Craps History
Craps History

Craps Overview

Craps Overview

How To Play Craps
How to Play Craps

Payout Table
Craps Payout Table

Craps Strategies
Overview of Strategy
Martingale System

Classic Regression
Throwing the Dice Scarne's System

Betting Options
Pass Line
Don't Pass Bar
Come Bet
Don't Come
Field Bet
Big 6 and Big 8
Place Bets
Buy Bets
One Roll Bets
Supplemental Bets
Bet Activity Guide

How to Play Craps Online


I Want to Learn but What is the Objective of Craps?

The objective of craps is to correctly predict if the dice will be thrown in a winning combination. Each round of the game can be divided into 2; the come out roll section, and the point section.

So How do I Play Casino Craps ?

When you get to the table online or ofline, each player has an opportunity to throw the pair of dice; the person whose throwing is known as the shooter.

When rolling the dice it is essential that they hit the far wall of the table. The first throw that a shooter throws is called a come out roll; the result of this come out roll will set the tone from this point on.

There are three possible outcomes of the come out roll; a 7 or 11, known as a 'natural', will result in a win for anyone with a bet on the pass line; a 2, 3 or 12 will result in a loose for anyone with a bet on the pass line, a roll of any of these numbers is known as 'craps'. These results are inverted for a no pass bet.

Any other number than these five will set the point for that shooter. In order that the shooter can win, that number has to be rolled again, before a 7 is rolled.

A successful roll of the point number results in an even money win on a pass line bet; if the 7 appears before the point, a pass line bet is lost.

The shooter remains the shooter until he looses to the 7, which means that if the point is met on the second roll, he will have another come out roll; this will continue until he looses on the point.

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