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A game of Craps can consist of two distinct phases, the Coming Out phase and the Point phase.
In the Coming Out phase, the objective is to roll a seven or an eleven, while betting on the Pass Line. If you roll four, five, six, eight, nine or ten instead, a Point is established.
In the Point phase of the game, the objective is to roll the same number as the Point, before you roll a seven.
In both phases of the game, you can place various side bets.
To play a game of Craps, do the following:
- Click the Increase (+) or Decrease (-) button to select the chip size you want to bet.
Left-Click the bet position on the table to place your Pass Line bet. A chip is placed on the bet position.
- To increase your bet, do the following:
o Left-click the center betting circle selected again.
- To reduce or remove a bet, do the following:
Right-click the bet you want to reduce or remove.
Click the Roll button. The dice are rolled on to the table. Depending on the number rolled, you either:
- Win on the Come-out Roll
You are paid according to the Payout Table.
Establish a Point
Click Roll again, to try and make the Point.
- If you match the point, the win amount is displayed in the Win box.
- If you roll a 7, you lose and the game is over. You can start the Come-Out phase again.
For more information on these options, see the Terminology section.