3 Point Molly: Craps Betting System Explained 

3 point molly craps

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Last Updated: February 21, 2024

The 3 Point Molly is a craps system where players make three different bets in a bid to reduce the house edge and increase their winning chances. Using this craps strategy, players make one pass line bet and two come bets while using max odds. The goal is to create three points and wait until a point comes before you bet again. 

Here is how to use the 3 Point Molly betting system:

  • The player makes a pass line bet, which wins if the shooter rolls a 7 or 11. If a 2, 3, or 12 is rolled, the bet loses. Any other number establishes a point. 
  • Once a point is established, bet maximum odds of either 3x, 4x, or 5x behind that point. 
  • Make another pass line bet after the first roll. If the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, the pass line bet becomes a Come bet. The shooter must not roll the original point number for this to work. 
  • Place the maximum allowed odds 3x, 4x, or 5x behind the new come bet. Notify the dealer that you want max odds placed behind the bet if you are not sure. 
  • Make a third pass line bet, and if the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6. 8, 9, or 10 but not your two original points, this becomes your third point.  
  • Place the maximum number of odds allowed behind this bet, and you now have three established points. 

Do not make any other bets until one of the points hits, and create a new point once one hits. 

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