The aim of the game is to predict what numbers the dice will show once they have been rolled. At a craps table you have one ‘shooter’ throwing the dice while up to 15 players can bet on the outcome. Once a ‘shooter’ either ‘makes their point’ or throws a seven, the dice pass to the next player and they then become the ‘shooter’. You can bet either with – ‘Pass Line’ – or against the shooter – ‘Don’t Pass Line’. Pay-out: 1-1, but more for place bets (see full rules).
Our friendly trained croupiers will assist your guests during play and give those hints and tips. What have we learned is the first thing to do when playing a casino table game? Place a bet. With Craps, the only Player who must place a bet prior to the first roll of the game is the Shooter (or person who wants to roll the dice). To become eligible to become a Shooter, place a bet on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass Bar. The dice are passed to Players in a clockwise direction so you might have to wait a while for your turn as a Shooter. If you want to play, but don’t want to be a Shooter, you also may place this bet, but are not required to do so and may wait to place a bet after the Come Out roll. The Stickman (the guy with the stick who assists the Dealers) will push about five dice toward you. With only one hand, pick up two. Next, roll the dice hard enough so that they hit the wall of the opposite end of the table. The object of this Come Out roll is to establish a Point, which needs to be something other than a 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12.