Craps is a dice game similar to roulette in which players bet on whether or not they would roll at least two specific numbers before rolling a 7. Most casinos offer craps tables where players can place bets, play games, and earn real cash prizes. The rules are simple enough for beginners to grasp, but some advanced strategies are required for high-stakes action.
To start playing you need to choose the size of your wager.
There are four main bets that you can make: You can place a single bet (a unit amount), two-unit amounts, three-unit amounts, and five-unit amounts. Choose whichever bet size feels right for you and remember that these bets will be added up during your total bet. If you want to wager more than one unit, just repeat the process. For example, if you wanted to put $25 into the middle area, you’d first have to select a $25 wager.
Decide how much money you want to put down.
This is called placing your “total bet.” When choosing a total bet, you’ll notice there are slots marked with dollar signs after them. These values represent the number of units you’re paying per line. The most common total bets are 5 lines — this means that you could pay $100 for each of those 5 lines. However, since you get 2 chances to win out of every 20 rolls, this means you’ll only lose about 10% of your total bet. So you can make smaller bets as well! However, keep in mind that once you’ve placed your entire bet, you’ll no longer have any chance to change or reduce your bet. Make sure to read all of the terms and conditions carefully before making your final choices.
Betting on Craps
Now that you know what a total bet looks like, we’ll move on to the next part of the process: betting. Before you begin, remember that you must always cover your original bet with another bet before you can choose a new bet. In other words, if you had chosen a $5 line bet earlier in the process, you should already have covered that bet by placing a second $5 bet. The same goes for doubling down. As soon as you’ve covered your original bet, you can then choose to double down on that bet. Remember that when you double down, you’re increasing your bet, so you’ll now be paying more money per line. If you were previously betting $20 per line, you’d increase your bet to $40 per line. That way, even though you doubled down, you still have an opportunity to win back everything you originally bet.
Choosing new Bet
After covering your initial bet, you’ll be allowed to choose a new bet. Just click on the slot that corresponds with the bet you want to place. Keep in mind that you cannot reorder your bets once you’ve made them. If you do not wish to gamble on a particular bet, simply click the X button located above it.
Once you’ve selected your new bet, you can either press Bet or Click/Hold. The first option is quicker, but you may find that clicking instead allows you to adjust the size of your bet easier. If you prefer to hold, simply do nothing. Your bet will remain unchanged until you release it. Once you’ve placed your last bet, the site will generate a random number between 1 and 6. This number represents your total score from the round.
Finally, your wager will appear highlighted in green. This means your winning payout has been calculated and ready to be paid out. To confirm, check whether the number in front of your bet matches the value displayed at the bottom left side of the screen. If they match, simply hit Confirm and wait for the dealer to call ‘BINGO’! Wait for all your cards to be dealt out before proceeding.
As soon as the dealer announces ‘BINGO!’ you will see your payout. If you won, you’ll automatically receive your winnings in cash. If you lost, you’ll need to contact support. You can also request that the casino send you your winnings via eWallet or PayPal.
Withdrawing your earnings from the site isn’t as easy as depositing.
For starters, you’ll need to submit ID documentation and proof of address, in addition to having an active bank account. Once these requirements have been met, withdrawals usually take between one to three business days. If you’d rather avoid dealing with paperwork,
Craps can be one of the most exciting types of gambling, especially for newcomers. It takes skill and patience to master the game, but once you’ve mastered it, you’ll feel like you’re really playing Vegas with a high roll limit. If you ever run into trouble, our customer service team is here to help.