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Your chips are stacked by denomination (L1, L5, L25, L100, L500) at the bottom right hand corner of the screen above your Username. Select the amount you would like to wager on a given roll(s) by clicking the left mouse button on the chip of that denomination. This activates that specific chip denomination. Next, place your bet on the Craps table by clicking on a Bet field. To specify a bet that does not equal to an existing chip denomination, simply click on another chip denomination after placing your previous chip on the table. For example, to bet L30, click on the L25 chip and place it on the table then click on the L5 chip and place it on top of the L25 chip. There are many types of bets available in Craps (both regular and supplementary ones after the first roll), all of which are summarized in the following two sections below. Your total bet will be displayed in the LTotal BetL field to the right of your Balance. You have the option of throwing the dice yourself or having the computer throw the dice for you. If you prefer to throw the dice yourself please ensure that the checkbox just below the Done button is selected. Once you have placed your bet(s) on the table, press the Done button. A new game window will appear at the righthand side of the screen. Simply pick up the dice that are sitting in the dice tray by leftclicking on them. To release the dice, simply release the leftmouse button. This shooter window will close automatically once the dice have stopped rolling.
If you prefer not to throw the dice make sure that the checkbox underneath the Done button is deselected. After placing your bets on the table click on the Done button and the dice will be rolled for you. The outcome for the last five rolls is displayed in the top lefthand corner of the screen. Anytime you win or lose money, a message will be displayed in a rectangular window at the top of the game screen. You may close this window by clicking on the x in the
Type Of Bets And Their Payouts
Some bets are available only for the come out roll. A black marker is displayed in the top lefthand corner of the Craps table prior to a come out roll. Some bets are available only after a Point has been established. A Point is established if the come out roll is either 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. The number rolled, is called the Point and the next roll(s) is called the Point roll. Point rolls continue until the shooter rolls a 7 or the Point. Once this happens, the sequence starts again with the next roll as a come out roll.
Type Of Bet
Type Of Bet 
Payout 
Pass Line Bets Also called the Front Line. This is the most popular bet at the Craps table. Available for the come out roll. Once Point is established, original bet may not be removed or altered. Wins if come out roll is 7 or 11. Loses if come out roll is 2, 3 or 12. Point is established if come out roll is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. Following the come out roll player wins if Point is rolled prior to rolling a 7. Player loses if a 7 is rolled prior to rolling the Point. 
1 to 1 
Don't Pass Bets Also called the Back Line. Available for come out roll. Wins if come out roll is 2 or 3. Loses if come out roll is 7, 11. Ties if come out roll is a 12. Point is established if come out roll is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. Following the come out roll player wins if a 7 is rolled prior to rolling the Point. Loses if the Point is rolled prior to rolling a 7. 
1 to 1 
Come Bets Available once the Point has been established. Rules are similar to Pass Line Bet. Once Come Point is established, original bet may not be removed or altered. Wins if shooter rolls a 7 or 11. Loses if shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12. Come Point is established if the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 on a come out roll. The dealer moves the bet from the Come area to the corresponding box for that particular number. Once the Come Point has been established, the player wins if the Come Point is rolled prior to rolling a 7. Player loses if a 7 is rolled prior to rolling the Come Point. 
1 to 1 
Don't Come Bets Available once the Point has been established. Rules are similar to Don't Pass Bets. Wins if shooter rolls a 2 or 3. Loses if shooter rolls a 7, 11. Ties if shooter rolls a 12. Come Point is established if shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. The dealer moves the bet from the Don't Come area to the corresponding box for that particular number. . Once the Come Point has been established, the player wins if a 7 is rolled prior to rolling the Come Point. Loses if the Come Point is rolled prior to rolling a 7. 
1 to 1 
Place Bet To Win Available once the Point has been established. Player bets on a number(s) 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. This becomes the Place Number. Wins if shooter rolls the Place Number prior to rolling a 7. Payoff depends on the Place Number selected. Loses if shooter rolls a 7 prior to rolling the Place Number. 
9 to 5 (on 4 or 10) 7 to 5 (on 5 or 9) 7 to 6 (on 6 or 8) 
Place Bet To Lose Available once the Point has been established. Player bets on a number(s) 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. This becomes the Place Number. Wins if shooter rolls a 7 prior to rolling the Place Number. Payoff depends on the Place Number selected. Loses if shooter rolls the Place Number prior to rolling a 7. 
5 to 11 (on 4 or 10) 5 to 8 (on 5 or 9) 4 to 5 (on 6 or 8) 
Hardway Bets Available once the Point has been established. Player bets on a number(s) 4, 6, 8, 10. Wins if shooter rolls the selected number 'the hard way'. Roll a 4 via a pair of 2's, roll a 6 via a pair of 3's, roll an 8 via a pair of 4's, roll a 10 via a pair of 5's. Payoff depends on the number selected. Loses if the shooter rolls a 7 or rolls the number the easy way. For example, roll a 4 via a 3 and 1, roll a 6 via a 4 and 2 or 5 and 1, roll an 8 via a 5 and 3 or 6 and 2, roll a 10 via a 6 and 4. 
7 to 1 (on 4 the hard way) (on 10 the hard way) 9 to 1 (on 6 the hard way) (on 8 the hard way) 
One Roll Bets Player bets on a number(s) 2, 3, 11, 12. Wins if shooter rolls the selected number. Loses if the shooter does not roll the selected number. Payoff depends on the number selected. 
30 to 1 (on 2 or 12) 15 to 1 (on 3 or 11) 
Field Player bets that any one of a group of numbers (2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12) will be rolled on the next roll. Payoff depends on the number rolled. Loses if the shooter rolls a 5 or 6 or 7 or 8 or 9. Bet remains on the table if following a win however the player may remove it from the table at any time. 
1 to 1 (on 3, 4, 9, 10, 11) 2 to 1 (on 2, 12) 
Any Craps Player bets on the outcome of the next roll. Wins if the shooter rolls a 2 or 3 or 12. Loses if the shooter rolls any other number. 
7 to 1 
Any 7 Player bets on the outcome of the next roll. Wins if the shooter rolls a 7. Loses if the shooter rolls any other number. 
4 to 1 
Horn This is a four way bet. Place one or more chips on each of 2, 3, 11, 12. Wins if shooter rolls a 2, 3, 11 or 12. Loses if the shooter rolls any other number. Payoff depends on the number rolled. 
30 to 1 (on 2 or 12) 15 to 1 (on 3 or 11) 
Eleven or Craps (E  C) Player bets on the outcome of the next roll. Wins if the shooter rolls a 2 or 3 or 11 or 12. Loses if the shooter rolls any other number. Payoff depends on the number rolled. 
7 to 2 (on 2 or 3 or 12) 15 to 2 (on 11) 
Big 6 You may place the bet at any time however it becomes active once the point has been established. Wins if shooter rolls any 6. Loses if shooter rolls a 7 prior to rolling a 6. Bet remains on the table following a win however the player may remove it from the table at any time. Bet is removed from the table following a loss. 
7 to 6 
Big 8 You may place the bet at any time however it becomes active once the point has been established. Wins if shooter rolls any 8 loses if shooter rolls a 7 prior to rolling an 8. Bet remains on the table following a win however the player may remove it from the table at any time. Bet is removed from the table following a loss. 
7 to 6 
Supplementary Bets And Their Payouts
Type Of Bet 
Payout 
After Don't Pass Bet If a player makes a Don't Pass Bet and a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is thrown on the come out roll, the player has the right to make a supplementary wager in support of the Don't Pass Bet in an amount not more then double the amount of the original Don't Pass Bet. Wins if Don't Pass Bet wins. Payoff depends on the value of the come out point. Loses if the Don't Pass Bet loses. 
1 to 2 (on 4 or 10) 2 to 3 (on 5 or 9) 5 to 6 (on 6 or 8) 
After Pass Line Bet If a player makes a Pass Line Bet and a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is thrown on the come out roll, the player has the right to make a supplementary wager in support of the Pass Line Bet in an amount not more then double the amount of the original Pass Line Bet. Wins if the Pass Line Bet wins. Payoff depends on the value of the come out point. Loses if the Pass Line Bet loses. 
2 to 1 (on 4 or 10) 3 to 2 (on 5 or 9) 6 to 5 (on 6 or 8) 
After Come Bet If a player makes a Come Bet and a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is thrown on the roll immediately following the placing of such a bet, the player has the right to make a supplementary wager in support of the Come Bet in an amount not more then double the amount of the original Come Bet. Wins if the Come Bet wins. Payoff depends on the value of the come out point. Loses if the Come Bet loses. 
2 to 1 (on 4 or 10) 3 to 2 (on 5 or 9) 6 to 5 (on 6 or 8) 
After Don't Come Bet If a player makes a Don't Come Bet and a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is thrown on the roll immediately following the placing of such a bet, the player has the right to make a supplementary wager in support of the Don't Come Bet in an amount not more then double the amount of the original Don't Come Bet. Wins if the Don't Come Bet wins. Payoff depends on the value of the come out point. Loses if the Don't Come Bet loses. 

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