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Learn Online Craps Rules, Strategy and Read Tips Here

Craps is a game that has been played in casinos for years, and it is one of the more challenging games for the beginner, because of the complexity of its rules and procedures. It is worth it for some people to learn, however, as proper play can cut the house advantage considerably.


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Craps Rules

In case you don't know it, craps is a game that is played with a pair of dice. Rounds of play are conducted with rolls of these dice, and the player who is throwing the dice is called the "shooter." Basically, in the game as it is played on the brick and mortar environment, all the other players at a craps table are betting on what will happen as a result of what the shooter does. In the online game, there are similarities, except that there is a consistent shooter, in that all the rolls of the dice are executed by the program itself. You are the player at the table, betting on all those rolls.

Starting off every round is a "come-out roll," which establishes the "point." This is the basis on which the game proceeds. You will make either a "Pass" or "Don't Pass" bet.

If a 2, 3 or 12 is rolled, then the shooter "craps out," and if you've made a Pass line bet, you lose. With a 7 or 11 as the come-out roll, you'll win with a Pass line bet.

All of the other numbers that can be rolled by the shooter are 'point" numbers. This group of numbers includes 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. If one of these point numbers gets rolled again before the shooter rolls a seven, your Pass bet wins and that signals the start of a new round. If the opposite happens; that is, the seven gets rolled BEFORE the point, a Pass bet on your part loses.


Craps Strategy

Some of the most principles behind constructing a strategy to play craps would involve knowing about the combinations and how often they are going to be rolled, because that may dictate how you make bets as you move ahead. So it will be critical, for example, for you to know that a seven is the most common combination in craps, rolled 16.7% of the time, and that the odds against it being rolled are five to one; that the six and eight are the two most frequent combinations after that (13.88%), and that the seven is a 6-5 favorite to be rolled before both the six and the eight.


Craps Tips

Here, in brief, are some tips that can help you stand a better chance in online craps: