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Sir Mark H. Jones, President - INAG INC. 

2516 Business Parkway

Unit G Minden, NV 89423


Office : 775-267-9600 
Cell : 619-823-7073
Fax : 775-267-9611

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CRAPS STYLE GAMES

21st Century Craps - Procedures

...is a game that is best dealt on a Roulette style table surface. It allows the players to place true odds Craps bets on the top half of the layout with new and exciting proposition payouts on the bottom half of the layout that mirror roulette odds. The game is dealt using a single Dealer, saving the casinos thousands of dollars a year in labor and allowing the casino to keep the game open around the clock as any other table game. The game uses standard house cheques as the players have #s on the layout that corresponds to their player positions.

 

The Dealer will place all bets above the line as they would in any Craps game. The bets on the bottom half of the table are self-service, one draw bets. The player is responsible to place their wager on their player position # within the betting area. The game uses our card mixing and selection apparatus and holds a custom 38-card deck composed of the 36 possible outcomes of 2 dice and 2 Jokers. This is a fast game and will have a great hold for the casino. The Dealer for this game must be a Craps Dealer. It frees up a Floorperson to watch more than 1 game and frees up 2 Dealers to deal other games.

 

This Game is Patented.

 

21st CENTURY CRAPS PROPOSITION MATH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maximum Return Percentage 94.74% 

H/E 5.26% (all bets except Six & Eight)

This game was designed for the California Cardrooms due to the restrictive rules imposed by California Law as they apply to these businesses. All information below applies to these Cardrooms.

Cardrooms may only offer card games or tile games such as Pai Gow. The House is never allowed to participate in the banking of any game offered in these Cardrooms. The rules are quite simple: 

1. Only an owner of a cardroom may submit games for approval by the Bureau of Gambling Control accompanied with submission fees. 

2. The rules of the game, game math and appendix of terms must be submitted. 

3. The rules must provide for a systematic rotation of the player banker. This person is allowed to hold the banking position for 2 hands before the next player to their left is offered it. 

4. A player banker is never required to cover all action on the game. They only have to post the minimum required under the submitted rules. There may be more than 1 player banker. If the player banker(s) do not cover the action, the licensed banker will complete the action. 

Under California Law the game of Roulette is prohibited. 21st Century Roulette is not the prohibited game of Roulette as it is a card game and card games are permissible. The manner of banking this game is patented and the proprietary property rights have been licensed to INAG.

 

This game is legal to play in Oklahoma using "Player Pool Rules"

Numbers below seven are Red, numbers above seven are Black. Sevens are split between Red and Black, with combinations 1/6, 2/5, 3/4 being Red and 6/1, 5/2, and 4/3 being Black. Joker loses all bets other than the Joker place bet.

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