The game of craps has a long history spanning more than a few cultures with roots from the Arab world and old Roman times. The version of
the game we play today though comes from the English game Hazard which was a hit with taverns in the 17th century.
The game may have a lot of confusing lingo but is easy to understand once you know the basic bests like pass and don’t pass and what
numbers on the dice get you a win or loss. Betting starts with a dice roll on the come out roll which the shooter wins with a 7 or 11 and loses with a 2, 3 or 12 any other value takes you to the point round. Every player on the table can bet on one player’s turn to shoot. The dice go round in this fashion as each player chooses whether to roll the dice or not.
Once you have all the bets mastered you can play the game with mastery and improved strategy. However, a beginner is safe going with the
pass bet which is easy enough to play.