Craps is an unusual casino game that involves a ‘shooter’ (that’s you) who needs to gain a particular total from a dice roll. If this is achieved a payout occurs based on the bet placed; it may sound complicated but it really isn’t and this is the reason craps is loved the world over.
How to play Craps
Craps begins with a bet; which can be placed on the pass line, don’t pass line, Bar line, don’t pass Bar Line and more. Each of these bets are placed by first choosing a chip from the bottom and placing it on the table. You then click ‘Roll’ to have the ‘shooter’ throw the first set of two dice.
The round ends immediately if you roll a 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12 total. Any other number will prompt another roll which could determine if you've met the criteria to win a prize, but this all depends on the type of wager placed (read more about these types of bets on our Craps guide).
After the game ends you'll have the choice of placing the exact same bets (rebet) or playing with a new board. General gameplay also includes access to a help menu (question mark) and the option to mute sounds.