VIP Club Casino Craps

Craps

VIP Club Casino offers two versions of the Craps game: the regular version and the Live Dealer version. The regular version uses computer-generated graphics while the Live Dealer version features a live, interactive dealer. Both versions of the game follow the same basic rules of Craps.

To play Craps, the player must first place a bet on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass Line. The Pass Line bet wins if the come-out roll (the first roll of the game) is a 7 or 11 and loses if it is a 2, 3, or 12. If any other number is rolled, that number becomes the Point, and the player must roll that number again before rolling a 7 in order to win the Pass Line bet.

The Don’t Pass Line bet is essentially the opposite of the Pass Line bet. The bet wins if the come-out roll is a 2 or 3 and loses if it is a 7 or 11. If a 12 is rolled, the bet is a tie. After the Point is established, the Don’t Pass Line bet wins if a 7 is rolled before the Point is rolled again.

Players can also place additional bets on various other outcomes, such as the Field bet (which wins if the next roll is a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12) or the Place bet (which wins if the selected number is rolled before a 7). These additional bets offer different payouts and can be combined with Pass/Don’t Pass Line bets to increase potential winnings.

Overall, Craps is a fun and exciting game that requires a bit of strategy and a lot of luck. With its different betting options and fast-paced gameplay, it is definitely worth giving a try at VIP Club Casino.

Frequently Asked Question

What is Craps?-

Craps is a popular dice game played in casinos around the world. It is a game of chance where players bet on the outcome of dice rolls.

What is the objective of the game?+

The objective of the game is to correctly predict the outcome of the roll of the dice. Players can bet on various outcomes such as the total sum of the dice, the combination of the dice, and whether the shooter will win or lose.

Who is the shooter?+

The shooter is the player who rolls the dice in a game of Craps. The role of the shooter rotates clockwise around the table.

What is a come-out roll?+

The come-out roll is the first roll of the dice in a new game of Craps. The come-out roll determines the point number for the game, and players will either win or lose their bets depending on the outcome of the roll.

What is a point number?+

A point number is established on the come-out roll when the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. The shooter has to roll the point number again before rolling a 7 in order to win his/her bet.

What is a Pass Line bet?+

A Pass Line bet is a bet that the shooter will roll either a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll, or establish a point number and roll it again before rolling a 7.

What is a Don’t Pass bet?+

A Don’t Pass bet is a bet that the shooter will roll a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out roll or that the shooter will not roll the point number before rolling a 7.

What is a Come bet?+

A Come bet is a bet placed after the point number has been established. If a player makes a Come bet and the next roll is a 7 or 11, the player wins. If the next roll is a 2, 3, or 12, the player loses. If any other number is rolled, that becomes the point number for the Come bet, and the player wins if that number is subsequently rolled before a 7.

What is a Don’t Come bet?+

A Don’t Come bet is the opposite of a Come bet. It is a bet that the shooter will roll a 2, 3, or 12 after the point number has been established or that the shooter will not roll the point number before rolling a 7.

Can I place bets while the game is in progress?+

Yes, players can place bets while the game is in progress, but they must wait until the current shooter has finished his/her turn before placing a bet.