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Take the Odds 

An additional wager on come, don't come, place, and don't place bets after the comeout roll. This is called to wager behind or to take the odds. You can wager behind x times the amount you could win, where x is the number of odds allowed. If you are playing craps with 2x odds it looks like this: you bet $10, you could win $20 and hence wager $40 behind. Some casinos offer up to 100x odds. To wager behind is what a good craps player will do and a criteria of a good craps game is how many odds the casino offers you. As the amount of allowed odds increases, the house advantage decreases considerably. When making the odds bet 1x the house edge is 0.85% / 0.68% (pass / don't pass). When making the odds bet 2x the house edge is cut down to 0.61% / 0.45% already. 

Taken Down 

A bet that is removed and returned to the player, either at his request or by the rules of his play. 





The Windows 

Betting that the next roll will be the total sum of 8 (4&4). 



Tip 

A gratuity given to a dealer by a player. 

Toke 

The dealer's term for a gratuity given to a dealer by a player. 





Two Ways 

A phrase appended to a hardway or proposition bet to indicate that the player is betting one chip for the dealers along with his own bet. A $2 bet two ways is $1 for the player and $1 for the dealers; a $6 bet two ways is $5 for the player and $1 for the dealers; a $10 bet two ways is $5 for the player and $5 for the dealers. E.g., "Hard 6, two ways" or "Twoway hard 6." 
