The Craps is connected to the emergence of dice. The first artifacts that recall the modern cube, can be traced back to the Stone Age. Game Cube, as we know it today, cruising about in the time of ancient Egypt. With its origin can be dated the history of craps himself. A big rise experienced craps in the time of the Roman Empire. The famous quote "Alee exacta est." or "The die is cast," spoken by Caesar when he crossed the Rubicon river, was inscribed indelibly in the history.

Although it's about a metaphor, it shows how popular was the game of dice. Emperor Claudius wrote a book about the game strategy of craps and Emperor Commodes had even set up a playroom in his palace. It was easy to play Craps, therefore, it was played by all. Emperors, kings, citizens and even poverty. But soon Craps became popular. Gambling has been a serious problem and were prohibited by law.

The Craps in the medieval time is not the brightest. During this time, Craps was associated with gambling, which was considered extremely dangerous. The word comes from the Arabic word Hazard al-BOAS, in translation - Craps. Gambling appeared during the Crusades in the territory of Palestine and very quickly they were popular in Europe, especially in England and France. In this era there were significant changes in the history of the dice game - the rules of craps were modernized. Some rules, such.

As "repeat win," have remained until today, other (z. B. tossing a predetermined number, the rules changed during the game) were later annulled because of its complexity. With the discovery of the American continent, the history of the game Craps moves on. In America, the European version of the game was considered too complex and mysterious.

Therefore Craps got a new face in the nineteenth century. In the New World, the new revolutionary Craps appeared. This happened thanks to French sailors who have inhabited french Molos in New Orleans. They invented the modern (last) concept of the game.

The greatest pioneer of the dice game was the man named John H. Winn. He noted that many people avoid games because they are not able to bet against the person who rolls the dice. Players familiar to the one-way system is not easy. Therefore, John H. Winn hit in 1907 against today's game table, the use of the players bet against the thrower. With ordinary chalk he marked each bet areas. Basically, he has determined its present form. Another contribution from Winn had to bet the introduction of the possibility for a certain number, or throw the same value on both dice (called Haedway).

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