If you take a glance at all the classic online casino games, then the one that people seem most wary and intimidated by is craps. It gives off the impression that it’s a complicated game with a lot of moving parts and since most players tend to prefer simple games such as online slots, they never both with craps. However, if you like a lot of action with a fast pace like what slots can give you, then craps is definitely worth a shot.
You can get started at craps with two simple yet fundamental bets that entail either betting with the short or betting against the shooter. If you’d rather bet with the shooter then you need to go for the pass bet. If you want to bet against the shooter then apply the “don’t pass” bet. Once you’ve mastered how craps work, these two will appear like simple bets that will open you to all of the other bets including the best bets on online casinos.
Pass Bets in Craps
When a shooter starts playing, he makes a roll to establish a number called a point which will be either a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. If the roll is a 2, 3, 7, 11 or 12 on the other hand, the pass bet will either immediately win or loss. The pass bet wins on 7 and 11 and loses on 2, 3 and 12. If a point number is established by rolling a 4-6 or 8-10, then the shooter will get to keep on rolling until one of two things happen.
This set of rolls is ultimately a race to see whether a 7 or the point will come up first. If the point turns up before a 7, then the pass line bet will win. If the 7 comes first, then the pass line bet loses.
Don’t Pass Bets in Craps
When it comes to the Don’t Pass Bet, it works exactly opposite to the pass line bet and it wins when the pass line loses with one exception. Instead of winning if the come out roll is a 12, you push.