the game of craps may seem to be a bit complicated, it is quite simple. With a little practice, it is sure to bring any player excitement, entertainment, and earnings...
The game of craps is generally viewed as an extremely complicated game bound by excessive rules but in actuality only takes a bit of practice to fully grasp the concept of the pastime.
The game itself is played on a green table with two standard dice. The roller of the dice is classified as the “shooter” of the game. During one game of craps, a total of sixteen players are able to wage in on one session. After each shooter completes a session, the dice are passed on to the next shooter and the dice are to be inspected by the pit boss (this application is not relevant in online casinos).
The shooter places the bet and determines whether or not to pass or don’t pass; at this juncture, a dice roll is required. If the roll lands on the combined total of two, three, or twelve, the player will lose out a pass bet. If the roll lands on the combined total of seven or eleven, the player will win. A point will include the numbers: four, five, six, eight, ten, and twelve. If the roll does not produce an outcome of craps, the session will continue until the shooter achieves a point or a seven.
The sixteen players in the game will place bets at the beginning of the session. Once the dice are thrown, the result of the roll is coined as “the come out”.
The shooter will be declared “winner” if the outcome of the come out is any of the following:
two, three, seven, eleven, or twelve.
The round will be concluded as soon as all bets of the table are down. If the result of the come out hits any combined total ranging from four to ten, the term the place rule is coined. During this process if a point is achieved, the “on” feature of the puck will be displayed.
In craps, there are two imperative bets; “pass” and don’t “pass”. The pass line bet is a world famous wager and determines that the shooter must roll a seven or eleven on the come out roll. If on the come out roll, the shooter hits a two, three, or twelve, the wager is lost. If a different number is accumulated, this coins the term “point”. In order to continue the session, the next roll must produce the identical point number one or more times. If a seven is rolled, the session is deemed lost. A don’t pass bet determines that the shooter must roll a two or a three in order to win. If a seven or eleven is accumulated, the session is lost.
Although, on paper, the game of craps may seem to be a bit complicated, it is quite simple. With a little practice, it is sure to bring any player excitement, entertainment, and earnings!