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San Diego Casino Reviews is your guide to Indian Casinos in San Diego County
Where to Play Craps in San Diego:
Pala Casino, Harrahs Rincon, Casino Pauma, Barona Casino,
Viejas Casino, Sycuan Casino
dice. Here are the rules for California Craps as established by the California Division of Gaming Control:
In this game players bet on the outcome of the initial and subsequent card draws, with the course of the
game determined by the card draws. The object of the game is the placement of a successful bet. To play
the game, six cards, consisting of an Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are placed in each of two mechanical card
shufflers. When the dealer pushes a button, one card is randomly ejected from each machine, and the
total of both cards is used to establish the “point.” The cards used to determine the “point” are placed
back into their respective decks and all of the cards are returned to the shuffler for a second draw. The
second and subsequent draws determine the winners and losers of most game bets and whether the
game will continue.
Dice. All the Craps games are played on the standard large Craps Table with odds the same or very
similar to what you find find on a standard Las Vegas-style Craps game.
I've seen some tables get hot and also seen them pretty much deserted. I've played several times but
don't really like the cards that much. For example, if your number is a 4 and you roll a 4---it's not a 4---it is
whatever the numbers on the cards are. So, for me, it's not nearly as exciting as craps played only with
dice--Las Vegas style.
PECHANGA CASINO Craps: Two regular playing cards, numbered one through six, are used to determine
PALA CASINO Craps: Uses a 36 card deck to correspond to the 36 possible combinations of two standard
dice. Two cards from the deck are placed face down on Blue and Red boxes on the table layout. The
shooter rolls two blue and red. The cube with the highest number determines which of the two cards the
dealer will turn over as the Roll.
HARRAHS RINCON CASINO Craps: The player-shooter rolls two dice---one green and one red. Cards
are turned up that correspond to the roll of the dice to determine the roll of the dice.
cards are turned up on the table and the "shoe" from which they are drawn from consists of A's, 2's, 3's,
4's, 5's, and 6's ---simulating the six sides of a die.