Last year, Evolution Gaming added live craps to its library of live casino games. Craps is a fun and exciting casino classic that every player should master, and you can join in on the action right here at Boom Casino. Learn how to get started in our beginner’s guide!

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Craps is an American dice game that is played in casinos all over the world, and especially in Las Vegas. Although the game can seem complicated at first, the objective is simple: to predict the outcome of one or multiple dice rolls. Players can place their chips on a wide range of bets, and the payouts are determined by the odds. Evolution Gaming’s live craps has all the features of a real craps table, and the “shooter” has been replaced by a custom-built robotic arm that throws the dice.

Since craps can seem a bit overwhelming for first-time players, Evolution introduced an easy-to-play user interface and several helpful features. For example, the game has a built-in tutorial that allows you to click around and learn about the various outcomes before you place your first bet. Additionally, you can click on a button to activate Easy Mode, which caters to newer players. If you are new to the game, we highly recommend taking a look at the tutorial before you play.

Types of bets in craps

The objective of craps is to predict the outcome of one or several dice rolls. Craps is played in two phases: the Come Out roll phase and the Point roll phase. The game begins with a Come Out roll where you can play on the Pass Line or Don’t Pass bets. The Pass Line bet wins if the sum of the dice is 7 or 11, and the Don’t Pass bet wins if the sum is 2 or 3. All other numbers establish a “point”, which keeps your bet on the table until a 7 or the point number is rolled.

There are two types of bets in craps: multi-roll bets and one roll bets. In short, multi-roll bets may not be settled on the first roll and stay on the table until a 7 or the established point number is rolled. One roll bets can be placed at any time during the game. Examples of one roll bets are the Field, Seven and Craps bets, where you bet on exact numbers. One roll bets are a fun and easy way to get into craps in the beginning. Remember, you can read more about each bet in the built-in game tutorial.