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Egyptian Craps

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 Egyptian Craps
Egyptian Craps Craps is a game of dice. The player is betting on which numbers the next roll of the dice will produce or won't produce. In its simplest form the player called the shooter will place a bet on the Pass line or on the Don't Pass Line and try to roll a seven or an eleven. If the shooter succeeds the bet will pay even money and the shooter can make another bet. This first roll is called the 'Come Out' roll. Should the player fail to roll a seven or eleven then a 'point' is established on the number of the value of the dice rolled. Once a point is established the shooter's object is to roll the same number again before the next seven is rolled. If a seven is rolled the shooter looses his bet. Once a point has been established the shooter can not remove his bet from the table. While the shooter is trying to make the point he can add extra bets to the table. Types of BetsThe Pass BetThis is a bet that the shooter will throw a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll or, alternatively, that the shooter will make the point before the next 7 is rolled. The Don't Pass BetThis is the opposite of the pass bet. This bet is placed against the shooter and wins if craps 2,3 or 12 is thrown on the come-out roll or if the shooter fails to make the point. If a 12 is thrown, the bet ties. The Come BetThis bet is similar to the pass bet but cannot be made on the come-out roll. Traditionally the Come and Don't Come bets are available to allow players just joining the table to take part in the action immediately, instead of having to wait for the shooter to make or miss the point! The Don't Come BetAgain, this bet is similar to the 'Don't Pass' bet, but can not be made on the come-out roll. Odds BetThis is an additional bet made on a Pass, Don't Pass, Come or Don't Come bet that has already been placed. 'Odds' bets can only be made once the point has been established. The a A great Egyptian version of Craps. Playing Craps can be as simple or as complicated as you choose to make it. There are an extensive array of betting options available but the player only needs to understand a few of them to play the game, have fun and win.

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