Vegas Craps is a game of chance and is played on a large sunken table with a pair of dice that are thrown by the Shooter.
The objective of Vegas Craps is for the Shooter to do the following:
Establish a point on the Come Out roll.
Make a point by rolling the same number again, before rolling a Seven.
Four, Five, Six, Eight, Nine, or Ten are the only numbers that can be a point.
This is when the Shooter rolls two Sixes.
This is any roll before a point is established. It is an attempt to win a Pass Line bet by rolling a Seven or Eleven. Pass Line bets lose if the come-out roll isa Two, Three or Twelve. After rolling a Two, Three, Seven, Eleven or Twelve the Shooter comes out again. If any other number is rolled, a Point is established.
This is when the Shooter rolls a Two, Three or Twelve on the come-out roll.
Establish a Point.
This is when you roll a Point on the come-out roll.
Making a Point.
This is when the Shooter re-rolls the Point, once it has been established. Once a Point is established, re-rolling the Point wins, a Seven loses, and any other number does not affect the Pass Line bet.
The Shooter rolls until he makes the Point, or rolls a Seven.
This is a number, Four, Five, Six, Eight, Nine or Ten that the Shooter is trying to roll to win the Pass Line bet.
The Player that rolls the dice.
This is when the Shooter rolls a Two.