Casino players have the rare opportunity to play craps with a house edge of less than 1 percent. Unfortunately for low rollers, may require wagers too large for their comfort zone.
What’s a player on a budget to do? We’ll do some comparison shopping right after we look at what’s needed to get the lowest house edge.
To get that less than 1 percent deal, players either back pass and come bets with free odds or lay the odds behind don’t pass and don’t come bets.
- A common question I get from aspiring professional advantage players is how much of a starting bankroll do I need to become a professional advantage player?
- Stated another way, they want to know the minimum amount of a bankroll they need to give them a good chance of success.
- The simplest answer is an infinite bankroll. But since most players don’t have an infinite bankroll we have to find more reasonable answer.