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There’s something very satisfying about rolling dice along a felt table for a shot at a cash payout. Whether you’re playing Craps online or Roll the Dice, the experience manages to be both gripping and relaxing at the same time. We’ve managed to recreate that feel for our online gambling dice games with 3D dice and spot-on sound effects, so you can get the same rush without having to trek to your neighborhood casino. If you haven’t rolled the bones in our casino yet, now is a good time to give it a try. We’ve recently added new dice games to compliment the roster, so now you can choose between Bodog Craps, Classic Craps and the Chinese dice game Roll the Dice (Fish-Prawn-Crab). We’ll go over the differences between these games to make sure you know which version suits your playing style.

Online Dice Games: Craps | Roll the Dice

There are two ways to play Craps online for real money in our casino—through the classic version and modern one. They both have the same bets and payouts, so it’s just a difference in style. If you’re looking for something a bit more basic than Craps, we have the luck-based game Roll the Dice (Fish-Prawn-Crab), which is like an animated version of Sic Bo.

Online Craps

The two Craps games have the same rules but different layouts. The original version (Craps Classic) has an angled view of a traditional Craps table—similar to what you’d find in a brick-and-mortar casino. This table has a section for the Yo Eleven and Any Craps bets included; however, the odds bets are a bit trickier to locate because they’re in unmarked boxes above the Pass Line.

The new version of Craps is better suited for mobile casino players and beginners. The simple birds eye view of the table is easy to navigate, and the odds bets are clearly marked. Those looking for a streamlined user-friendly version of Craps should opt for the new one. And if you’re unfamiliar with these bets, don’t worry, we’ll explain how to play Craps below.

Roll the Dice

You’ll be able to tell that Roll the Dice is a traditional Chinese dice game as soon as you launch the game thanks to the music that plays in the background. Every time you drop coins on any of the seven game icons, they move in unexpected ways. Your betting options include a crab, fish, rooster, prawn, gold coin, gourd, and three dice, which represent the “Any Triple” betting option.

Once you’re finished betting on the icons, three dice are placed in a 3D ceramic bowl. Drag the bowl with your cursor and give it a good shake before releasing. The results will dictate your payouts. Win even-money if you land one matching symbol, double if you land two, and triple if you land three. If you successfully bet the Any Triple option, which means any of the six icons need to appear on all three dice, you score a 30:1 payout.

How to Play Craps

Craps is all about placing bets and rolling the dice to trigger payouts. Although there are many different ways to bet on Craps, most people go for the two primary bets: the Pass Line bet and the Don’t Pass bet. Both can be wagered at the very start of a round, which consists of an initial come-out roll, and depending on the outcome, could progress to a Point Number roll.

Pass Line Basics

The come-out roll is simply the first roll of a round of Craps. If you bet on the Pass Line, a come-out roll outcome of 7 and 11 wins, whereas a 2, 3, and 12 lose. Alternatively, for the Don’t Pass Line, you win on a 2 and 3, and lose on a 7 and 11. A 12 is a tie for the Don’t Pass Line.

Should you roll a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 on your come-out roll, you’ve established a Point number and will continue on in the round. In order to make it easy to remember which number is the Point, the black puck that says “OFF” gets flipped to “On” and placed on the Point Number on the board.

With a Point number established, you continue to roll the dice over and over until you re-roll the Point number, or roll a 7. While both outcomes conclude the round, whether they result in a win or loss depends on your chosen bet. Pass Line bets, for instance, require the Point to be re-rolled before a 7 in order to win (the opposite scenario results in a loss). Don’t Pass bets, however, require a 7 to be re-rolled prior to re-rolling the Point.

Both the Pass Line and Don’t Pass bets can be bolstered with odds bets. These bets follow the exact same rules as their parent bet, winning and losing alongside them, but offer higher payouts that are based on the bet’s true odds. These bets have no house edge included, making them highly-sought after by Craps players.

Come/Don’t Come: A Round Within a Round

Once people master the Pass Line/Don’t Pass Line with odds, they often look to the Come and Don’t Come bets for added complexity. The best way to think about these bets is as a round within a round.

Once a Point is established, betting on the Come or Don’t Come initiates a second come-out roll that’s independent of the first. If the second come-out roll is a 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12, the Come/Don’t Come bet is resolved (7 and 11 win for Come, 2 and 3 win for Don’t Come). However, if the following roll is a Point number, the chip is removed from the Come/Don’t Come bar and placed on the new Point number (now there are two Point numbers to keep track of). The Come/Don’t Come bet is resolved once the second Point number is re-rolled or a 7 is rolled.

If you’re looking for basic Craps strategy, these are all the bets you need to know. Betting on the Don’t Pass/Don’t Come while fully loading up on the odds produces the lowest house edge. But there are many other betting options than that, and some are worth the occasional flyer when you’re feeling lucky. Check out our Craps game guide for a rundown on how all the bets work when you feel like branching out from these primary bets.

Rules of Craps

While most of our online table games have standard betting minimums and maximums, Craps is a bit different, with ranges that depend on the bet. We’ll go over the most popular ones, including any restrictions on when you can place the bet, as well as the payout you can expect to receive should your bet win.

Pass/Don’t Pass: Must be placed before the come-out roll. Betting range is $1-$100, and payout is 1:1.

Pass Odds: Accessible as back-up to Pass bet only after Point is established. Bet up to 4.5X the primary bet; payout is 2:1 on 4 & 10, 3:2 on 5 & 9, 6:5 on 6 & 8. Don’t Pass Odds: Accessible as back-up to Don’t Pass bet only after Point is established. Bet up to 4.5X the primary bet; payout is 1:2 on 4 & 10, 2:3 on 5 & 9, 5:6 on 6 & 8.

Come Bet/Don’t Come Bet: These bets aren’t available for the come-out roll. Bet up to $100 and get paid 1:1 if you win.

Place to Win/Lose: Any of the Point numbers can be bet to win or lose at any time and these bets can be removed by dragging and dropping the chips back in their original pile. Placing a number to win means you’re betting that the number will be rolled before a 7, whereas placing a number to lose means you’re betting that a 7 will be rolled before that number. The payout depends on the number you select:

Place to Win Payouts:

4 & 10 Pays 9:5

5 & 9 Pays 7:5

6 & 8 Pays 7:6

Place to Lose Payouts

4 & 10 Pays 5:11

5 & 9 Pays 5:8

6 & 8 Pays 4:5

Now that you have a basic understanding of how it works, you can play Craps online in the Table Games section of our casino. Whether you go for the Classic Casino version, or the slick streamlined one is up to you. If you’re looking for a simpler, but no less popular online dice games, try your luck with Roll the Dice. The 30:1 payout means you can win up to $15,000 in a single roll. Are you feeling lucky?

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