Pass Line Bet
With a Pass Line Bet, you win with a 7 or 11 and lose on a 2, 3 or 12. You play again until the point is rolled on the come-out. A come-out roll of 2, 3 or 12 loses, but 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 becomes your point. You keep playing until you either repeat your point or roll a seven as you learn craps.
Don’t Pass Line Bets
Don’t Pass Line Bets, in online casino craps, are those you bet against the dice. The come-out roll is repeated unless a 2 or 3 is rolled. In that case you win if the point has not been established and lose if the point has been established. If the point has been established and a 7 is rolled, then you lose your first don’t pass line bet. However, if the point has not been established and a 7 is rolled then it becomes the new point.
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A come-out roll, also called a pass line bet, is the first roll of the dice on the craps table. To make this type of bet, you must place your chips on the Pass Line between the Don’t Pass Line and No Bet spaces on the craps table layout. If you win on a Come Out Roll in craps, your wager will be paid out at even money. If you lose, then you need to make another Come Out Roll bet or pass until you win.
Come bets can be made as long as your next roll is not a 7 or 11. The come bet cannot be removed. If you win, you’ll receive even money on the bet amounts shown at the table. You lose if you roll a 2, 3, or 12. If you roll any other number, the number becomes your new Come Point and the Come Bet is moved to the corresponding Come Box. When this point is rolled again before a 7, you win even money on these bets. A come bet may not be removed from the Come Box or altered in any way.
Don’t come bet
The don’t come bet is a common method of playing craps. Don’t come bets are placed in the middle of the layout, just above the pass line, and are paid as even money if 2 or 3 is rolled, but lose if 7 or 11 is rolled. It is also possible to make don’t come bets before a shooter has established a point (unless on come out roll), where that bet is made in a box between the place numbers and pays one-to-one for the appropriate odds. A don’t come bet may only be removed at the player’s discretion by bringing it back onto the pass line or putting it into another area of the layout not occupied by any other wagers.