Fire Bet Now Available for âCraps No Moreâ
August 8, 2016
As is the Fire Bet for traditional craps, the Fire Bet side wager for
Craps No More also will be available in Nevada, Iowa, Michigan,
Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, Mississippi, Kansas, Missouri,
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Indiana, West Virginia and Louisiana as well as
“We’ve responded to a number of requests from the 70 plus casinos,
throughout 14 gaming jurisdictions, that currently use the Fire Bet on
their traditional craps tables, for a Craps
No More variation,” said Perry Stasi, president of Hopbet,
Inc., the creators of the Fire Bet.
LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fire
Bet, the gaming industry’s most popular craps
side bet, is now available for Craps No More, a variation of the
traditional craps game that is becoming increasingly popular at many
U.S. The original pay
table of 25 for 1 (4 Individual points made), 250 for 1 (5 Individual
points made) or 1000 for 1 (6 or More Individual points made)
respectively, and its recently introduced pay table offering 7 for 1 (3
individual points made), 30 for 1 (4 Individual points made), 150 for 1
(5 Individual points made) and 300 for 1 (6 or More Individual points
For more information on Fire Bet visit www.hopbet.com/pit/
or call Perry Stasi (702) 498-0986.
Fire Bet is now available in two pay table options. While in Las Vegas for G2E see the
Fire Bet live at Harrah’s, Rio, Caesar’s Palace, Planet Hollywood,
Bally’s, Las Vegas Hilton, Green Valley Ranch, Cannery Eastside,
Cannery, Rampart Casino, Paris, Gold Coast, Riviera, Flamingo, Imperial
Palace, Fiesta Rancho, O’Shea’s, Aliante, Fiesta Henderson, Bill’s
Casino, Santa Fe Station, Texas Station and Terrible’s.
. The company’s patented Prop Box, which has been acclaimed for
its ability to increase decisions per hour, game protection and the
marketability of certain popular prop bets, is now available on the
Craps No More (crapless craps) version.
Since its introduction in 2003, Fire Bet has proven to be an exciting
player attraction with participation rates three to four times higher
than that of other craps side wagers on the market.
Bet pay table for Craps No More is the same as it is for traditional craps