Dice Craps Rules
Dice Craps Rules is often ignored or misunderstood by those who are inexperienced in this variant of betting games. Here we will look at the basic etiquette in regard to this type of gambling.
Craps is a form of gambling where the players, placed face down on a table with a number of numbered dice at each end, face up and playing with coins or chips. One player takes the role of the dealer (or Gambler) and deals with the dice in a sequence from each numbered die, or set of dice, to the opposite side of the table, all the while passing the dealer’s cards face down in a similar manner. This is known as “passing the dice” in craps.
The player’s turn to roll the dice is called their “Dice Roll.” During the player’s Dice Roll, the dealer then deals the cards that represent the next group of “Players’ Cards,” including all the “Cards Out” cards which are the card faces to the right of the dealer’s leftmost group of face up cards.
Once the player’s dice rolls are complete and there are no more cards to be dealt, the dealer immediately hands over all face up cards to the player at the opposite end of the table. At this point the player now “Spins the Dice,” and again passes the player’s cards face down.
Then, after all the cards have been dealt, the next group of cards begins to be dealt according to the designated number of players playing, the same as in regular casino poker or blackjack, then a player who “Thinks he has a Better Deal” in order to win, and takes it, and the remaining group of cards are flipped, and those players who did not win get to flip another set of cards. Then, these players in turn must deal one more set of cards before the last group of cards is dealt.
Finally, the last group of cards are dealt, and everyone then makes their “Thinking” decision whether or not to keep the deal or call it “Day One.” This is when the count begins, and players move their cards around until the “Thinking” player finishes his “deal” and the dice have landed on a “Dealer” die that is either “Dealer” 1 or “Dealer 2” and then they are both moved face down to the middle of the table, and all are dealt one more card.
All the players are now moved face down to the final group, which is the same as the group before, and once the final group is dealt, the dice start rolling. And the game is all for the best!
In the Dice Craps Rules, the Gambler does not always have control over which die is designated as the “Dealer” die, but the responsibility falls upon the other players to choose which die is designated as the “Dealer” die and then face it down. And as long as the Gamblers have not rolled another dealer’s card, and the dealer still has cards to deal, there is a fair betting system that provides great fun and excitement.