Welcome to online Craps
There are few, online or otherwise, casino games as popular as Craps. Started In the early 14th century by the British, this game has travelled around the world and grown in popular wherever it has come to rest. If you, like so many other online New Zealand casino fans love games of chance, the thrill, suspense and an opportunity to win big are all part and parcel of craps. Offered on most every online casino out there and hosted by most leading gaming software giants, this dice game will have you on the edge of your seat for every roll.
The origins of the game
Known in France as Crapaud, meaning toad, Craps is an exciting dice game with so many betting options that winning is almost bound to happen, similar to the odds in roulette betting. But be warned, this is not just a game of chance, it is a game of skill and a fair degree of patience. The rules, if you aren’t already a fan, will be explained in the next paragraph so if you already know this beautiful game well enough, skip the rest, access your favourite online NZ casino and get winning. Otherwise, read carefully, because a firm grasp of the game can be the determining factor between walking away with nothing and taking home the millions!
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Quick and easy rules and gameplay
Craps is fairly straightforward, but with the multitude of betting options a good understanding can give you an advantage over the house. The game starts with one player being designated as the first ‘shooter’, the role (not a pun) of shooter passes anti-clockwise. Before the first shooter rolls the two dice, players have the option of betting on either the pass line bet or the don’t pass line bet. The shooter then rolls both die, this roll is called the come out roll, and if the total on the two dice adds up to 7 or 11, the pass line bet wins, and the round ends. If neither of these totals are hit but a 2, 3 or 12 is rolled the don’t pass line bets win and the turn ends. This scenario is known as craps.
The other numbers, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 are point numbers. If one of these are rolled during the come out roll then that number becomes the point number and a token or ‘puk’ is placed on that number on the board. This is the point number, and the shooter rolls again until either that point number is rolled or a 7. If the point number is rolled before a 7 then the pass line bets win, if the 7 is rolled before the point number, the don’t pass line bet wins. The next betting options in Craps are offered after the shooter has rolled a point number. These are called come bets, or don’t come bets. Come bets win if a 7 or 11 is rolled before the point number, don’t come bets win if a 2 or 3 is rolled. A 12 ties the round. If any other numbers, besides the point number, then all come bets are moved to a smaller numbered box on the board, if this number is then rolled the come bets win. For don’t come bets nothing happens except that if a 7 is rolled afterwards it wins.
Start Playing Craps Now
There are still more bets one can play in craps but to explain anymore would be to ruin the surprise. However you now know enough to begin, so go out and experiment, win and enjoy at the best online New Zealand casinos now!