craps-boyCraps is one of the most exciting and social table games played in Casinos today. It is one of the few truly social online casino games, and one of the few played with dice. While the game's apparent complexity and odd terminology may be intimidating, you will find the game of Craps easy to learn, enjoyable and rewarding.

Online craps is just as exciting and profitable. While the game does look complex and has its own extensive terminology, it is relatively simple to master. Craps is played on a large sunken table with dice thrown by the shooter. The shooter is the player who is currently holding the dice. Other players may join in and place their own bets.

There are quite a number of bets to choose from when playing Craps. In the simplest form of the game, you place a bet on the Pass Line and attempt to roll a 7.

Unlike in other casino activities such as blackjack and online slots, placing bets in Craps can be as simple or as complicated as you choose to make it. There are many betting options available, but you only need to understand a few of them to play the game, have fun and win.

Craps is a game where you bet on the numbers you think the next roll of dice will produce. The first roll is called the Come Out roll. This is where you place a bet on either the Pass Line or the Don't Pass Line and try to roll a 7 or 11. If you succeed in doing this, the bet will pay and you can make another bet.

If you fail to roll a 7 or 11, a point is established on the number of the value of the dice rolled. Once a point is established your objective is to roll the same number again before the next 7 is rolled. If a 7 is rolled you lose your bet. Once a point has been established you cannot remove your bet from the table.

While you are trying to make the point, you can add extra bets to the table.

 

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