Ice Casino Craps

Craps

Ice Casino offers several versions of the popular casino game, Craps. Players can choose from different variations to suit their preferences and gaming style. Here are some of the Craps game versions available at Ice Casino.

1. Standard Craps: This is the traditional version of the game, where players bet on the outcome of the dice roll. The game starts with the “come-out” roll, where the shooter aims to roll a 7 or 11 to win. If they roll a 2, 3, or 12, they lose. If any other number is rolled, it becomes the “point,” and the shooter continues rolling until they either roll the point number again or a 7. Players can place bets on various outcomes, such as the pass line, don’t pass line, and come bets.

2. High Limit Craps: This version caters to high rollers who prefer large betting limits. The gameplay is the same as standard craps, but the maximum bet amounts are significantly higher, allowing players to wager more substantial amounts for potentially bigger wins.

3. Crapless Craps: In this version, players can’t lose on the come-out roll since it removes the possibility of rolling a 2, 3, or 12. Instead, these numbers become “point” numbers. While this may seem advantageous, the game compensates by reducing the odds of winning on certain bet types, making it a riskier variation.

Now, let’s take a look at the basic rules and how to play Craps:

1. The shooter: One player is designated as the shooter, who rolls the dice. If playing online, the dice are virtual, and the shooter is determined by the game algorithm.

2. Placing bets: Before the come-out roll, players place their bets on various outcomes by placing chips on the designated areas of the Craps table.

3. Come-out roll: The shooter rolls the dice to establish the point number. If a 7 or 11 is rolled, the pass line bets win, and the don’t pass line bets lose. If a 2, 3, or 12 is rolled, the don’t pass line bets win, and the pass line bets lose.

4. Point phase: If any other number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10) is rolled, it becomes the “point.” The shooter continues rolling until they roll the point number again or a 7.

5. Betting options: During the point phase, players can place bets on various outcomes, such as pass line, don’t pass line, come bets, and proposition bets, to name a few. Each bet has different odds and payout amounts.

6. End of the round: The round ends when the shooter either rolls the point number or a 7. If the shooter rolls the point number, pass line bets win, and don’t pass line bets lose. If a 7 is rolled, don’t pass line bets win, and pass line bets lose.

Craps is an exciting and fast-paced game that offers various betting options. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, Ice Casino provides different Craps game versions suitable for all types of players. So, roll the dice and enjoy the thrilling world of Craps at Ice Casino!

Frequently Asked Question

What is the object of the game?-

The object of the game is to bet on the outcome of a roll or series of rolls of a pair of dice.

What is a “pass line” bet?+

A pass line bet is a bet placed at the beginning of the game that the shooter will roll a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll.

What is a “don't pass” bet?+

A don't pass bet is a bet placed at the beginning of the game that the shooter will roll a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out roll.

How are winnings determined?+

Winnings are determined based on the specific bets made and the outcome of the dice roll.

What is the “come-out roll”?+

The come-out roll is the first roll of the dice in a new betting round.

What is the “point number”?+

The point number is established if the come-out roll results in a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. It determines if the pass line or don't pass bets win or lose.

Can bets be removed or changed during the game?+

Once a bet is placed, it cannot be removed or changed until it either wins or loses.

What is a “field” bet?+

A field bet is a one-roll bet that the next roll will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12.

What is a “hardway” bet?+

A hardway bet is a bet that the shooter will roll a specific pair of numbers (4, 6, 8, or 10) before rolling a 7 or an “easy” version of that number.

What does it mean to “crap out”?+

Crapping out refers to the shooter rolling a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out roll, causing the pass line bets to lose.