The craps strategy may seem complicated, but it is not. Taking his time studying in the Crap bets and learn which ones offer the best odds.
Craps is played with dice in specific tables for this game.
Craps tables are areas where players can leave their betting chips.
The players take the turns as the shots as the shooter hits.
All game players bet against the house.

In Craps, a shooter rolls a pair of dice to establish a Point and betting revolves around the possibility that the shooter can repeat the Point before rolling a 7.
There are two stages in this power game of craps.
The first stage is called the come out roll, in which players place a bet on the pass line.
After making bets on the pass line of the table, the shooter rolls the die, which should hit the bottom of the table and bounce before falling in the final position.
Note that the die should be collected with one hand.

The series of shots to establish and repeat the point is called a round.
Each round begins with what is called the Come Out roll. This shot is trying to establish the point.
A pair of dice can make totals ranging from 2-12, but only totals of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 are considered to be the point. Totals of 2 (the eyes of the serpent or snake eyes), 3 cross crossed eyes or eyes and 12 box cars are called craps, while a total of 7 or 11 is called Natural.
If during the come out roll is a roll of the round Natural Craps or automatically reaches its conclusion.

However, if the outcome of the roll is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 point is automatically set and the round is open.

Once the point, the game goes into what is called a mid-game or midgame which is the part of the round and the shooter continues rolling the dice until the point again or lanze July 1 both of which will end the round.
If the shooter rolls a 7 before the Point, this is called Seven Out and therefore lost, leaving the dice to the next player for the start of a new round.
But, if the shooter hits the Point can choose whether to continue throwing the dice or pass to someone else.

If a shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12 on the come out roll Craps Out, also lost, leaving the dice to the next player.

Rolling a natural 7 or 11 on Come Out allows the shooter to repeat the come out roll.
The best way to start playing Craps is betting on the Pass Line on the come out roll.
A 7 or 11 on Come Out make it an immediate winner, this bet pays 1 a1. Setting a point, and this is repeated before a 7, the bet on the Pass Line pays 1a1.