The Rules of Craps Games
Craps is a well-known dice game where the players collectively make wagers on the result of a sequence of dice rolls, or successive rolls. Players can bet money against each other, or a bank. “Speedball” is another version of craps which can also be played at a single table with two players. Since it usually takes little equipment to play, “speedball” can also be played easily in informal settings.
One of the most popular versions of craps involves the “pass line”. In this version, each player has a sheet of paper, which contains a number and a letter. The number indicates the luck of the dice and the letter represents the next number in the sequence. Each player must guess the next number that will be rolled and must call that number before anyone else has called that number. Thus, the first person to call a number wins the game.
In traditional craps, bets are made based on the final outcome of the dice game. In speedball, bets are made according to the initial outcome of the dice game. In either version of craps, the initial outcome is called the “pass”. This means that you lose if your bet is the first to be rolled and you win if it is the last roll.
The craps rules can change significantly according to the specific version of craps you are playing. Some of these rules will be the same regardless of what version of craps you are playing. These include the minimum and maximum bets you can make, any types of bets that you can make, and when you need to restock your betting funds. For example, in speedball, you may only restock your betting funds when you reach or surpass twenty-five points.
Traditional craps rules usually state that if you make the first roll with a regular bet, then you have to pick up the second roll or else you will lose the game. This rule may change depending on which version of craps you are playing. In speedball, however, if you make the first roll and then choose to stop, you will still lose the game. If, however, you decide to make more than one roll, but then stop, you will not have to pick up another roll. This is an important point in that making more than one role in a set period of time will almost always cost you money.
All versions of craps games have their own special time frame for when they will end the game for all players. All you need to know about these different time frames is the type of craps game you are playing. If you are playing roulette, for example, then the end of the game will usually be at the same time as the beginning of the next game, and if you are playing the traditional casino games of blackjack and craps, then the game ends after one minute and a half, two minutes, three minutes, and so on.