The English and the French were so in love with Craps that they wanted to share it. By the 1800s it had spread to the United States of America. Here it was welcomed warmly, as many gambling games were by the Americans. The Americans loved the game of craps, and soon it became subject to plenty of scrutiny by gambling experts. This lead to a massive shift in the way the game was played, and a move towards the modern version of craps.
What’s important to remember here is that the very first areas of America that took Craps on was the southern towns around Mississippi. Mississippi was famous for its gambling, and Craps spent some time here before it spread to the rest of the United States.
Eventually, a gentleman called John H Winn became a fan of Craps. He wanted to change the game a little though, and his first move was to make it simpler to play. Then he decided to change the rules.
Winn was directly responsible for introducing the pass and don’t pass bets system. you will find this in the modern version of Craps that is played in casinos around the world today. Winn was respected for this move, and he did it out of the goodness of his heart, because he wanted to make the game more fun, and fair. However, even he wouldn’t have realised the impact of his actions. Winn, due to the fact he change the game’s rules at this key stage, became known as the ‘Father of Modern Craps’.