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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by GreekMagic, May 7, 2019.
Been looking everywhere for a site who offer Craps for real money. Any suggestions?
Yes, send me some real money, and I will send you some "craps", deal?
Serioisly though, there's every other casino game offered (pokern roulette, sic bo)...why not craps?
That is actually a very good question. Another good question would be, why do Aruze bubble craps machines disallow the Dewy-don't bet?
Does any bubble allow it.
The Aruze does not, I don't know about any others, but that would be beside the point.
Playing CRAPS ""On Line"" adds an element of Risk!
I would not recommend it!
So does playing craps in a casino. And strangely, everybody is recommending it.
Why do you want to play online craps? How far away are you from an actual casino?
An hour and a half. It's also the convenience as well.
Probably worth the drive versus online craps gaming. My first question is who governs online gaming sites? Is it an oversea or offshore company?
1.5 hours isn't that bad. Convenient gambling isn't what I would necessarily call a good thing.
In any event...I don't vouch for any of these online sites, but this is a list from casino.org
I'm not sure all of these sites offer craps..nevertheless. Says top 10.
I'd stick with live play...but that's me.
You say "who governs on line sites"? Another good question might be, " who sits on the Nevada Gaming Commission? Give us the names, and let's run a Bio on them.
Could be a good ol boy network....although I'd rather take my chances in a real casino rather than on line.
If I had any reservations about getting cheating....I would not gamble.
If there was some massive conspiracy to take your money...cheat, what are you going to do? Scream? Hire attorneys at $600/hour? Appeal to a commission you already feel is compromised?
Sun Tzu. If you know neither the enemy or yourself, you will succumb in every battle. In other words...run (retreat)
Well if you find a good one post the link here.
Just give us the names, and let's check it out, what harm could come from that. Anything you say, is tainted by the fact that you will, claim that bubble craps, is not a rigged game, and I know damned well, you know better. Of course you would prefer gamblers that ask no questions, about cheating, some of those questions have very difficult answers. Nevada, probably has the strictest rules, but let's just see who's guarding the henhouse, and where they came from, just for fun.
Too many shenanigans have been discussed about those online casinos for me to risk anything.
Same has been said for Indian casinos, but who's gonna go all the way to India, just to play craps?