Winning Craps System Created by Professional Craps Player
Winning craps system created by professional craps player and gambling expert James "Ace Green". (PRWEB) February 7, 2005 -- Professional craps player and craps system creator James G. also known as "Ace" just launched his winning craps course at http://www.acecraps.com Numerous books have been written on different casino games and systems. But until recently only games such as black jack and poker has been considered games of skill and strategy. James is trying to teach that craps indeed is a game of skill if not more so than poker! The history of casino gambling shows that the dice are the oldest gambling tools. According to Scarne's research, the dice and the games associated with them can be found all over the ancient world. Roman Emperors Augustine, Nero and Caligula were devoted dice players. They even tried to cheat at the game. Modern looking cubical die was found in Egypt and it was dated at 600 B.C. Indian ancient epic "Mahabharata" tells the stories about the warriors throwing the dice and loosing fortunes.. The history of the dice and the dice games in general is few thousands years old. However, the history of modern craps is a lot shorter - only hundred years old. The direct predecessor of modern craps was an English game of "Hazard". Few new variations of the game popped up which were simpler and faster than original Hazard. One variation - Table Off game - became especially popular with gambling establishments at the end of 19th century. At that time casino tables and a simple layout, featuring the 6 and 8, the Field, the Win and the Come bets, were introduced. However, the players could bet only with the dice against the House. Finally, John H. Winn revolutionized the game and made it possible for the craps players to bet right and wrong. He improved a layout accordingly and drew a space for Don't Pass bets. In 1931 casino gambling was legalized in the State of Nevada and Casino Craps (Las Vegas style) became popular all over the world. As long as craps existed the craps players tried to beat the house anyway they could. Hundreds of betting and progressive craps systems were created, the crooked dice were used and the dream to control the perfect dice on casino tables preoccupied the brain and imagination of the crapshooters. The newly launched website about craps by one of the few craps masters still around is called http://www.acecraps.com and anyone interested in knowing the insider secrets about the game of casino craps and how to profit from gambling should take a look. Article by Bobby Pgn Magazine.