Craps or dice as it is commonly referred to is an exciting game that can skyrocket your blood pressure. Many of the screams and cries that are heard in the casino come from the crap tables. The game is dependent upon two six sided dice and the action never stops.
Crap dealers are always in high demand and their skills are cherished by the casinos. Good crap dealers must work hard and practice continuously to master their craft and succeed in this competitive business. After completing school, crap dealers must break in at a smaller casino in order to obtain live game experience.
The game is played on a 12-14 foot table that can accommodate up to 16 players at one time. Customer service skills are necessary and communication with guests is a mandatory skill. Crap dealers work in crews of 4 team members that are responsible for the operation and security of the game.