Basic of Playing Craps

March 26th, 2011

Craps is a dice game played in casinos across the whole world in which players place wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other (street craps) or a bank (casino craps). Because it requires little equipment, street craps can be played in informal settings. Before play, basic about it is needed to keep in mind.

First, you should learn the layout of the table. Introduce yourself with the payouts of winning bets. You have to change money for chips at the craps table. Place the chips in the groove at the edge of the table and shield them with your body.

Next, go to the promotions booth and fill out and apply for a player’s card. Pick up the card and show your player’s card before you place a bet. Watch the pair of dice which is pushed toward the shooter. Place your bet on either the Pass Line and with the numbers, or on the Do not Pass Bar and against the numbers. It’s up to you, decide yourself about it. Watch the shooter place the required bet on the Pass Line and throw the dice. The first roll of the dice is the come-out roll. Make sure that the amount you are receiving is correct if you win the bet or that the dealer is correct when collecting your losing bet. Place another bet on Come or Do not Come Bar if the shooter hits a point number. Place a new bet on the Pass Line or Do not Pass Bar, if the shooter rolls craps (2, 3 or 12) or a 7 or an 11.

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