Best Online Sports Betting Sites,Sportsbook,Betting Exchange

Craps

Craps is a one-of-kind-game full of more bets than you can imagine. Some people are overwhelmed by the bets. And you may be too. But we’ve thought about that and made the following rules and betting options as simple as possible for you to understand. So dive in, learn the bets, and watch your newfound knowledge (and hopefully a little luck) pay off.

The Goal of the Craps Game:

The goal of this game (which you’ll only understand after reading the rest of this page) is to toss the Point again, BEFORE tossing a 7. A 7 after the Point, is an Out 7, as opposed to the 7 on the Come Out Roll.

If the Point is tossed, you and your fellow bettors win and the round is over. If you toss an Out 7, you lose. If you toss something else, you keep rolling the dice until something momentus happens (the Point or an Out 7).

Playing the Craps Game:

And now for the crowning game of the casino world: Craps! It takes time to figure it out, but all good things in life take time!

This is a dice game, played on a nice felt finished table (if you’re online just imagine it).

When you roll the dice, you become the “shooter”. That first roll of the dice is called the “Come Out Roll”. If you roll a 7 or 11, you win and the game is over before it even started. If you roll a 2, 3 or 12, then you have rolled Craps and you lose, before the game is even started.

But if you roll any other number, it becomes the Point. The purpose of the Come Out roll is to determine the Point, which can be either 4, 5,6,8,9 or 10. The dealer places a puck marked “On” above the Point number printed on the table.

Now, we’re going to repeat that the goal of this game is to toss the Point again, BEFORE tossing a 7. A 7 after the Point, is an Out 7, as opposed to the 7 on the Come Out Roll.

If the Point is tossed, you win and the round is over. If you toss an Out 7, you lose. If you toss something else, you keep rolling the dice until something momentus happens (the Point or an Out 7).

Craps FAQ
1. What is the difference between street craps and casino craps?

They are essentially the same, only that the house in street poker is usually a bunch of people who are not regulated by any large company, pit boss or other bureaucracy. The primary drawback in street craps is that it leaves out the opportunity to use all the great “prop” bets that Craps has to offer.

2. Generally, what should I know about Craps etiquette?

Craps is full of quirks. This, partially, because of the people who play Craps. Like many of us, but to the umpteenth degree, craps players are quite the superstitious type. First and foremost, and this goes for any game, make sure you learn the rules. Try taking a class or two; craps classes can be found at many Vegas and Atlantic City casinos, and on cruises as well.

After you take a class, if you have the chance, stand behind some players and try to get a sense of how all those things you learned in the class pan out in reality. Remember, once you step up to a table, you will be expected to flow with the game. Some dealers are more understanding then others, but you shouldn’t expect the dealer to be a patient teacher. In short, most of the game is common sense and you’ll pick it up quickly.

One more thing before you move on to the next FAQ be courteous to the dealer. This is something you might not see, but should definitely practice.

3. What kinds of superstitions might I see while playing Craps?

Well, ever see someone blow on their dice? You have, haven’t you. Well, that’s probably the most popular one. There are also those players who go nuts when you touch their chips. But maybe this has more to do with protecting their money. Understandable. Anyway, the next time you’re playing, keep your eyes open. Strange things happen at the Craps table!

betbubbles