Placed at all times following the starting throw when a shooter has a point to repeat. You hit on natural seven or eleven and lose by craps ( 2, 3 or 12). Every figure that appears is a “come point”, and has to be thrown before a seven is thrown.

All the gamblers at the craps game table have a chance to shoot the dice. The playing dice go clock-wise around the game table from a single craps bettor to another, in such a way that each shooter gets their chance. If you decide to, you may refuse to shoot, and it that case the dice will be offered by a stick operator to a participant next you.

Contrary of the come wager, apart from that a 1st throw of 2 or 3 wins, and twelve is a standoff, and furthermore you fail on natural seven or eleven.

Any additional result is the “come point” and likewise you miscarry in case the come point is done before a 7 is tossed.

Once a point is tossed on the first roll or a come point at a later roll, you can take the odds and earn if the points are achieved earlier than a seven. Payouts are: 2-1 at 4 and 10, three-to-two at five and nine, 6:5 on six and eight. “Don`t Pass” or otherwise “Don`t come” bets are in reverse; you must place the prospects in order to succeed.

After a player selects a point, you might execute a “Place Bet” for numbers four, five, six, eight, nine and ten. When the shooter tosses any of those figures earlier than a seven, you wind the following returns: 9:5 on 4 and 10, 7 to 5 for 5:9, and also seven to six on 6 and 8.

A one-roll bet. You succeed even money on 3/4/9/10/11. You earn 2:1 on 2. You gain three to one for twelve. You fail by 5/6/7/8.

One-roll wagers. 2 or 12 gives 31:1. “Any Craps” ( 2, 3 or 12) pay back 8-1. 3/11 gives 16 to 1.


You earn if the outcome comes precisely as at the desk, you fail if the outcome comes up some other way, or otherwise if a 7 is thrown.