The ‘Come Out’ roll in craps is the first roll in a new round of craps. The ‘Point’ is established when the dice reveals either 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 but if the dice are showing a total value of 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12, this come out roll will instantly bring the round to an end. As soon as the point has been established, a marker (known as the ‘On’ puck) will be placed in that position on the table.
After the point has then been rolled, the dice will then continue to be rolled until that exact same point has been rolled again, or if a 7 happens to be rolled. This may seem a little confusing if you have never played before, but the basics only take a few minutes to learn. Whenever you visit an online casino and attempt to play on this game for the very first time, we recommend reading through the rules and if you have the chance, practice on this game in the free play demo mode.
For example, there are loads of different bets to get to grips with, plus the betting table can seem a little confusing for new players. Some of the bets include Pass Line Bets, Don’t Pass Line Bets, Come Bets, Don’t Come Bets, Odd Bets, Hard Way Bets, Horn Bets and C & E Bets.
Other bets that can also be placed include Any Craps Bets, Any 7 Bets, Lay Bets, Buy Bets, Lose Bets, Win Bets, Big 6 and 8 Bets and Field Bets. Each bet obviously has different odds, so becoming familiar with the odds and the payouts is also crucial. Usually when you play Craps online, the chip denominations range from as little as $/€/£0.01 up to $/€/£500.00 or more.
Placing a bet on the craps table online is far less intimidating than playing at a real land based casino and the player controls generally make placing bets so much easier online. Once you have placed your bets, all you need to do is click the roll button and if you win, you your prize will be awarded instantly.