Next, we are going to explain how to play craps with the most popular bets of this game. With this we are referring to the bet of the pass, come, don’t pass, and don’t come:
- Pass Bet, here you will lose if a 2, 3, or 12 comes out in the exit bet or a 7 once the point has come out.
- Come bet: this is very similar to the previous one, but it is made once the point has come out. In this case, you win if a 7 or number 11 comes up, but if a 2, 3, or 12 comes up you lose.
- Don’t Pass bet, this bet is completely opposite to the pass bet, therefore, here you win if a 2 or 3 is rolled and you lose if a 7 or number 11 is rolled. Here the 12 would mean a tie. In the event that none of these numbers come up, a point is made and it is rolled again until the point or a 7 comes up. Here to get the victory you will have to come up with the 7 before the point, otherwise, you will lose.
- Don’t Come Bet: This bet is the complete opposite of the Come bet. This time you will win once the point has come up if a 3 or 2 comes up later, and you will lose if a 12 comes up.
But How do you mark the starting point?
We are sure that after having talked about it, you are asking yourself this question. Well, very simple, in the event that the sum of the dice is not any of the values that have been bet, then this figure will be called a point.
How to play craps: Bets after the come-out roll
The shooter can place bets on the result of a shot, that is, on a specific number coming up. If you wish to make this move, you will see the dice combination drawing on the table, which is where you will put your chips. Keep in mind that the house edge is overwhelming in these cases, and that is why we do not recommend any of these plays. But you can learn to place these bets to add some adrenaline to the game.
These craps bets are a group of one-shot bets that are all placed together on the table. Call them discreetly, and for the sole purpose of having some action while you wait crouched in their other fixed bets.