Playing Craps, because there's no other game like it
Craps is by far the fastest-moving of all casino table game types while it also offers some of the most favourable odds to its players. While in real casinos, the craps tables can be found blindfolded as they often feature an extremely excited atmosphere, playing online allows players to make use of bet types that would make them unpopular in a real casino.
Craps at Fortune Room
Fortune Room offers a range of online craps titles including Vegas Craps. The tiles all offer the full range of craps betting types and come in a variety of betting limits to suit any pocket. To start playing your favourite craps title today, visit the Tables section of your casino software and you will find the craps titles under the 'Other' section.
Quick craps tip:
A don’t pass bet is sure to make you enemies in a real casino, but if you are playing online the don’t pass bet gives the house a smaller edge than a pass line bet.
Craps crash course
A craps board can seem intimidating to a beginner but is really easy to master by understanding a few betting types.
Easily the most played bet is the pass line bet. A player makes a pass line bet when he places his bet on the pass line (which is marked clearly on the table) before the come out roll. Once the bet has been placed, the shooter (the player throwing the dice) needs to roll a 7 or 11 for an even money payout. Rolling a 2, 3, or 12 will see the shooter crap out in which case you lose. If the shooter rolls any other number (1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10), then that number becomes the box number. At this point, players can make an additional bet on the box point, a bet that is referred to as taking odds. The shooter then needs to roll that number again to win before he sevens out (rolls a 7).
Once you have mastered the pass line bet, you can also start using the don’t pass bet (which is the exact opposite of a pass line bet) and the come bet (exactly like the pass line bet but it can be placed before any role except the come out roll).