Craps rules are extremely simple. They must throw a pair of dice and count the points made in each roll. The player must repeat those points before a 7 is rolled. It may seem like a casino game hard to understand at first like free roulette, but after playing it only for one time is just enough to know their rules in depth.
To establish a valid point in the game, the craps dice must total 4,5,6,8,9 or 10. This first throw is called the opening point or the opening shoot. When the player establish the valid point, it begins to
roll the dice trying to repeat that point.
When the player rolls the dice get a total of 2, 3 or 12 in his opening shoot, this is considered craps. If the total points of the dice are 7 or 11 this is called Natural. The rounds concluded for a craps player when he obtains any of the above numbers mentioned.
The craps round continues until the player obtains a 7. With 4,5,6,8,9 or 10, the casino player continues rolling the dice trying to repeat the Opening Shoot. When you get a 7 or when you get the chosen Point the round ends.