We offer authentic Craps Table Rentals with the following features:
- Made of beautiful oak
- Carved inset wooden chip tray
- Drink rail with convenient cup holders
- Comfortable padded armrest
Craps is a fast, loud game that can be intimidating to new players but is actually not hard to learn. In Craps, players take turns rolling two dice to get a number 2 through 12. The player who rolls the dice is called the “shooter.”
While acting as the shooter, a player must have a bet on the “Pass” line or the “Don’t Pass” line. “Pass” and “Don’t Pass” bets are betting on the outcome of a round.
Each round has two phases: “come-out” and “point”. To start a round, the shooter makes one or more “come-out” rolls. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 (called a “natural”), your Pass line bet wins. If the shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12, your Pass line bet loses (called “craps” or “crapping out.” If the shooter rolls any other number, this establishes the “point” – to “Pass.”
The dealer then flips a button to the “On” side and moves it to the point number signifying the second phase of the round. The shooter must roll the point number again before a seven is rolled. If that happens, you win even money for your Pass line bet. If a seven is rolled before the point number is rolled again, you lose (“seven-out”). The dice pass clockwise to the next new shooter for the next round.
In all the above scenarios, whenever the Pass line wins, the Don’t Pass line loses, and vice versa, with one exception: on the come-out roll, a roll of 12 will cause Pass Line bets to lose, but Don’t Pass bets are pushed (or “barred”), neither winning nor losing.