Craps is a difficult game to learn. They say it takes 3 years (@ 8 hours a day/ 5 days a week) before the break-in dealer is ok… just ok... decent at best. I had been learning craps for a year so I wasn't very good. When you’re new you have to act like you know what you’re doing because there are players that look for a nervous or unsure dealer so they can take advantage of them. These people are called Strokers, they come to a table with a new or bad dealer and they call out crazy or confusing bets that are not normally made. If the dealer pays the Stroker over the amount the Stroker won’t say anything and he will take the money. But if the dealer pays under, you know the Stroker will be screaming at the boxman about how he was robbed and how the dealers should know his numbers. I had this Stroker on my side of the table and he gave me $60 and said “6 and 8”. So I put $30 on 6 and $30 on 8 because this is a very common bet. Two rolls later an 8 hit and I paid him $35. He threw the money back at me and screamed “No! This is wrong. I said $60 on 8 you moron!” My floorman made me pay him $70 instead of $35 and I was so pissed because I know I heard the bet correctly the first time.