Craps

Before you start reading this article it is important that you first read the basic rules of Craps and are fully aware with these. After having done that you can read in this article in detail how Craps should be played. It is very important that you know where and how you should place your bet. Obviously, there’s no player who wants to lose his or her money just like that. With Craps you can win large amounts of money , if you know the game in detail. For this reason, here are the details of the game Craps.

Pass Line Bets

When you place your chips on the field: “Pass Line” you make a “pass line bet. This is done before the opening pitch is thrown. If the opening roll is a 7 or 11 in the come out roll, you win. You lose when a 2, 3 or 12 is rolled. With the other rolls this number becomes the point number. In order to win the pass line bet you need to throw the point number, before you roll 7. When you first roll a 7 before you have rolled the point number, you lose. The bet is doubled when you win a pass line bet.

Don’t Pass Line Bets

The opposite of a pass line bet is the “do not pass line bet. Make this bet before the opening pitch is thrown, by placing your chips on “Do not pass line”. You win when the opening roll turns out as a 2 or 3 and you lose when it’s a 7 or 11. When you throw 12 it’s a tie (or draw), then you get your bet back. This is called a “Push”. With the other rolls, the roll becomes the point number. When the point number is known, the “do not pass line bet” wins after a roll of a 7, before the point number is rolled again. You lose your bet if the point number is rolled before a 7. A do not pass line bet is paid twice and unlike a pass line bet, a do not pass line bets may be changed or removed.

Come Bets

A “come bet” should be placed in the “Come” box, before being thrown. The same rules applies for a come bet as for a pass line bet. You win with a 7 or 11 and you lose with a 2, 3 or 12. With the other numbers: 4,5,6,8,9 or 10, the number becomes the “come point” and the come bet will be moved to the come point: 4.5, SIX, 8, NINE or 10. If the player throws the come point again before the 7, the bet will be doubled at the come point. The come bet will remain valid as long until the come point has been rolled, or a 7 is rolled. This may not be changed, just like the rule of a pass line bet.

Don’t Come Bets

The opposite of a come bet, is the “don’t come bet”. You make such a bet by placing chips on the “Don’t come” bar, before the first pitch is thrown. When you get have a 2 or a 3 as your opening role, you win. If you roll a 7 or a 11, you lose. If twelve is thrown it’s a draw and you get the bet back. This is also called a “push”. With the remaining numbers the roll once again becomes the “come point”.
Once the come point once is known, then after rolling a 7 the don’t come point wins before the come point is rolled again. If the come point is rolled before a 7 is rolled, you lose your bet. Unlike a come bet, a don’t come bet may be changed or removed. A don’t come bet also pays double.

Odds bets

An “odds bet” is also called an equal bet bet “, and is a backup of a standard” pass line “bet,” don’t pass line bet, ” come bet ” or a” don’t come bet . You can bet more these odds up to three times.

Pass Line Odss Bets

A “pass line odds bet” is made when the point number is known. You do this by left-clicking you’re your mouse pad outside the box: “Pass Line” (under the standard “pass line bet”. A pass line bet pays out as follows: 2:1, if 4 or 10 is rolled. 2 to 3 when 5 or 9 are rolled and 6 to 5 if 6 or 8 are thrown. The bet of a pass line odds bet may be changed, as opposed to an original pass line bet.

Don’t Pass Line Odds Bets

A “don’t pass line odds bet” is made at the time the point number is known. This is done by left mouse button outside the “pass line” field button. This field is located under the original “Don’t Pass” field. The don’t pass line odds bet pays out as follows: 1 to 2 if a 4 or a 10 is rolled. 2 to 3 with a 5 or 9 and 5 to 6 when a 6 or 8 is rolled. An unfinished don’t pass line odds bet may be removed. However, if you right-click in order to remove the bet, then the original don’t pass line bet will also be deleted. Please pay attention when doing so.

Don’t Come Odds Bets

Een “don’t come odds bet” wordt op je don’t come bet gemaakt nadat het come point bekend is. Dit doe je door met de linker muisknop in kleine gebied te klikken, direct onder je don’t come bet, waar je don’t come bet is geplaatst: 4,5, SIX, 8, NINE of 10. Een winnende don’t come bet wordt op de volgende manier uitbetaald: 1 tegen 3 als er een 4 of een 10 wordt gegooid, 2 tegen 3 als er een 5 of een 9 wordt gegooid en 5 tegen 6 als er een 6 of een 8 wordt gegooid. De inzet van een don’t come bet mag, in tegenstelling tot de originele come bet worden gewijzigd.

Come Odds Bets

The “come odds bet is paid once the point number is known. This bet is made by using your mouse pad by left clicking under the come bet number where the come bet is placed. A winning come bet is paid as follows: 2 to 1 when a 4 or a 10 is rolled. 3 to 2 for a 5 or 9 and 6 to 5 when a 6 or 8 is rolled. The bet of a come odds bet may be changed, unlike the original come bet. Come odds bets are not valid for the first roll and remain until the next roll.

Don’t Come Odds Bets

A “don’t come odds bet” is made on your don’t come bet after the come point is known. This is done by left mouse clicking in the small area directly under your don’t come bet, where you’re don’t come bet is placed: 4,5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. A winning don’t come bet is paid out as follows: 1 to 3 when a 4 or a 10 is rolled, 2 to 3 when a 5 or 9 is rolled, and 5 to 6 when a 6 or 8 is thrown. The bet of a don’t come bet may be changed, unlike the original come bet.

Field Bets

In a field bet it is assumed that the next roll is a: 2,3,4,9,10,11 or 12. This bet is placed on the Craps table in the “FIELD” box and this has happens before there is thrown. When a 3,4,9,10 or 11 is rolled, then the bet is double-paid. The bet is paid twice when a 2 or 12 is rolled (2-1). The bet is lost if you have a 5,6,7 or 8.

Big 6 and Big 8 Bets

With a “big 6 bet” it is assumed that a 6 will be rolled, before a 7 shows up. With a big 8 bet is assumed that first an 8 is rolled before a 7 is thrown. On the left side of the craps table the Big 6 and Big 8 fields can be found. The profits are paid double and the bets can be changed after each roll.

Place Bets

We can distinguish two types of “place bets”. With a place bet it is assumed that a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 is rolled that before the 7 is rolled. The place bet is placed under the box of “4.5, SIX, 8, NINE or 10″. A winning place bet is paid in the following manner: 7 to 6 for the numbers 6 and 8. 7 to 5 for the numbers 5 and 9, and 9 to 5 for the numbers 4 and 10. With regard to a “place lose bets ” it is assumed that a 7 is thrown before a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 is rolled. The place lose bet is placed at the top of the box “4.5, SIX, 8, NINE or 10. The winning place lose bets are paid in the following way: 4 to 5 for the numbers 6 and 8. 5 to 8 for the numbers 5 and 9, and 5 to 11 for the numbers 4 and 10.

Buy Bets

In a “buy bet it is assumed that a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 is rolled before a 7. The buy bet is placed in the box corresponding to the number to be thrown: 4.5, SIX, 8, NINE or 10. “With the mouse pad the word ” BUY ” will flash when you place your bet. In this way, it is possible to distinguish it from the come bet. There will be a surcharge of 5% buy over your bet. The payout is as follows: 6 to 5 for numbers 6 and 8. 3 to 2 for numbers 5 and 9. 2 to 1 for numbers 4 and 10. You get the 5% surcharge back if you change or lose your betting amount. At the opening role buy bets are invalid.

Lay Bets

The opposite of a buy bet, a “lay bet”. For the lay bet should be thrown July 1, 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 before being thrown. This bet is placed on top the box corresponding to the throw number: “4,5, SIX, 8, NINE, or 10. If the bet is placed the text “LAY” light will show up, to distinguish from one do not come bets. There will be a lay bet at a 5% surcharge will be charged on your bet. The payout is as follows: 6 to 5 on numbers 6 and 8. 3 to 2 on numbers 5 and 9. 2 to 1 on numbers 4 and 10. You get the 5% charge back if you change or lose your bet. When the roll lay bets are not valid.

Any 7 Bets

In the any seven bet it is assumed that the next roll is a 7. The name itself is quite obvious. This bet is placed at the 7-box of the table. If a 7 is rolled you win the bet 4 times.

Any 11 Bets

With the any 11 bet it is assumed that the next roll is the number 11. This bet is placed in the box with the two dices: 6 and 5. You are paid out 15 times when 11 is actually rolled.

Any Craps Bets

In an “any crap bet it is assumed that the next roll is either a 2, 3 or 12. This bet is placed in the box any craps. You will be paid seven times if you win.

Horn Bets

With a horn bet it is assumed that the next roll is a 2,3,11 or 12. This bet is placed in the “HORN” field. When winning the betting amount is paid out 15 times at the numbers 3 and 11. It is paid 30 times regarding the numbers 2 and 12.

Hardway Bets

A hardway bet is assumed that a 4,6,8 or 10 as double (2 +2, 3 +3, 4 +4 or 5 +5) is thrown. This should be done before a 7 is rolled. The bet is placed on one of the double dice fields. It is difficult to throw a double with dices, making this a difficult task. For example 4+4 is called the “hard8” while 6+2 or 3+5 are also known as the “easy eight” . A winning hard way pays out the bet seven times with the numbers: 4 and 10. The bet is paid 9 times with the numbers 6 and 8. It is possible to change the bet of a hard way.