Craps is a popular game in land-based casinos throughout the world. This game might be intimidating to a beginner player, but with its unique online version, and easy-to-use user interface with helpful features, it will surely appeal to both new gamers and experts as well.
How To Play?
First, select the mode of your game. If you’re a beginner, we suggest you start with the Easy Mode.
Place your bet. The minimum bet is Php25 only.
Watch the mechanical arm roll the dice.
After the dice have been rolled, you can check on the status of your wager in the My Numbers section. In the lower right corner of your screen, you'll see the status of your wager, as well as which numbers are favorable to you and the exact amount you'll win if Lady Luck is on your side.
See if you can win!
Betting Options for Craps
One Roll Bets
The Field: With one bet, you’re aiming at the result being 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, and 12. If you hit 2 or 12, your winnings are doubled!
2, 3, 11, 12: Basically, you’re betting on the fact that you might hit one of these numbers. The 2 and 12 pay 30:1, while the other two numbers yield a 15:1 return.
Seven: Not that rare, sevens can be a great boost to your bankroll, as they can give you a quick 4:1 payout.
Craps: You’re betting that the dice are going to land on either 2, 3, or 12.
Craps and Eleven: Also known as C&E, it’s basically an extension of the Craps bet, with the 11 being an added potential result.
Number bets/ Win or Lose bets: You're betting that a 7 will appear before a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. This is considered a loss. A win is just the opposite: you're betting that these numbers will appear before the number 7. All other numbers are irrelevant and will result in a re-roll if they are hit. You can choose to gamble on all or just one of the numbers to win or lose.
Hardways: A hardway is an expression for even number results that are composed of the same numbers. For example, a hard 4 is two 2s, a hard 6 is two 3s, and so on. Betting on hardways basically means that you’re betting that a hard number (2, 3, 8, or 10) is coming before an easy number (i.e. an 8 in the form of a 5 and a 3) or a 7.
Pass Line: This bet begins with a come-out roll. If this roll results in a 7 or an 11, you automatically win. A 2, 3, or 12 means an automatic loss, but every other number establishes something that’s called a point. Now, if you roll a 5, that’s your number. The goal of the next few rolls is to get 5 (or whatever number other than 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12) before 7.
Don’t Pass: A Don't Pass is the opposite of a Pass Line in that it pays out if you score a 2 or 3, but loses if you hit a 7 or 11. A 12 is a push, requiring a re-roll. The point system remains the same, but you're betting that a 7 will appear before one of those numbers, depending on your Don't Pass bet's goal.
Don't Come: Similar to the previous two, but only when the ON sign is next to the numbers line — when the point is established, can it be played. The come line is the same as the Pass Line if you bet on it. The opposite is likewise true, with the other result matching a specific Don't Pass wager.