If you’re new to the game or need a refresher, here’s a brief guide on how to play Craps.
Craps is an exciting and fast-paced dice game played in casinos around the world. The objective is to predict the outcome of the roll or series of rolls of two dice.
Here’s a simplified version of the game:
The game begins with the “come-out” roll, where the shooter (the person rolling the dice) aims to establish a point number. The shooter throws the dice, and if the total is 7 or 11, it’s an automatic win (known as a “natural”). However, rolling a 2, 3, or 12 results in an automatic loss (known as “crapping out”).
If the shooter establishes a point number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10), that number becomes their target. The shooter continues to roll the dice until either they roll the target number again (known as making the “point”) or roll a 7 (known as “sevening out”).
If the shooter rolls the point number before rolling a 7, they win and can continue rolling as the shooter. If a 7 comes up before the point number, the shooter loses, and the dice pass to the next player in a clockwise direction.
Other players can also place bets on various outcomes, such as whether the shooter will win or lose on their roll, or specific combinations of numbers. These additional bets make Craps a lively and interactive game.
Remember, this is just a simplified overview of the game. Craps offers a wide range of betting options and strategies that can enhance your experience and potential winnings.
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