Craps is different to all our other games, because it’s played with Dice, rather than Cards. To play Craps, you will bet on the outcome of two rolled Dice. There are lots of bet choices and what we like to call, “mini-games” throughout the event. Could you predict the outcome of the Dice and win the most Chips overall? This game of luck is great fun for new or experienced players! Could you be the winner?
All you need is:
Firstly, each guest gets the choice to bet on ‘Pass’ or ‘Don’t Pass’
Pass – you are hoping for a 7 or 11 to come from the first dice roll – this pays out 1:1 even money.
If a 2, 3 or 12 (CRAPS number) is rolled, then you lose this bet.
Don’t Pass – you are hoping for a 2 or 3 which pays out 1:1 equal money.
If a 7 or 11 is rolled then you will lose and if the first roll happens to be a 12, this is a push bet – money back.
If a 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 is rolled – This means that a point has been established and your pass or don’t pass bet is locked in on the table. The “mini-games” begin!
Once everyone has placed their bet, the Stickman will roll the dice and see what the outcome is.
The different boxes are as follows:
If a bet is placed on any of the following boxes, the below are covered for the one roll only:
After the you have placed your bets on the top of the table (our mini-games), we will roll the dice again and depending on the outcome, will pay out any winners.
If the number rolled is not the point number, (the number rolled at the beginning) and it is also not a 7, then any winning bets on the top half of the table are paid out, any losing single roll bets are cleared from the table and any multi roll bets remain on the table. Pass and don’t pass remain locked in. You will then be given the option to place two more bets on the table.
If the number rolled is the point number, then the hand is finished, the puck turns ‘off’ and is taken off the table. We will pay out any winning single roll/multi roll/field bets from the top of the table and clear any losing bets. Now, as our point number was rolled before a 7, the pass line wins 1:1 (even money), don’t pass loses and then we will return back to the beginning and ask everyone which they would like to bet on, (pass or don’t pass) and start the game again.
If the number rolled is a 7 then the hand is finished, the puck turns ‘off’ and is taken off the table. We will pay out any winning single roll/multi roll/field bets from the top of the table and clear any losing bets. As a 7 was rolled before our point number, the don’t pass line wins 1:1 (even money), pass loses and then we will return back to the beginning and ask everyone which they would like to bet on, (pass or don’t pass) and start the game again.
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