Why Craps Players Love Downtown’s Fremont Casino

Craps is one of the most exciting games in any Las Vegas casino, and craps devotees have a special place in their heart for the Fremont Hotel & Casino, downtown.

That’s because the Fremont Casino has the only live craps games in Las Vegas that keep a running count of your dice rolls on a digital display. (We say live craps games for a reason.)

A woman named Patricia Demauro once rolled 154 times at the Borgata casino in Atlantic City. She rolled a record-setting four hours and 18 minutes.

A woman named Patricia Demauro once rolled 154 times at the Borgata casino in Atlantic City. She rolled a record-setting four hours and 18 minutes.

Read more about the longest craps roll in history.

This counter makes it easy to know how your roll is going, although a growing or diminishing number of chips is also a good way to keep track. Ahem.

The Fremont gives back some love to its craps players, too. The casino has a Sharpshooter Club for players who reach 25 rolls or more.

Craps is great because you don't have to be a great shooter yourself. You just have to be there with someone else who is.

Craps is great because you don’t have to be a great shooter yourself. You just have to be at the table with someone who is.

Players who qualify for the Sharpshooter Club at Fremont Casino get their photo framed and placed on the wall of the casino and win prizes like loyalty club points, merchandise and other goodies.

We love the craps roll counters at Fremont Casino, and while we haven’t made it into the Sharpshooter Club yet, we hope to change that soon.

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