Both live casino and online craps have mostly the same rules, but you can find here and there casinos coming with their rules that are specific to the house requirements. This is nothing to worry about because each casino house be it online or offline will make these rules clear to anyone who wants to gamble in offline and online craps game. As it happens to any type of game, rules can be easily understood so long as they are explained. Better yet, you can have a solid understanding even reaching to practicing more while learning the rules prior to joining any casino house for that matter. Here they are, online craps rules and live craps rules explained
The following rules are meant to be the basic ones and every craps player should be aware of them:
1. It is important to know what limit the table has. At this point you learn that most of these casino houses will come with their different table limits, this depends a lot on how much you are willing to spend on the specific bet. There are tables starting with chips valuing $1, $5, and reaching $25, but the most preferred chips by both online craps players and the ones playing in live casinos are those of $5.
This is an amount that is not high and small enough to allow you losing into decent limits. However you need to think fast before placing the bet in the amount that you prefer because players won’t wait for you to make up your mind. And there is also the dealer’s voice at the live craps table saying ‘No more bets’ and by that moment you are supposed to place already your bet.
2. With the live casino table there is the actual throwing of the dice which in this case, they must hit the back end of table because in this way the shooter cannot imprint a move that can dictate the dice to fall in a specific position.
3. Pass Line and Don’t Pass Line are the betting types that increase your chances of winning. The same happens to Come or Don’t Come bets which are similar in conception with the formers. You are allowed to bet and this process takes place in a simple manner; you just place the chips on the board where you need to place your bet. It is important to know that these bets are always placed before the dice are rolled.
4. The turn of the shooter ends whenever they do not roll the established point before dice score seven. At this point they are said to ‘crap out’ or ‘sevens out’ and their dice roll turn is over.
5. Once the shooter ends their turn they need to pass the dice to the player on their left and it goes on like this around the table in the clockwise manner.
Take note of the rules from above, many of them being followed mostly with the offline craps game. But with betting and rolling process the rules go the same for the online craps players as well.