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Casino Craps is a dice game played on a purpose-built table and uses two dice

Craps Rules

Craps RulesThe rules of craps may seem difficult to players who are new to the world of gambling but once you learn more about the game then you wont feel so intimidated. You will then come to the understanding of why craps is so popular.

Craps Rules Of Both Online And Offline Casinos:

The first roll made by the shooter is known as a Come Out. Lay your chips on the Pass Line area to make a Pass Line Bet. If the shooter hits a 7 or 11, known as a natural, then you have won. If the numbers 2, 3 or 12 have been rolled then you have lost. If the numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 are rolled then they must hit that point again before rolling a 7 before you win.

To better understand craps you need to learn how the pass line works. The Don't Pass Line Bet is the exact opposite of the Pass Line. The only variation is that the number 12 serves as a push or tie, so get in on the action and place your bet on the table. The best way to learn how to play craps is to actually play craps!

Craps Terminology

  • Ace: The 1 dot on a die
  • Any Craps: Numbers 2, 3 or 12.
  • Box Cars: 2 sixes
  • Come Out Roll: The first roll a shooter throws
  • Craps: When the numbers 2, 3 or 12 are thrown
  • Dealer: Casino employee who gathers the dice with a stick or rake and slides them to the shooter
  • Deuce: The 2 dots on a die
  • Field: The area with the numbers 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Front Line: The area where you bet the dice will pass. ( Pass Line )
  • Hard Way: The numbers 4, 6, 8, or 10 thrown with 2 of the same pairs. (Eg: A hard 6 is 3, 3. A hard 8 is 4, 4.)
  • Hopping: A one roll bet
  • Horn Bet: One bet covering 2, 3, 11 and 12
  • Layout: Includes the whole area of the table where bets are made
  • Natural: A 7 or 11 thrown on the come out roll
  • Pass: A natural on the 1st roll
  • Pass Line: The area where you bet the dice will pass
  • Point: Numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 that the shooter throws on the come out roll
  • Proposition Bets: 1 roll bets that pay high odds
  • Shooter: The player who throws the dice
  • Snake Eyes: 2 aces

Where To Play Craps

Play Craps at Joker Casino

Play Craps at Joker Casino