Craps

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How To Play

There are many, many different betting opportunities at Craps. For more details about complex betting patterns, search the internet for video tutorials to help you along. The summary below gives a basic overview of betting.

The very first roll at the beginning of a game is called the come-out roll. Before you roll the dice, you can place your bet on the outcome of the first roll. You can bet in support of your come out roll by making a Pass line bet, or against your come out roll by making a Don’t Pass Line bet. Pass Line bets win if the outcome is 7 or 11. On the contrary, they lose if the outcome is 2, 3 or 12. In this case, Don’t Pass Line bets win.

If the come-out roll is any other number than those mentioned above, (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10), then no one wins or loses. Instead, the number becomes your "point", which is marked by the puck which is placed over the point number in the “on” position, and the game continues.

You continue to roll until the outcome is 7 or you "make your point". If 7 appears before you roll your "point", "Pass" bets lose, and "Don't Pass" bets win; if the point appears before a 7 is rolled, "Pass" bets win, and "Don't Pass" bets lose.


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