Craps

Fans of the legendary game of Craps have been waiting for Evolution Craps. Craps is a popular game in land-based casinos. For new players, Craps can be intimidating, but with this unique online version, we’ve made it easier than ever with an intuitive user interface and helpful features. The game’s availability in both Live and First Person will appeal to both experienced and new players.

How it All Works

Set in a beautiful underground speakeasy-themed studio. It’s a fun, fast-paced game with lots of ways to win.

The game’s goal is to predict the outcome of two dice rolls. Our unique Craps has all the tools you need to play and understand the game. But excitement is not lost! At the same time, you can see how many other people are rooting for the same number.

Craps is a game where many players get to bet on a dice roll. The table layout is initially confusing, but the rules are simple to learn. Read up on the types of bets and how a game of craps works before you go. When you’re ready to bet, practice good etiquette. Encourage everyone at the table to beat the house.

How to Play Craps

Game Play One

  • Win money by betting on the outcome of a dice roll. Craps is simple when you remember that the point is to bet on the sum of two dice. One player throws the dice, hoping for a 7 or 11. Not getting this number on the first roll establishes a “point” number to roll again before getting a 7.
  • Generally, the table bets on the player rolling the required number. There are also options to bet against the table if the player loses.
  • 7 and 11 win on the first roll, called a come-out roll. Craps numbers 2, 3, and 12 mean losers.
  • The winning and losing numbers change with the game’s stage. If the player scores a point, 7 is a loser.

Game Play Two

  • During the come-out roll, bet on the pass line. The dealer keeps score by placing a disk on the table. A new round begins when the disk is flipped to the black side with the word “OFF.” A 7 or an 11 on the come-out roll means everyone who bet on the pass line wins. A 2, 3, or 12 is a loss.
  • To learn how to play craps, the pass line is the best place to start. A new round cannot start until a pass bet is placed.
  • Numbers like 4, 5, and 6 are neutral. The point is the rolled number, and the game moves on to the next phase.
  • You can also bet on the don’t pass line. Choosing this option means betting against the crowd. You win when the shooter rolls a 2, but lose when they roll a 7 or 11.

Game Play Three

  • Don’t play the point if nobody wins or loses. When a player does not win or lose on the come-out roll, they get a point. The possible scores are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. The dealer flips the disk to the white “ON” side, and the shooter keeps rolling the dice. A 7 is a loss.
  • Bets on the pass line remain active throughout. You win if the player’s point number rolls.
  • When the point number is 8, the shooter rolls an 8. A 7 means all pass line bets lose. Shooter rolls one of these numbers to continue.
  • If the shooter misses, the game restarts with new pass bets. Same thing if a 7 comes up, but someone else must roll.