Online Craps
 

Sign Up & Play Online Craps Games

Online Craps may look like a complicated game at first glance – and it’s certainly one of the hardest online casino games to get to grips with – but in truth, all craps games enjoy the same layout and basic rules, so once you take the time to learn your different rolls and bets, you can enjoy a game whenever and wherever it suits you. Unlike bricks and mortar casinos, our online casino is not restricted in terms of space or dealers, so you can always get a game; whether you like to play during the day or at night, on your laptop or mobile device, there’s an online Craps game available.

Other advantages to playing Craps online include access to 300+ other casino games, the chance to play free games or for real money, multiple ways to deposit or cash out so you’re always in control of your bankroll, and 24 hour support from a dedicated customer care team that is knowledgeable and friendly. And if you need even more reasons to play online Craps, how about this: we offer a range of special bonuses for both new and returning players, such as our exclusive 100% Welcome Bonus up to $/£/€3,200 for all new players!

How to Play: Craps Basics

The craps table is made up several components that you need to familiarise yourself with to be able to play. Firstly, there is a puck; a small disc that displays as either ON or OFF. This disc indicates the status of the game, and is how you tell whether a betting round is about to start or is already in play. When the puck shows as OFF the betting round is starting and the roll that follows is the Come Out roll, and if the puck shows as ON, it will sit above a number on the table and this shows that an online Craps betting round is already in progress.

Craps is played with two dice, which are rolled by a shooter in a bricks and mortar casino, and randomly generated by our software when you play online. The dice are rolled and the points total determines the outcome of any bets that can be completed by that total. Some bets are single rolls and are decided in one roll of the dice, while others are multi-roll and may need several dice totals before their outcome is decided.

All bets that you can make are clearly marked on the table, so use these as a guide when making your choices. To make your bet, place a chip on the area of the table that corresponds with your preference. Online craps tables differ to actual tables slightly in that they do not need to physically fit people around the edges, so it’s only half the size – perfect for your laptop, phone, or tablet screen! You can place multiple bets to increase your spread, but make sure you know your odds so you can make sure your chances of winning have improved.

How to Play: the Come Out Roll

The only bets that you can bet on the Come Out roll when the puck is OFF are the Pass Line and Don’t Pass Line bets. They cannot be placed at the same time as they play against each other and therefore, cancel each other out. If a 7 or 11 are rolled on the Come Out roll then the Pass Line bet is a winner and the Don’t Pass bet loses. If the dice roll shows a 2 or 3 total, the Pass Line bet loses and the Don’t Pass bet is an instant winner. A total of 12 would also make the Pass Line lose, but if you placed a Don’t Pass bet, this is considered a draw and so our software would automatically return your stake to your bankroll. If any other number is rolled than those mentioned above during the Come Out Roll, then a point is established and the puck switches to ON and sits above the Point.