Craps is a very exiting game to play at the casino, but it can also be a little confusing.
There are various types of wagers you can make when playing craps. With some you can win or lose after one roll of the dice, with others it would take a series of rolls to determine whether you have won or lost. Knowing how to tell all the different types of bets apart is a vital aspect to playing the game at the online casino.
In this section we intend to do over some of the basic rules to the game of craps.
In addition, we'll also review some of the most common strategies used, and even provide you with tips for improving your game at the online casino. First, let's start by finding out where the game originated from. One of the most popular casino games to date, craps is also one of the oldest. Experts believe that the game of craps had originated from a game called "azzahr".
Some believe that the game has Arabic roots, and that sometimes during the 18th century it had made its way to France where it was named "hasard", and then migrated to England where it became know as "hazard". Eventually, France embraced the English spelling and brought it with them to a French settlement in Canada called Acadia.
When England seized control over Acadia, the French fled to New Orleans where the game evolved during the years. Aside from the rules, the name of the game also changed from "hazard" to "crabs" until it untimely became known as craps.
The craps table you can find at the USA Online Casino is covered with markings that indicate where to place all the different kinds of bets. The area in the middle is reserved for placing "One Roll" and "Hardways" bets. The edges of the table are meant for placing Field, Place, Come, Pass Line, and all the other types of bets. Both ends of the table look exactly the same since players can be positioned on each side. The player who rolls the dice is referred to as the shooter. In turn, every player around the table gets to roll the dice (turning clockwise).