The first round of craps is referred to as come-out roll. In most casinos, the shooter makes a Pass bet or the Don’t Pass bet. Pass line bets are the winning factors while the Don’t Pass bets are the losing factors. The outcome numbers 2, 3, and 12 become a loss on the pass bet and the round comes to an end in what is known as “crapping out.” The pass bet wins when the outcome is 7 or 11. In some game variations, number 12 represents a tie that ends the round and the bet returns to the player. Outcomes 4,5,6,8,9,and 10 are considered the point numbers.
Craps can be a bit hectic to beginners because a lot of actions are taken at once and bets can be places at any given point. Knowing a couple of bets goes a long way but understanding the potential betting scenarios is even more fun. The idea of the game is to bet on the results of two rolled dices. Being a game of pure chance, it is not easy to alter the outcomes. However, the game offers a number of ways to wager. Most of the wagers depend on the dice combination that is rolled. So the player tries to predict that numbers that will appear in subsequent rolls.