This classic craps online casino game provides a vivid digital representation of a casino experience. Bright, vibrant colours fill your game screen with refreshing ambience. Betting areas are clearly marked. These also light up when you hover over them.
Craps is an online casino game that offers an opportunity to play for free or to play for real money by placing bets. If you get your odds right, you can win up to 30:1. In demo mode, you are given substantial credits to begin gameplay. This gives you an opportunity to enjoy gaming for extended periods of time if you are betting moderately.
How to Play
Craps is played using a pair of dice. Your goal is to bet on numbers you believe will “come” when the dice are rolled. You act as a “shooter” by rolling dice across the table. A valid number is determined by combining the value of both dice. Available numbers range from 2 to 12. The table is divided into betting areas where you can bet for or against particular individual numbers or a range of numbers.
Craps is played in rounds. There are two phases per round, the “come out” phase and the “point” phase. In the come out phase, if you are betting on the pass line, a roll of 7 or 11 needs to be made to win. If you are betting on the don’t pass line, a roll of 2 or 3 needs to be made to win. If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 is rolled instead, a point is established. In “point” phase, you need to roll a number identical to the last point before you roll a 7. Rounds end when “pass” bets are won or lost. Alternatively if “don’t pass” bets are won or lost rounds are ended.
Chip values can be adjusted by clicking on left or right arrows located at the bottom right of your game screen. Dice can be rolled by clicking “roll” on the bottom right of your game screen. Bets can be repeated by clicking “repeat” on the bottom right of your game screen. They can be undone by clicking “undo” on the bottom panel of your game screen. Bets can also be redone by clicking “redo” on the bottom panel of your gaming screen.
- ‘Pass line’ is won when 7 or 11 is rolled in “come” phase
- ‘Don’t pass’ is won when a 3 or 11 is rolled in “come” phase
- A point is received if a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is rolled in “come” phase
- ‘Pass line’ is won in ‘point’ phase when the point value repeats a second time before a 7 is rolled
- ‘Don’t pass’ is won in ‘point phase’ when 7 is rolled before the point value repeats a second time
- After the point is made ‘odd’, bets are placed.
“Pass line” as well as “don’t pass” pay ratios of 1:1. In “come” phase “odd” bets on individual numbers pay ratios of 2:1, 3:2 and 6:5. In “point” phase “odd” bets on individual numbers pay ratios of 9:5, 7:5 and 7:6. You can also bet for entire groups of “odd” numbers (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10) by placing field bets.
Here, if you have good instincts, you can roll your way into the winner’s lane. Craps is a fast-paced game played with guts and intuition. Being able to read tables well is an advantage. That combination can be the difference between big payouts and “crapping out”.