The aim of the game is to predict the outcome of the roll of two dice. Craps is actually quite a simple game that moves in different stages. The first stage is the Come Out roll, the first roll of the dice. The second stage is the Point roll. In Craps some bets are resolved after one roll while other bets can last several rolls before they are resolved which makes the game more entertaining.
There is an easy to access interactive tutorial that clearly explains the game and how to play. If the game seems too intimidating, you can choose Easy Mode, which has a reduced user interface with easier to understand bets.
The user interface in both Craps and First Person Craps will guide you in what bets you can place, and even show potential winnings for your bets. You can also place bets by choosing all available bet spots for a specific total of the dice. But there is no loss of excitement! You will constantly be updated on how the other players are playing - and how many of you are rooting for the same number.
The game will be attractive to both experienced and novice players. Playing live Craps is a great opportunity to learn the game in a more controlled environment, and for the experienced player the game offers a less crowded and more relaxed gaming experience.