Casino Extreme Craps

Craps

Casino Extreme’s Craps Game Versions

1. Classic Craps

Classic Craps is the traditional version of the game available at Casino Extreme. It follows the standard Craps Game Rules and offers players a chance to experience the timeless excitement of this popular casino game. The interface is user-friendly, with clear graphics and smooth gameplay, ensuring an immersive and enjoyable gaming experience.

2. Live Dealer Craps

For those seeking a more authentic casino atmosphere, Casino Extreme offers Live Dealer Craps. This version allows players to interact with a real dealer via a live video stream. It provides an immersive experience comparable to playing in a physical casino, complete with the social aspect of chatting with other players. Live Dealer Craps brings the thrill of the game to your screen, enabling you to witness the action unfold in real-time.

How to Play Craps

1. Learn the Terminology

To play Craps effectively, understanding the terminology is crucial. Familiarize yourself with terms such as “pass line,” “come out roll,” “point,” “don’t pass,” and “odds bet” to better comprehend the game.

2. Start with a Pass Line Bet

Place your chips on the “Pass Line” before the shooter rolls the dice. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, you win. However, if they roll a 2, 3, or 12, you lose. Any other number rolled becomes the “point.”

3. Establish the Point

When the point is established, you can place additional bets with the possibility of earning more. To win, the shooter must roll the point number again before rolling a 7. If a 7 is rolled first, you lose.

4. Explore Other Bets

As you become more familiar with the game, you can explore other betting options such as “Don’t Pass Line,” “Come,” “Don’t Come,” “Field,” “Place,” and “Big 6 and Big 8.” Each bet has its own rules and potential payout.

5. Practice Good Bankroll Management

It is essential to set a budget and stick to it. Craps can be an exhilarating game, but it is crucial to manage your bets wisely to avoid excessive losses.

Remember, Craps is a game of chance, and although strategies can be employed and there are Casino Extreme Game Rules to follow, it ultimately relies on luck. Enjoy the excitement and entertainment factor that Casino Extreme’s Craps game versions offer while being responsible and making informed decisions. Place your bets, roll the dice, and let the good times roll!

Frequently Asked Question

What is the objective of the game?-

The objective of the game is to correctly predict the outcome of the roll of the dice.

How is the game played?+

The game is played with two dice. The player places a bet on the outcome of the roll, and then the shooter (the person rolling the dice) throws the dice.

What are the different types of bets in craps?+

There are various types of bets in craps, including Pass Line, Don't Pass Line, Come, Don't Come, Place, Field, and Proposition bets.

What is the Pass Line bet?+

The Pass Line bet is a bet on the shooter winning their roll. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, the Pass Line bet wins. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12, the Pass Line bet loses. Any other number becomes the “point” and the shooter must roll that number again before rolling a 7 for the Pass Line bet to win.

What is the Don't Pass Line bet?+

The Don't Pass Line bet is the opposite of the Pass Line bet. It is a bet against the shooter winning their roll. If the shooter rolls a 2 or 3, the Don't Pass Line bet wins. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, the Don't Pass Line bet loses. Rolling a 12 results in a push. Any other number becomes the “point” and the shooter must roll a 7 before rolling the point for the Don't Pass Line bet to win.

What is the Come bet?+

The Come bet is similar to the Pass Line bet, but it can be placed after the “come-out” roll. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 after the Come bet is placed, it wins. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12, it loses. Any other number becomes the “come point” and the shooter must roll that number again before a 7 for the Come bet to win.

What is the Don't Come bet?+

The Don't Come bet is the opposite of the Come bet. It can be placed after the “come-out” roll. If the shooter rolls a 2 or 3 after the Don't Come bet is placed, it wins. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, it loses. Rolling a 12 results in a push. Any other number becomes the “come point” and the shooter must roll a 7 before rolling the come point for the Don't Come bet to win.

What are Proposition bets?+

Proposition bets are one-roll bets that can be placed on various outcomes of the dice roll, such as specific numbers appearing or the total sum of the dice.

Can you explain the odds in craps?+

Craps has different odds depending on the type of bet. Some bets have higher payouts but lower odds of winning, while others have lower payouts but higher odds of winning. It is important to understand the odds before placing bets in craps.

What is the house edge in craps?+

The house edge in craps varies depending on the type of bet. Some bets have a relatively low house edge, like the Pass Line and Don't Pass Line bets, while others have a higher house edge, such as Proposition bets. The house edge represents the average percentage of each bet that the casino expects to keep over the long run.