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How to Play Craps

Objective
To predict the number of a dice roll.   

Placing Wagers
To place a wager, you must set a chip on the table.  This is achieved by moving the mouse pointer to the part of the table where you want to set the chip, and pushing down the LEFT MOUSE BUTTON.  

To raise your wager, keep the mouse pointed at the same spot you set your original chip down, and continue pushing down the LEFT MOUSE BUTTON.  For every mouse click, the value of the chip will increase, showing you the exact amount of the wager inside the chip. 

To decrease your wager, keep the mouse pointed at the same place you set your original chip down, and press the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON.  If you decrease your chip value to 0, your wager will automatically be removed from the table.  This method allows you to remove chips that you no longer want on the table. By continuing to click on the chip with the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON, the chip (and wager) will eventually disappear. 

Helpful Hint
Pressing the CTRL or the SHIFT key while simultaneously pressing the left or right mouse button will speed up the placing of your wagers on the table. The CTRL key  will increase or decrease your wagers by 5 credits, whereas the SHIFT key will increase or decrease your wagers by 20 credits.

Types of Bets
There are many different means and ways of placing wagers on the craps table:

The Pass Line Bet is the most common and popular wager at the Craps Table.  This type of bet wins if the first roll of the dice (the Come-Out Roll) is a 7 or 11.  The bet loses if a 2, 3 or 12 is the come-out roll. If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is rolled, that number becomes the Point. (At this time the bet may not be removed or changed) The point must be rolled again before a 7 is rolled in order for the bet to win.  If a 7 is rolled before the point is repeated, then the bet loses.  All winning wagers are paid even money.

The Don’t Pass Bet is the opposite of the Pass Line bet. When the player (shooter) rolls a 2 or 3 on the Come Out roll, then the wager automatically wins.  When the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the Come Out roll, then the bet automatically loses.   The roll of a 12 produces a tie, and play is carried on until the shooter wins or loses.  If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is rolled, that number becomes the point.  Instead of trying to roll the point again, the shooter must roll a 7 before the point is repeated in order to win.  If the point is repeated before a 7 is rolled, the wager is lost.   

The Come Bet can only be made after the point has been determined. Once the bet has been placed, the rules governing it are exactly the same as the rules for a Pass Line Bet.  All winning wagers are paid even money as well. 

The Don’t Come Bet is the opposite of the Come Bet – as the name implies.   Like the Come Bet, it can only be placed after the point has been established.  However, after the wager is made, the rules governing it are the same as the rules for a Don’t Pass Bet.  The wager cannot be removed or changed once the point is set.  

The Odds Bet is an additional bet made on a Pass, Don’t Pass, Come or Don’t Come Bet.  Like the name implies, a winning wager is paid correct odds rather than even money.  It cannot be placed until the point has been determined. 

A Win Bet, known as a Place Bet to Win, can be placed on numbers 4,5,6,8,9,or 10.  It can be made at any time, and produces a winner when the placed number is rolled before a 7; otherwise it loses. 

A Lose Bet is the exact opposite of a Place Bet to Win.  The shooter can only win if a 7 is rolled before the place number; otherwise, the wager is lost if the shooter rolls the place bet before rolling a 7.

A Field Bet is a wager made regarding the outcome of the next die throw. It wins if a 3,4,9,10 or 11 is rolled, and pays even money.  If a 2 or 12 is rolled, the wager pays double money.  If a 5, 6, 7 or 8 is rolled, then the bet loses.   

A Hardway Bet is also made regarding the outcome of the next die throw.  A Hardway roll occurs when doubles are thrown with an outcome of 4, 6, 8 or 10.  For example, rolling a pair of threes would produce a "hard 6".  An Easyway roll is produced when the same outcome is achieved, but without rolling doubles.  For the previous example, rolling a 4 and a 2 would produce an "easy 6".  For a Hardway Bet to win, the shooter must roll a double with an outcome of 4, 6, 8 or 10.  The wager loses if either a 7 or any Easyway number is rolled.

An Any Seven Bet is made regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 5 for 1 (4 to 1) if a seven is scored. 

An Any Craps Bet is made regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 8 for 1 (7 to 1) if a 2, 3 or 12 is scored. 

A Craps Two Bet is placed regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 30 to 1 if a 2 is scored.

A Craps Twelve Bet is made regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 30 to 1 if a 12 is scored. 

A Craps Three Bet is placed regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 15 to 1 if a 3 is scored. 

An Eleven is made regarding the outcome of the next throw. It pays 15 to 1 if an 11 is scored. 

A Horn Bet is a single roll bet on any craps (2,3 or 12) and 11. Odds are paid out accordingly. 

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