The Ultimate Craps Payout Calculator & Guide

Whether you are new to the game, or a seasoned player, understanding craps payouts can be daunting. The game moves so fast and each bet carries different odds and payouts. Here is a craps payout calculator, providing you with quick calculations on some of the most common craps bets.

Craps Payout Calculator

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Craps Bets Quick Guide

  • Pass Line Bet – A bet placed on the come out roll that will be tied to the point. If the point is rolled before the 7, you win. If the 7 is rolled before the point, you lose. For the come out roll only, a result of 2, 3, or 12 loses, a result of 7 or 11 wins.
  • Don’t Pass Line – A bet placed on the come out roll that will be tied to the point. If the 7 is rolled before the point, you win. If the point is rolled before the 7, you lose.
  • Come Bet – Similar to place bets, come bets can be made any time after a point is established. After a come bet is made, it is treated just like a pass line bet and will be tied to the next number that is rolled. It wins/loses just as a pass line bet would.
  • Any Craps – A bet on 2, 3, and 11.
  • World Bet – A bet on 2, 3, 7, 11, and 12.
  • Yo Bet – A bet on 11.
  • Horn Bets – A bet on 2, 3, 11, and 12.
  • Field Bets – A bet on 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, and 12
  • Hop Bets – A bet on any individual dice combination (i.e. 5/4). Not all tables allow hop bets.
  • Craps Odds Bet – A bet added to a pass line bet, come bet, or Don’t pass bet that pays true odds. Craps odds are considered to be the best bet on the craps table.

Understanding The Math of Craps Payouts

In craps, calculating odds involves understanding the frequency of dice roll outcomes and the game’s math. Each roll combines two six-sided dice, resulting in 36 possible combinations.

The most common result is a seven, with a one-in-six probability. A 12, needing two sixes, has a one-in-36 chance. These calculations, though basic, can be challenging in real-time, especially when considering the house edge.

House edge is the difference between the true odds of winning a bet and the odds paid by the casino. A lower house edge indicates a better chance of winning.

Although most casinos follow the same payout percentages for common bets, it’s important to remember that each casino has its own house edge percentages. i.e. One casino may pay 3x odds on a field bet for the 2, but other casinos may only pay 2x odds for that same bet.

Here is a quick craps payout table showing place bets, odds, and their payouts.

Bet TypePayoutBetPayHouse Edge
6 or 87:6$12$141.52%
5 or 97:5$10$144%
4 or 109:5$10$186.67%

Get the full payout and odds chart here.

Final Thoughts

Whether you are working to calculate payouts for your own advanced craps strategy, or just curious about an individual craps bet, I hope this craps calculator helped you find what you’re looking for.

You can also check out the pass line calculator with full functional pass line and odds betting.

We occasionally add new bets to this craps calculator, so if you have a bet you don’t currently see, please send me an email.

Good luck on the craps table!

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