The rules of craps are a bit harder then most of the other casino games and maybe that is why it has the best odds for the player of any other casino game that is why playing craps is exciting, profitable and ofcourse fun.
The Game Operators:
It takes 4 people to run a Craps table. The first is the Boxman. The Boxman is responsible for the chips and supervising the dealers and coloring out players.
Next you have the 2 base dealers who are there to pay off the winners and the last is the Stickman. The stickman stands opposite the Boxman and his job is to announce the outcome of each roll and give the shooter the dice.
The course of the game:
Each player at the craps table will get a turn at rolling the dice. The Shooter is the name of the player currently rolling the dice and the first roll of a new shooter is called the come out roll.
Of all the different types of bets you can make in craps the simplest of them in the Pass Line and the, Don't Pass bet.
Pass Line- By betting the Pass Line bet you win if either a 7 or an 11 is rolled and if a 2,3 or 12 is rolled it is called Craps and you lose the bet. If any other numbers are rolled that number is the point.
Don't Pass- This bet wins if a 2 or 3 is rolled, ties if a 12 is rolled and looses if a 7 or 11 is rolled, any other number becomes the point New Shooter When rolling the dice for the first roll you are the New Shooter, and as such you have to bet the table minimum on wither the Pass Line or the Don't Pass Line.
These are just the very basic of the rules and bets for craps, but it should be enough to get you started, and you will pick up the rest as you go. You can also find the history of craps and the tips on craps sections of this website helpful.
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