Craps Gambling and Winning
Information about Gambling and Winning
Once a craps points is gained, the 'shooter' continues throwing their two dice in an attempt to repeat the original score achieved during their 'come out' roll at the beginning of the game.
In the event that the original score is repeated before a 7 is thrown, a craps point is scored, with bets on the pass line winning.
However, when a 7 has been thrown before a point has been achieved, this is known as a losing score and all bets placed on the 'don't pass line' win in this situation.
Gambling and Winning: Craps Natural Scores
When a craps natural score has been thrown on the 'come out' roll, totalling either 7 or 11, all betting chips that have been placed on the 'pass line' win.
In the event that a 'craps' score is thrown, totalling either 2, 3, or 12, all betting chips that have been placed on the 'don't pass line' win in this situation.