Boss Online Craps
In this version of the Craps game, you have the option of playing Private play, Multi-player or just practice mode in this table game. If you're new to Craps, take the time to play a few rounds in practice mode to acquaint yourself with the board and game options. Craps is a fun but somewhat intricate game that requires knowledge to play profitably. If you're a beginner, arm yourself with knowledge. To start the game there has to be a first roll called the Come Out roll.
To start the game: If you're the Shooter, place a Pass Line or Don't Pass Line bet on the Come Out roll. After that, you can place other bets on the table. If you aren't the shooter, you can place bets any time.
Placed bet on Pass Line - Throw the Come Out roll. If you roll a 7 or 11 on the Come Out roll you win. If you roll a 2, 3 or 12 you lose. If you roll a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 that establishes the Point for that game.
Placed bet on Don't Pass Line - Placing a bet on the Don't Pass Line has the opposite outcome of the Pass Line bet. If you roll a 1 or 3, you win. If you roll a 7 or 11, you lose. If you roll a 12 you don't win or lose and bet is still on.
You can place any combination bets after the Come Out roll. The game goes on until you roll the point or a 7. If you roll a 7 all bets are forfeit. Roll the Point, you win 1:1. All other bets are still active and you roll again. If you roll a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 that establishes the Point for that game. You win your side bets when the dice rolls up the betting combination.
Once you get the hang of the rules and odds, Craps can be a fun and challenging game. Getting over the intimidation factor is the hardest part!