When it comes to gambling, information is king. There is no better way to put yourself in a position to win than learning as much as you can about the game itself, as well as theories and strategies associated with them. Many of these games have been around for centuries, well, at least some sort of version of them have been, and there is something to be said for the collective wisdom of centuries of game play being passed on through time.
With that in mind, below is a list of books that you must read if you are truly serious about playing craps at a high level. While you are still able to practice and play free craps online, some of these books will focus heavily on theory, while other will delve into odds and percentages. Either way, the point is to assimilate various factions of all of these books to develop a game plan for your own strategy.
1. Craps for LOW ROLLERS or high rollers: By Alan Long, 2009. This book covers the basics of the game and will provide you with a working knowledge of how to play. The game is great for anyone new to the game, but also gets into some winning strategies later on; so even experienced players will enjoy it. Buy It Now
2. Beat the Casino Craps Game: A simple proven strategy that produces stead profits. By Chuck Green, 2011. Less of a tutorial and more of a manual to a proven strategy to steady profits at craps. Well written and easy to follow. Buy It Now
3. Winning at Craps” Craps Strategies to Consistently Win at the Craps Table or How to Win at Playing Craps to Beat the Las Vegas Casinos Every Time – Helps You Play Online Craps, Too!: By W. Scott Warner, 2010. Award for longest title for a casino guide book. This book is written by a professional and focuses heavily on theory. Excellent information.
4. How to Play Craps: Master the Craps Game! Learn the Craps Rules, Study the Craps Odds, Discover How to Win at Craps Using a Winner Craps Strategy and Become a Real Pro at The Casino Craps Table!: By Kevin Gerard, 2012. I may have spoken too soon about the longest title. Another good guide that takes you from learning the game to advanced theory.
7. Gambling 102: The Best Strategies for All Casino Games: By Michael Shackleford, 2011. Okay, this one isn’t exclusively about craps, but the chances are that if you are into craps you probably don’t mind other games as well. Includes some good information about the game of craps.
8. Craps & Punishment – Winning at craps the ‘wrong’ way. Cash flow analysis and gambling strategies which will not make the casinos day: By J.V. Dostovevsky, 2010. If you are analytical and want a no nonsense approach to gaming, this is your book!