If you want to play some craps at the online casino, then this is the page for you. We want to welcome you to the craps rules page at the USA Online Casino.
The game of craps is actually rather simple. Each of the online casino players around the table gets a turn rolling the dice. The player's turn alternates in a clockwise order around the craps table. Players who do not wish to roll the dice can wager on the shooter (the person who rolls the dice) instead. Each game of craps starts with a "Come Out" roll, which is a term used to indicate the 1st roll of the dice within a betting round.
A "Come Out" roll can only take place after a player doesn't succeed in making a winning roll, which leads to a new game where the next player in turn gets to throw the dice. If the new player is successful rolling the dice, then he gets to roll it again, thus starting a new betting round. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, he wins and the betting round comes to an end. In case the shooter rolls a craps (i.e. 2, 3, or 12), he loses, thereby ending the betting round. If the shooter rolls any other number it's other than the abovementioned (i.e. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10.) it's regarded as making a Point.
The object of the come-out roll is to set a point, which will be marked on the craps table. From this stage on, in order to win the shooter must roll the number that was set as the point, before rolling a 7 (Out 7). If the shooter manages to do that than he and everyone that betted on him win, marking the end of yet another betting round. Unless the shooter manages to roll an Out 7 or a Point, the betting round continues.