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Internet Craps is played with six sided dice and the object of the game is to bet on the result of a "roll". There are 36 combinations of how the die can come up.
There are several ways to lay your bets in Internet Craps.
Internet Craps Odds on Pass Line: After the point has been established. you can increase your line bet by taking odds. This bet is placed directly behind the original line bet. Each point pays different odds. If you were to take the odds on a point of 4 or 10, you would get paid 2 to 1 for your bet (bet $1 and get paid $2). If the point were 5 or 9, you would get paid 3 to 2 for your bet (bet $2 and get paid $3). If the point were 6 or 8, you would get paid 6 to 5 for your bet (bet $5 and get paid $6). When you take the Internet Craps odds, you will always get paid more than you bet based on what the odds are of making that Internet Craps point before a 7.
Internet Craps Come Bets: An even money
Internet Craps bet with the same rules as a pass line bet. The only difference between the
two is you make a come bet after the point on the pass line has been determined. After you
make a come bet, the first roll of the dice will establish the Internet Craps come point,
or if a 7 or 11 rolls, it is an automatic winner. Remember 2, 3, or 12 loses on the first
Internet Craps Don't Pass Line: This
bet is the same as the pass line, only in reverse. If the first roll of the dice is a 7 or
11, you lose. If it is a 2 or 3, you win, and if the roll is a 12, it is a push (you
neither win or lose). If the first roll is a point, a 7 must be rolled before that
Internet Craps point is repeated in order to win. If the point is repeated before the 7,
the don't pass line loses. The odds are reversed in the don't pass. This means you lay the
Internet Craps odds to the house. This is because the Internet Craps odds are in your
favor to win.
Internet Craps Place Bets: After a point has been established you can then make a place bet in the following manner. If you feel that before the next 7 is rolled that there will he a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 rolled you may place a bet on any or all of those numbers. Internet Craps Place bets pay different odds depending on the number you place: 4 and 10 pay 9 to 5 (bet $5 and get paid $9), 5 and 9 pay 7 to 5 (bet $5 and get paid $7), 6 and 8 pay 7 to 6 (bet $6 and get paid $7). You have the option to call a Internet Craps place bet off anytime you want to.
Internet Craps Field Bets: This is also an even money bet if after you bet your money in the field the next roll of the dice is a 3, 4, 9, 10 or 11. If the roll is a 2, you get paid double (bet $1 and get paid $2). If you roll a 12, you get paid triple (bet $1 get paid $3). Some cars only pay double on 12. If the roll is a 5, 6, 7, or 8 on the next roll after the Internet Craps field bet is made, you lose. The Internet Craps field bet is good for ONE ROLL ONLY win or lose.
Internet Craps Proposition Bets: The proposition bets are located in the center area of the table. These bets can be made on any roll of the dice. Internet Craps Proposition bets are as follows: ANY Internet Craps 2, 3 or 12 pays 8 for 1. ANY SEVEN if a 7 is rolled you get paid 5 for 1. ELEVEN if 11 rolls you get paid l6 for 1 (some cars 15 for 1). ACE DUECE if a 3 is rolled you get paid the same as ELEVEN, 16 for 1 (some cars 15 for 1). 2 or 12 can also be bet, they pay 31 for 1 (some cars 30 for 1). HARDWAYS are made if 4, 6, 8, or 10 are made with a pair (2-2, 3-3, 4-4, 5-5). The only way you can lose a hardway bet is if the number is rolled any other way than with two matching numbers (a pair) or if a 7 is rolled. 4 and 10 pay 8 For 1, and 6 and 8 pay 10 for 1. All bets are for one roll only except for the HARDWAYS.
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