 3 appear on the dice before a total of 7 or any soft combination totaling 6 appears on the dice. Rolls that result in totals of 4s, 8s, 9s etc have no influence. It is the order in which the hard and soft results of the specified number are obtained that is important here.
The following are the rewards for hardway bets if you win:
- 9:1 for hard 6 and a difficult 8.
- For hard 4 and hard 5, the odds are 7:1. 10\sPlace bets
Place bets can be placed on any of the individual numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10 (including the decimal 0). If a player places a place bet on the number 5, for example, he or she will win the bet if the number 5 appears before the number 7. The odds for placing bets are as follows:
- Numbers 6 and 8 are 7:6 on the scale.
- Numbers 5 and 9 are a 7:5 tie.
- Numbers 4 and 10 are 9:5 each.
Place to Lose bets
We’ve learned about Place bets now let’s look into Place to Lose bets. Place bets are, as you may have guessed, exactly the opposite of these bets! This is a bet that the number 7 will appear before any of the other numbers in the sequence (another term used to describe non-point, non-craps numbers). The following payout probabilities are in effect:
- 4:5 on digits 6 and 8
- Numbers 5 and 9 are 5:8 each.
- Numbers 4 and 10 are at 5:11 p.m.
- Bets with a high degree of probability
Odds bets are side bets, which implies that other bets govern when they can be placed. In the case of odds bets, they are only accessible after the Pass/Don’t Pass and Come/Don’t Come bets are done. Due to the fact that there is no designated area on the table for placing odds bets, the player indicates this wager by placing additional chips behind their previous wager.
We may conceive of odds bets as raising the player’s original stake. Let’s imagine a player has made a Don’t Come bet and lays odds as well. If the player rolls a 7 before the point number, the Don’t Come bet wins but so does the odds bet. These odds bets can be changed, added or deleted at any stage during play.
Buy bets and lay bets (more on them below) are a pair of comparable bets. Both entail a commission fee. In the event of buy bets, the player has to pay a set sum, generally 5 percent of the bet value, to make the bet. In most cases, the commission is non-refundable.
Buy bets are identical to Place bets except that they have different odds, paying out at 1:1. The only purchase bets that are always favorable over the equivalent place bets are on 4 and 10.
Lay bets follow the same principle as buy bets but the non-refundable commission is determined not on bet amount but on win amount. Aside from the fee, lay bets are identical to Place to Lose bets aside from the odds. Taking a lay bet is the best option when betting on 4 and 10.
The field bet is a single-roll bet. This indicates that the player is gambling their money on the outcome of the next roll and the next roll alone.