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The first roll in a Craps round is called the come out roll. On a come out roll the puck, located in the top left corner of the table, just above the ‘don't come’ bet area is turned to “OFF”. If the dice total is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10, then the point is established. A total of 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll will end the round. When the point has been established, the puck is turned to “ON” and will be placed above the point. After the point is rolled, the dice will be rolled continuously until the same point is rolled again, or a 7 is rolled.
In Craps, there are 67 different bet surfaces. These will be described below.
On a come out roll, a pass line and/or don't pass line bet is available.
The pass line bet is placed on the pass line before the come out roll. If a 7 or an 11 is rolled, you win and the round is done. If a 2, 3, or 12 is rolled, it is craps and you lose. Any other number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) becomes the point. You win the pass line bet if the point is rolled before a 7. You lose the pass line bet if a 7 is rolled before the point.
A winning pass line bet pays even money (1:1).
A don’t pass line bet is the opposite of a pass line bet, and is placed on the ‘Don’t Pass Bar’ before the come out roll. In a ‘don’t pass’ line bet, you are betting that a 7 will be rolled before the point. You win on the come out roll with craps (2 or 3), and on any other roll with a 7. If the come out roll is a 12, a ‘don’t pass’ line bet is returned to you in a push. You lose on the come out roll if it is either a 7 or 11, and on any other roll if it is the point.
A winning don’t pass line bet pays even money (1:1).
After the point has been established, the Come bet surface and the’ Don't Come’ bet surface are available for betting.
To place a ‘come bet’, put your chips in the box labelled Come. You win even money if the next roll is either a 7 or 11. You lose if the next roll is craps (2, 3, or 12). If the roll is a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, then that number becomes the come point, and the come bet is moved from the “COME” bar to the box corresponding to the come point. If the come point is rolled again before rolling a 7, you win the bet. If a 7 is rolled first, you lose the bet.
The come bet pays even money (1:1).
A ‘don’t come’ bet is the opposite of a ‘come bet’. It is placed after the come out roll in the “Don’t Come Bar” on the craps table. If the roll is a 3 or a 2; the ‘don’t come’ bet wins. If the roll is a 7 or 11, the ‘don’t come’ bet loses. If the roll is a 12, the bet will be returned to the player in a push.
If the roll is a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, that number becomes the ‘don’t come’ point, and the ‘don’t come’ bet is moved from the ‘Don’t Come Bar’ to the bar in the upper left corner of the box corresponding to the don’t come point.
Once the ‘don’t come’ point is established, ‘don’t come’ bets win even money (1:1) if a 7 is rolled, and lose if the ‘don’t come’ point is rolled.
On some of the bets, additional odds bets are available after the original bet is placed.
An odds bet is a backup bet on a pass, don’t pass, come, and don’t come bet. The maximum odds bet limit is configurable through BO, but currently two times the original bet. These odds bets pay differently depending on the point of the bet.
Pass odds and come odds pays:
Don’t pass odds and Don't come odds pays:
Unlike original pass, don’t pass, come and don’t come bets, unresolved odds bets can be removed from the table during play.
Place a pass line odds bet by clicking on the craps table outside of the “PASS LINE” bar, under your original pass line bet.
A winning pass line odds bet pays true odds:
Place a don’t pass line odds bet by clicking on the right side of your original bet in the “Don’t Pass Bar”, exactly on the 6x6 dice image.
A winning don’t pass line odds bet pays true odds:
Come and don’t come odds bets are placed beneath the come and don’t come bets, after they have been moved to the point’s box.
A winning come odds bet pays:
A winning don’t come odds bet pays: :
A field bet bets that the next roll of the dice will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12. To place a field bet, place your chips on the Field bar.
If the roll is a 2 or a 12, you get paid 2:1. If a 3, 4, 9, 10, or 11 comes up, you get paid even money (1:1). You lose the bet if a 5, 6, 7, or 8 is rolled.
Place your chips in the box marked Big 6 or Big 8. If the number you select is rolled before a 7, you win even money (1:1).
Place win bets are made on the following dice totals: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. Place your chips in the box underneath these numbers. You are allowed to make place bets at any time, but the place win bet is off during the come-out roll. You win if the roll is your number before a seven.
The payouts depend on the number you bet on:
Place lose bets are just like place win bets, except you are paid if the roll is a seven before the number you bet on. Place your chips in the box above these numbers. The payouts depend on the number you bet on:
The payouts depend on the number you bet on:
A buy bet is the same as a place bet with the exception being the payout. Buy bets are off during the come out roll. When winning a Buy bet, a 5% commission (Vigorish) is charged.
Your winnings are paid at true odds:
A lay bet is the opposite of a buy bet. It bets that a 7 will be rolled before a 4, 6, 8, 9, or 10. It is a bet against the dice, which means you win if a 7 is rolled before the number you selected. When winning the Lay bet, a 5% commission (Vigorish) is charged.
Lay bet winnings are paid at true odds:
Place your chips in the area marked “Seven”. You win this bet if a 7 is rolled next.
This bet pays 4:1.
Place your chips in the box with the two dice that add up to 11. You win this bet if an 11 is rolled next. If an 11 is rolled, you win 15:1.
In any craps bet, you win if one of the craps numbers (2, 3, or 12) is rolled next. The any craps bet is placed in the “Any Craps” box.
This bet pays 7:1.
The letters C and E represent two different bets:
C bet: This is the same as placing a bet in the “Any Craps” betting area. Click on the letter C to place your chips in the “Any Craps” betting area.
E bet: This is the same as placing an Any 11 bet. Click on the letter E to place your chips in the “Any 11” betting area.
Place your chips in the box where the two dice add up to 2, 3, 11, or 12. The horn bet wins if the roll is a 2, 3, 11 or 12 next. These are so called one roll bets.
A winning horn bet pays:
A hard way bet bets that the roll will be a 4, 6, 8, or 10 as doubles (2+2, 3+3, 4+4, or 5+5) before rolling a 7. The hard way bet is placed in the box on the craps table that contains the two dice that correspond to the total of the doubles. Rolling a number by doubles is said to be rolling the number “the hard way.” An example is rolling a 4 with a 2 and a 2. An example of an easy way is rolling a 4 with a 3 and a 1.
A winning horn bet pays:
|Type of bet||Pays|
|Don't Pass Line||1:1|
|Pass Odds 4||2:1|
|Pass Odds 5||3:2|
|Pass Odds 6||6:5|
|Pass Odds 8||6:5|
|Pass Odds 9||3:2|
|Pass Odds 10||2:1|
|Come Odds 4||2:1|
|Come Odds 5||3:2|
|Come Odds 6||6:5|
|Come Odds 8||6:5|
|Come Odds 9||3:2|
|Come Odds 10||2:1|
|Don't Pass Odds 4||1:2|
|Don't Pass Odds 5||2:3|
|Don't Pass Odds 6||5:6|
|Don't Pass Odds 8||5:6|
|Don't Pass Odds 9||2:3|
|Don't Pass Odds 10||1:2|
|Don't Come Odds 4||1:2|
|Don't Come Odds 5||2:3|
|Don't Come Odds 6||5:6|
|Don't Come Odds 8||5:6|
|Don't Come Odds 9||2:3|
|Don't Come Odds 10||1:2|
|Place Win 4||9:5|
|Place Win 5||7:5|
|Place Win 6||7:6|
|Place Win 8||7:6|
|Place Win 9||7:5|
|Place Win 10||9:5|
|Place Lose 4||5:11|
|Place Lose 5||5:8|
|Place Lose 6||4:5|
|Place Lose 8||4:5|
|Place Lose 9||5:8|
|Place Lose 10||5:11|