Craps Lingo: “Any Craps or C&E”

In a craps game, “any craps” is a one roll bet for the 2,3, or 12 to come up. It pays 7 to 1.

“C & E” is actually two bets. The C means that the bettor thinks that craps (2,3,or 12) is going to hit next. A craps bet is usually made on the come out roll when the bettor is trying to protect his pass line bet, but it can be made before any roll and only pertains to the very next roll. The E stands for eleven. This also only pertains to the very next roll, when the bettor is hoping for the eleven to come next. Craps pays 8 for 1, while eleven pays 14 for 1.




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