The lively dice game is characterized above all by loud cheering and party atmosphere.
If you see a large table around which guests standing, clapping and shouting loudly, then it is almost always a craps table.
Craps is the most popular U.S. casino game and due to the good atmosphere at the tables, the perfect match for an exuberant party night.
Clockwise, the next shooter that starts the game and throws two red dice from one end to the other end of the table.
Previously, the players at the table bet their bets on individual numbers and above all on whether the first roll will be a 7 or not.
If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 at first, he immediately won. With a 2,3 or 12, he loses.
They total 4,5,6,8,9 or 10 are set as Point after the first throw. The shooter's goal is to throw that set point again before throwing a 7. By throwing a 7, the game is done and the bet is lost. In addition to the normal bets, there are a variety of other bets on the table.
The game looks more complicated than it is.
The Las Vegas pilot recommends asking the very nice and helpful croupiers at the table for a short explanation.
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