A Look into Online Craps Games
Craps is one of the world’s most loved dice games. It is also often regarded as one of the most difficult casino games to learn, but it shouldn’t take you too long to get to grips with. The main aim is to place wagers on the immediate outcome of the roll of two dice, but you can also place bets on the outcome of a series of rolls. If you have never played before, we recommend heading straight to the rules section as soon as the game has loaded because there is a lot to mentally digest.
When playing this game, the first roll is known as the ‘Come Out’ roll. The point is established if the dice total is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. However the round will immediately end if the total on the ‘come out’ roll is 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12. As soon as the ‘point’ has been established, an ‘On’ puck will be put on that point. After the point has been rolled, the dice will then be rolled continuously until exactly the same point number has been rolled again, or if a 7 is rolled.
The different types of bets you can place include Pass Line Bets, Don’t Pass Line Bets, Come Bets, Don’t Come Bets, Odds Bets, Field Bets, Big 6 and Big 8 Bets, Place Win Bets, Place Lose Bets, Buy Bets, Lay Bets, Horn Bets, Hard way Bets, Any Craps Bets, C & E Bets and Any 7 Bets. The Pass Line bet is one of the more sensible bets for newbie players. These bets may sound exotic, but once you have played the game several times, both the best and the table layout should become more familiar to you.
Unfortunately there is no proven, long-term winning strategy to help you win when playing Craps. However, you can avoid placing frequent ridiculous bets and this can prevent you from losing your bankroll in such a short space of time. If you keep placing wagers on outcomes that have extremely bad odds, you will basically be throwing your money away with each roll.
It’s also worth putting your money on the outcome of the dice totalling 7 or 11. If you do this, you will need to place a wager on the Pass Line area. When playing online Craps, the player controls are fairly self-explanatory. If you make a mistake, it’s easy to rectify this mistake by using certain buttons to ‘undo’ your last action.
When placing a bet, be careful to select the correct chip denominations before you finally click ‘roll’. The following chip denominations are usually available: 0.10, 0.50, 1.00, 5.00, 10.00, 25.00 and 100.00. Other slightly higher chips may also be available on the high stakes tables. All you have to do once you have placed your bet is to hit roll and then hope you made the right move. All winnings will then be paid out accordingly.