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Craps is one of the true classic casino games. Its popular both as a high stakes casino game, maybe you picture persons with Stetson hats betting a fortune, but it is also a game played in any kind of environment with any kind of stake levels.

It’s a simple casino game to play, and although the rules are the same whether you play it at or elsewhere, most casino players don’t know the rules.

Vegas Craps is a game of chance. It is played on a sunken table with a pair of dice, thrown by the Shooter. You will be the Shooter, and you throw the dice by clicking on the Roll button.

Your objective is to bet whether you as a Shooter will roll a winning combination. In Vegas Craps there are two phases, the Come-Out and the Point. In both the Come-Out and the Point, there are various side bets to place.

To start playing Vegas Craps, you do the following:

First decide you stake size by clicking the Chip Selector arrow button.

Then click on the bet position to place your Pass Line bet. You can increase the number of chips by clicking several times on the bet position. To decrease the bet, hold down the shift key on your keyboard and click on your bet. Then click the Roll button. You will lose the bet by rolling 2, 3 or 12, and you will win by hitting 7 or 11. If you roll 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10, a Point is established.

In the Point phase of the game, the objective is to roll the same number as the Point, before you roll a 7, and the phase will continue until you hit either 7 or the Point number. If you hit 7 you will loose your original Pass Line bet, if you hit the Point number you will win. Then a new round is started up, and consequently a new Point number will be established. The Point number is marked with an On button on the top of the table.

There are a number of bets in Vegas Craps, and the payout schedule is based on the probability to hit a certain number or combinations.

Pass Line bet - this is a bet that the Shooter will roll a 7 or 11, or establish a Point by rolling 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 on the come-out roll, and then roll the point number again before rolling a 7.

Don't Pass bet – This is an opposite bet to the Pass Line bet. Instead you will bet that the Shooter will roll a 2, 3 or 12, or establish a Point by rolling 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 on the come-out roll. And then in the Point phase the Shooter shall roll a 7 before rolling the Point number again.

Come bet – a bet similar to a Pass Line bet. It can only be taken after the Point is established. You will hope the roll will show either a 7 or a 11, or make the Point, and roll that point number again before hitting a 7.

Don't Come bet – that the dice will be 2, 3 or 12 on the next roll, or that the player will not make the point until rolling a 7.

Field bet – that the Shooter will roll 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 or 12, on the next roll.

Hardways bet - that the Shooter will roll a double 2, 3, 4 or 5 before any other combination, or before a 7 is rolled.

2 and 12 are paid 30 times your wager, since these are difficult to get. As you will see, there are a lot of bets to choose from.

Any Seven - is a bet that the Shooter will roll a 7 on the next roll.

Any Craps - a bet that the Shooter will roll a 2, 3 or 12 on the next roll.

Craps Two, Three and Twelve – a bet that the Shooter will roll a 2, 3 respectively 12 on the next roll.

Big 6 and Big 8. a bet that a 6 respectively an 8 will be rolled before a 7.