How To Play Craps?
When you play online craps, it is not in any way inferior to a contact one. Players experience not less excitement and joy in a digital casino. For novice players, these rules may seem complicated at first. This game has several playing stages. Moreover, there are lots of different bets. Yet, in fact, players should only study the rules. (Spoiler alert: no card counting is required!)
This game has a big betting field, where a player can make up to ten bets on one game. Basically, it almost follows those of roulette, where you bet on red/black, even/odd. Here, a player bets on Pass Line or Don’t Pass Line, in other words, win or lose. The winning probability is one to two, just like Come or Don’t Come. In case a player bets on these bets plus Odds Bet, it will give a fruitful result.
This game starts with a roll of six-sided dice. If the marking of the dice is correct, then opposite faces should total seven: six opposite one, five opposite two, four opposite three. Otherwise, it may be a fraud. There may be from one to five dices, depending on the type.
They distinguish two stages: Come Out Roll (the player’s first throw) and Point Roll (the throw after the Point is set). A player rolls a dice, and the points number determines the further course of this game.
- If it is a 7 or 11, a player immediately wins. It gives them a right to roll the dice again.
- If it is 2, 3 or 12, a player loses and passes the dice to another player.
- If it is 4, 5, 6, 8 or 9, this number is called Point, and the game moves to the next stage – Point Roll. Here, a player rolls the dice until they get a Point number or 7. In case a player has 7, they lose.
For Pass line and Come bets
For Don’t Pass and Don’t Come bets