Craps Rules

As with all online casinos, the rules in craps are pretty much the same on nearly every site you play on; but not knowing what each part of the table does in the first place can make the game rather confusing. Therefore, below you will find a simple guide to finding your way round the craps table.

Box man: is the craps table supervisor who sits between the one stickman and directly behind the thousands of dollars worth of chips that the casino keeps on hand at each craps table.

Dealers: the two dealers at the Craps table are responsible for all the bets made on his half of the table. Whenever you want to make free odds, place, or lay bet in a casino, you should give the money to the dealer at your end of the table and he will make the bet for you.

Floor men: are the supervisors who are responsible for the games in the casino and the employees running them. Floor men spend their time behind the tables watching over the games.

Marker Puck: is the plastic disk, which the dealers use to mark the "Point" on the Craps table. When the puck is turned so that the side inscribed with 'off' is face up, then all free odds bets have no action on the following roll of the dice.

Pit: is the area enclosed by all of the craps tables in a casino. Floor men walk around in the pit and keep an eye on the craps games in progress and the casino employees.

Stickman: is the casino employee who calls out the dice rolls and returns the dice to the shooter. The stickman also is responsible for the placing and paying the proposition bets.

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