• 5th February 2011 - By admin

    Playing craps online is very similar to playing it in real life, with the only difference being you;re not in the room with a group of anxious money-hungry players! When the game begins you’ll see the usual crap setup, except you’ll be viewing it from the top most of the time.

    You can place bets on there table by clicking on the chips you want to bet and then clicking on the are you would like to bet them on. In online craps there are are certain bets you cannot make until after the first roll has been made, and it is possible to start the game without placing a bet.

    After clicking the roll button the dice will generate a completely random generator, and this process is usually animated. The first roll in an online craps game is very important just like in real life. The results of the first roll will ultimately dictate the gameplay that takes place during the rest of the game.

    If a 2, 3, or a 12 is rolled then all Pass Line bets will lapse, while all of the Don’t Pass bets will pay out even. If the dice lands on a 7 or 11 then the opposite will occur with the Pass Line best paying even and the Don’t Pass best lapsing. In basic terms the first number that is rolled sets the tone for the rest of the game. In online craps this number will be permanently displayed in a certain area of the screen for the player’s reference throughout the game.

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