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If you've ever been in a casino you've probably noticed all the commotion surrounding the craps table. Many gamblers are shunned away from craps by its apparent complexity. In reality, craps is the easiest of all games casino to learn and can be one of the most enjoyable to play. Craps basically involves predicting what numbers will be rolled on a pair of dice. The first roll of the dice in a craps round is called the "come out roll". The opening bet in craps is placed just before the come out roll, is called the "pass line bet." Pass line bets are instant winners when the shooter's (person throwing the dice) come out roll is 7 or 11, and lose when the come out roll is 2, 3 or 12. If 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 are rolled on the come out roll, that number becomes "the point". Once the point has been established a plastic disc labeled "ON" is placed on the table over the box for the number rolled as the point.

Before the dice are rolled, bets can be placed in various fields of the craps table. A pass line bet is placed on the field labeled "PASS LINE" on the craps table before the come out roll. A wager on the pass line wins if the come out roll is 7 or 11, and loses if 2, 3 or 12 are rolled. If 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 are rolled, that number becomes "the point." To win the pass line bet, the shooter must roll the point again before rolling a 7. If the shooter rolls a 7 before rolling the point again, your pass line bet loses. A winning pass line bet pays even money (1 to 1). Once the point has been established, unresolved pass line bets may not be removed or reduced. They must be resolved by a roll of the point or 7. A don't pass line bet is essentially the reverse of a pass line bet, and is placed on the craps table in the "DON'T PASS BAR" before the come out roll. If the shooter rolls 2 or 3 on the come out roll, a don't pass line bet wins. Craps is the most thrilling of all games casino and we are here to help you learn the tricks.

A come bet is placed in the "COME" bar on the craps table before any roll of the dice, once the point has been established by the come out roll. The rules for come bets are essentially the same as pass line bets. Come bets win if the shooter's next roll is 7 or 11, and lose if the roll is 2, 3, or 12. If the shooter rolls 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, that number becomes "the come point," and the dealer will move the come bet from the "COME" bar on the craps table to the box corresponding to the come point: "4, 5, six, 8, nine, or 10". A don't come bet is essentially the opposite of a come bet, which is placed after the come out roll in the "DON'T COME" bar on the craps table. Don't come bets win when the shooter's next roll is 2 or 3, and lose if the roll is 7 or 11. If the shooter rolls a 12, the bet will be returned to the player in a push. If the roll is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, that number becomes "the come point," and the dealer will move the don't come bet from the "Don't Come Bar" to the left corner of the narrow, uppermost bar over the box corresponding to the come point: "4, 5, six, 8, nine, or 10". Craps is the most popular of all the games casino has ever hosted.

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