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The History of Craps

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The recorded history of Craps dates all the way back to a dice game referred to as Hazard, which goes all the way back to Bernard de Mandeville in New Orleans in Eightteen Thirteen. Hazard is thought to be a offshoot of Azzahr, which means 'the die' a game played by Arabs.

The game developed as it spread out from the Arab regions to Europe and then England. By the early 1700s, cultivated established rules for Hazard had been established. France adopted the British version of Hazard and is thought to have been brought to the us by early French colonists. In the mid-Eighteenth century, when the British defeated the French in Canada, the French colonizers relocated to Louisiana. Dice were enjoyed on river boats, casinos and wharfs and a modernized 'US' variation of Craps was developed. The game moved west and is a well-known game that is played all over the U.S. and around the world.

The name 'Craps' is presumed to be a French enunciation of the term crabs, which refers to two ones. There are 2 basic varieties of Craps that are gambled on-street Craps and casino Craps. Street caps, accurately named seeing as it's bet on the streets is where a player makes a point and then tries to make that point. The wagering is made either with or against the hurler and a player must cover the bet for the dice game to go ahead.

In bank Craps, which is the popular game, played in betting houses, the betting house funds the game. The participants gamble with the house-the house covers all of the bets of all of the gamblers. Craps once was a very popular casino game but in the last 20 years had divided itself and other games, like poker and blackjack became even more popular. However, Craps is observing a come back in recognition once again in online betting houses and in real casinos.

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