Betting the Any Seven in Craps

The Any 7 is a one-roll bet and more for Don’t players. You only want it during the Comeout Roll when you’re on the Pass Line but the majority of the game is during the Intermediate Roll, when the puck is ON, and when the 7 kills everyone. Don’t players use it in the hopes of bringing out the 7 or to hedge their bets.

  • The Any Seven is a one roll bet

Overhead view of the any seven area. There are no bets on the layout and the section is outlined with a drop shadow.

Where Is Your Any Seven on the Craps Table?

The Any 7 is a bar across the middle of the table. The bar is split into a left and right side of the table with the center of the bar is the middle of the table and the edges of the bar are the two bases.

Blown up any seven section over the entire table and rail. Sections marked off 1-8 to show spots of players.

What Does the Any Seven Pay in a Craps Game?

The Any 7 pays 4:1 or $4 for every $1.

$4 bet on the any seven in spot 10. A sign says $4 x $4 = $16 payment.

Before you ever make a bet on the table you should know the basics to playing the game.

The Pass Line and its Odds are the first bets you should learn on the Craps table

The most common bets after the Pass Line. These are fun to play with a lot of betting possibilities.

They work like the Pass Line and offer Odds that don't have an advantage for the casino. 

Also called the Dark Side, these players are saying the shooter won't be making points.