CRAPS


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AcronymDefinition
CRAPSCincinnati Regional Association for Paranormal Studies (Ohio)
CRAPSCommon Radio Access Protocol Set
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Craps, as played today, started in New Orleans by French settlers, which they called crabs (rolling a 2, 3 or 12)--it is believed that a Gallic mispronunciation of crabs (or krabs) led to the name craps.
John Rutledge, center, of Kohl & Madden and Dale Pritchett, left, of Ink World, try their hands at the craps table.
While it's true that the game's extensive rules and bets can be daunting, craps is thought of as one of the better ways to win money at a casino.
Immediately following dinner a Hank Lane jazz band kicked off the casino where guests rolled the dice for charity playing craps, blackjack, poker, roulette and more.
As is typical with online operations, wagering at Kenny's place requires a free - though lengthy - download in order to play a variety of card games, slots, craps, and the like.
After all, even in Breugel's work, the picture eventually runs away with itself: a dog craps quietly in a corner, a baby spills her milk.
The gambling game of craps, derived from the English and French game of hazard, began to be played in the U.S.