Craps Is A Superstitious Game

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Are you a person who believes in superstitions? You know, the kind of person who won’t open an umbrella under cover, will not wander below an open ladder and has to spin around 3 times after stepping over a crack in the cement?

Here is a number of the more familiar craps folklores assembled by some of the greatest craps competitors. Incidentally, they uphold most of this crazyness too!

1. If the stickman is substituted, during a roll, a seven will follow.

2. If a drink hostess approaches the table, a seven will be next.

3. If the dice being tossed hits somebody’s money, a 7 is likely.

four. If the die being thrown impacts the glass, a seven will pop up.

five. If there’s too much chatter between the croupiers, constant 7s.

6. If the pair of dice are tossed off the table, 7 will be the next number.

7. If a new pair of dice are asked for, seven is certain to follow.

8. If a person hollers out the number "seven", a seven is certain to follow.

All of this might just sound like a bunch of nothing to you but occasionally you can be involved in an active game where the bones are passing a little too frequently. If you keep an eye out, you will notice that many of the superstitions are, in fact, occurring.

You will notice that the stickman is substituted a bit too frequently, that in place of 1 drink hostess, the table now has two waitresses bringing drinks and many other abnormal things that absolutely mean a 7 is going to be thrown by the hurler.

Keep in mind, you can constantly bring your bets off the table and delay until the next hurler. You are able to also turn your bets off, but if you do, do not turn them back on, especially given that if you do… a 7 will follow!

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