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So, what class should you sign up for?  If you are a beginner, you may want to get off on the right foot and take The Basics class.   This is for you, not for us.  You can use it to determine which class you should probably take.

Understand, you can sign up for whichever class you want.  However, if you truly don't  understand odds, bet placement and the general basics of the game, The Basics class is probably the best class for you to start with, and it will get you started off on the right foot.  Knowledge of the game will give you a feeling of confidence when you first play.  We'll also give you a couple of tips to improve your chances of winning, each and every time.

Test your knowledge:

1. Payoff odds  on a $6 place bet on the 6 or 8 is:
a. 5 to 6
b. 6 to 5
c. 7 to 6
d. 8 to 6
2. The definition of a HOP bet is:
a. Also called a "bunny" bet.  You place bet the 6 or 8 and when it hits, you say "Hop my 6 to the 8" (or if its the 8 that hits, "Hop my 8 to the 6").
b. A one roll bet where you bet a specific combination will show.  Such as: 5 and 1 "hopping".
c. Same thing as a Come bet since your bet "hops" from the come area to a number.
d. None of the above.
3. The odds behind the line on a point of 5 or 9 are:
a. 4 to 3
b. 3 to 2
c. 3 to 4
d. 2 to 3
4. In 36 rolls the any craps bet pays better than a C & E bet:
True  False
5. The Big 6 and Big 8 pay the same as a place bet on the 6 or 8:
True  False
6. A Don't bet and a Place bet on the same number will result in a wash (no win or 
    loss):
True  False
7. The point is 10 and you place $22 inside.  How much do you win if all 4 of your 
    place bets hit?:
a. $20
b. $24
c. $26
d. $28
8. You bet $12 on the Don't Pass and the point is 8.  When a 7 shows, you win:
a. $12
b. $14
c. $10
d. None of the above
9. You bet $5 in the field, a $5 place bet on the 5, and $6 place bets on the 6 and 8.  
    A 5 rolls.  How much do you win?:
a. $2
b. $7
c. $6
d. $5
10. You bet $10 on the Don't Pass and the point is 4.  You lay $10 odds.  The 
      shooter 7 outs.  How much do you win?
a. $20
b. $15
c. $25
d. $28
Note: Make sure you have answered each question. A "non-answer" is scored as a wrong answer.


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