Players place bets on the outcome of two dice when playing craps, or Seven-Eleven. It can be found both at brick-and-mortar casinos and online. There are two types of gambling games: it’s a game of competition between players or against the bank. Moreover, Craps is a very social game, and the table at a Las Vegas or Macau Craps table is usually surrounded by screaming players.

What is the origin of the name Craps?

“Street craps*” is a game that can be played almost anywhere because it requires very little equipment, as all you need is a pair of dice. The game of craps was played crouched on the floor or sidewalk around this time, hence the term “craps,” which is derived from the French language “crapaud,” which means “toad.”

What is the best way to play craps?

Despite its simple rules and confusing terminology, craps is a casino game that can intimidate beginners. In come-out rolls, the shooter throws the dice. When the shooter throws the dice, three outcomes are possible:


Normally, a 7 or 11 results in a win, allowing you to roll again.


With a 2, called Snake Eyes, a three, or a twelve, you lose. There is a second chance, however.


There are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 numbers on the dice. Once the dice are rolled again, the players hope to hit the same number. This results in a win, and it is unnecessary to roll a second pair of dice.

It is important to note that the sequence above does not contain a 7. Since 7 is not a lucky number, you are “seven out” if you roll one, and your bet round is over.


When you get the hang of it, Craps can be plenty of fun (even though it can appear intimidating at first due to the number of people that tend to crowd around the table).

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