Square Pair

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In craps, “Square Pair” refers to a roll of the dice resulting in two fours, making the total eight. This term is part of the colorful jargon used in craps to describe specific dice combinations. The name “Square Pair” comes from the visual similarity of the square shape made by the four dots on each die when a four is rolled.

The roll of a square pair is significant in the game, especially for bets like place bets, where players bet on specific numbers to be rolled before a seven. While it’s a specific outcome with its own odds, the square pair is just one of many possible dice combinations in craps, each with its own nickname and relevance to the game’s bets and strategies.