Dimensions for a Craps Table?

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The dimensions of craps tables vary. Most commonly they come in 12-foot, or 14-foot tables. Although a 16-foot table is not unheard of. Additionally, most tables measure 28-inches off the floor. Felt is the material that is most often used to cover a craps table, although they have been appearing covered in synthetic fibers instead. The negative to the synthetic fiber covered tables is the fact that the dice bounce off of the tables far more often. This makes precision dice shooting a challenge. This can also greatly slow down the game, by forcing the boxman to retrieve the dice.
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