The loudest and liveliest games table at a land-based casino is very likely to be the craps table. This casino game is known for being very thrilling, fast-paced and fun. It’s all about rolling two dice and betting on the outcome of the roll. There are more than a dozen different bets you can place and the large number of them may make the game seem complicated, but it’s actually quite easy to get to grips with.
Another great thing about the game is that it has one of the highest RTPs of all casino games. This means that, on average, you’re likely to receive more of your money back when playing craps compared to most other casino games. Here’s an overview of the game plus some information about playing craps online 2018 at LuckyStar Casino.
An overview of how craps works
Craps is all about betting on the outcome of a roll of the dice - or, in some instances, a series of rolls. To start off, you place Pass or Don’t Pass bets. Both of these are even money bets (their odds are 1/1), meaning that if you bet £1 and win, you would get your original £1 bet back plus £1 in winnings for a total of £2. The two dice are rolled and what happens next depends on the outcome. If the two dice total 7 or 11, Pass bets win and Don’t Pass bets lose; if it’s a 2, 3 or 12, Pass bets lose and Don’t Pass bets win (though not on 12 - it counts as a tie); if it’s any other number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10), this number becomes the ‘point’ and the game moves to the next round.
Once the point has been established, it’s rolled again before a 7, Pass bets win and Don’t Pass bets lose; if a 7 is rolled first, Pass line bets lose and Don’t Pass bets win. That’s a basic overview of the how the game works - there’s a bit more to it when it comes to various other betting options, but once you master the basics, which shouldn’t be too hard, you’ll have no problems getting to grips with the game’s many betting options.
Play craps at LuckyStar Casino today
We have one craps game available to play at LuckyStar Casino. If you’re keen to get playing, all you have to do is search for ‘craps’ and it will come up; alternatively, you can click on the ‘Table Games’ category and find it there.
The game can be played in demo mode, so you can practise craps as much as you want without having to risk any of your real money. Once you feel confident enough about how the game works and what all its betting options are, you can switch over to real money play - hopefully the roll of the dice will be in your favour and you’ll land yourself a pretty good win or two!