The craps game rules are the same as those of any other casino gambling game. In a craps game, there are nine players and the player who is eliminated first is called the “call” player. The next person to be eliminated is the “raise” player.
The players take their respective “aces” (or “Queen” if you have nine players) and in turn move to “ten” (or “King” if there are nine players). The first person to get to “tally” has his turn to be called. If the raised player does not raise, he gets to keep the ace.
Each round, everyone else plays. So a player can be eliminated but still leave the board untouched. The result of a hand depends on whether a player raises or does not raise.
For instance, an ace will always come at the beginning of the game and a wild card, a special ace, is played by the player to the left of the dealer and it’s only the dealer’s turn. A “Flop” is when two aces are played and a “Flop” is either a “Check”Raise”. At a “River”, one ace and one wild card remain.
Each player has to play the ace and then the number of aces in succession which should be followed by a check or raise. At a “Check”, the second player takes his ace and makes his moves for the round.
A “Raise” is a trump that is raised by another player after one round has passed. It can be played during the previous round or as soon as the current round is over.
Each player can only have one ace and there can be no more than three aces. If you win with an ace but lose when you raise, then you have to re-raise that hand.
Craps game rules are very simple and easy to understand and the game is exciting. If you are new to craps, this game can really teach you a lot of things and if you are already an expert, it can give you a chance to improve yourself.