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Craps
The first roll in a Craps round is called the come out roll. If the dice total is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 than the point is established. On the other hand a total of 2, 3, 7, 11, or 12 on the come out roll immediately ends the round. When the point has been established, an "ON" puck will be placed on the point. After the point is rolled the dice will be rolled continuously until the same point is rolled again or a 7. 

Pass Line Bets 

The pass line bet is placed on the pass line before the come out roll. If you roll a 7 or 11, you win and the round is done. If you roll a 2, 3, or 12, it is craps and you lose. Any other number (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10) becomes the point. You win the pass line bet if the point is rolled before a 7. You lose the pass line bet, if a 7 is rolled before the point. A winning pass line bet pays even money (1 to 1). 

Don't Pass Line Bets 

A don't pass line bet is the opposite of a pass line bet, and is placed on the craps table in the "Don't Pass Bar" before the come out roll. In a don't pass line bet, you are betting that the shooter will roll 7 before rolling the point. You win on the come out roll if you roll craps (2 or 3), and on any other roll if it is 7. If the come out roll is 12, a don't pass line bet is returned to the player in a push. You lose on the come out roll if it is either 7 or 11, and on any other roll if it is the point. A winning don't pass line bet pays even money (1 to 1). 

Come Bets 

To place a come bet, put your chips in the box labeled Come. You win even money if the next roll is either a 7 or 11. You lose if the next roll is craps (2, 3, or 12). If the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, then that number becomes the come point, and the come bet is moved from the "COME" bar to the box corresponding to the come point. If the shooter rolls the come point again before rolling a 7, you win the bet. If a 7 is rolled first, you lose the bet. The come bet pays even money (1 to 1). 

Don't Come Bets 

A don't come bet is the opposite of a come bet. It is placed after the come out roll in the "Don't Come Bar" on the craps table. If the shooter rolls a 3 or 2, the don't come bet wins. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, the don't come bet loses. If the shooter rolls a 12, the bet will be returned to the player in a push. 

If the roll is a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, that number becomes the "don't come point," and the don't come bet is moved from the "Don't Come Bar" to the bar in the upper left corner of the box corresponding to the don't come point. Once the don't come point is established, don't come bets win even money (1 to 1) if a 7 is rolled, and lose if the don't come point is rolled. 

Odds Bets 

An odds bet is a backup bet on a pass, don't pass, come, and don't come bet. Your maximum bet is three times your original bet. 

Pass odds and come odds pay 2 to 1 on a roll of 4 or 10, 3 to 2 on a roll of 5 and 9, and 6 to 5 on a roll of 6 and 8. Don't pass odds pay 1 to 2 on a roll of 4 or 10, 2 to 3 on a roll of 5 and 9, 5 to 6 on a roll of 6 and 8. 

Unlike original pass, don't pass, come, don't come bets, and unresolved odds bets can be removed from the table during play. 

Pass Line Odds Bets 

Place a pass line odds bet by clicking on the craps table outside of the "PASS LINE" bar, under your original pass line bet. A winning pass line odds bet pays true odds: 2 to 1 on a roll of 4 or 10, 3 to 2 on a roll of 5 or 9, and 6 to 5 on a roll of 6 or 8. 

Don't Pass Line Odds Bets 

Place a don't pass line odds bet by clicking on the right side of your original bet in the "Don't Pass Bar", exactly on the 6x6 dice image. A winning don't pass line odds bet pays true odds: 1 to 2 on a roll of 4 or 10, 2 to 3 on a roll of 5 or 9, and 5 to 6 on a roll of 6 or 8. 

Come and Don't Come Odds Bets 

Come and don't come odds bets are placed beneath the Come and Don't come bets, after they have been moved to the point's box. 

A winning come bet odds pays: 2 to 1 on a roll of 4 or 10, 3 to 2 on a roll of 5 or 9, and 6 to 5 on a roll of 6 or 8. 

A winning don't come bet odds pays: 1 to 2 on a roll of 4 or 10, 2 to 3 on a roll of 5 or 9, and 5 to 6 on a roll of 6 or 8. 

Field Bets 

A field bet bets that the next roll of the dice will be a 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, or 12. To place a field bet, place your chips in the Field bar. If the shooter rolls a 2 or 12, you get paid double your initial bet (2 to 1). If a 3, 4, 9, 10, or 11 comes up, you get paid even money (1 to 1). You lose the bet if a 5, 6, 7, or 8 is rolled. 

Big 6 and Big 8 Bets 

Place your chips in the box marked Big 6 or Big 8. If the number you select is rolled before a 7, you win even money (1 to 1). 

Place Win Bets 

Place bets are made on: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. Place your chips in the box underneath these numbers. You are allowed to make place bets at any time. You win if the shooter rolls your number before a seven. The payouts depend on the number you bet on: 







Place Lose Bets 

Place Lose bets are just like Place Win bets, except you are paid if the shooter rolls a seven before the number you bet on. The payouts depend on the number you bet on: 







Buy Bets 

A buy bet is the same as a place bet with the exception being the payout. To distinguish the buy bet from a come bet, the buy bet is labeled with a "BUY" marker When winning a Buy bet, a 5% commission (vigorish) is charged. Your winnings are paid at true odds: 6 to 5 on numbers 6 and 8, 3 to 2 on numbers 5 and 9, and 2 to 1 on numbers 4 and 10. 

Lay Bets 

A lay bet is the opposite of a buy bet. A lay bet is labeled with a "LAY" marker. It bets that a 7 will be rolled before a 4, 6, 8, 9, or 10. It is a bet against the dice, which means you win if a 7 is rolled before the number you selected. When winning the Lay bet, a 5% commission (vigorish) is charged. Lay bet winnings are paid at true odds: 5 to 6 on numbers 6 and 8, 2 to 3 on numbers 5 and 9, and 1 to 2 on numbers 4 and 10. 

Any 7 Bets 

Place your chips in the area "Seven". You win this bet if a 7 is rolled on the next toss of the dice. 

This bet pays 4 to 1. 

Any 11 Bets 

Place your chips in the box with the two dice that add up to 11. You win this bet if an 11 is rolled in the next toss of the dice. If 11 is rolled, you win 15 times your bet. 

Any Craps Bets 

In any craps bet, you win if one of the craps numbers (2, 3, or 12) is rolled in the next toss of the dice. The any craps bet is placed in the "Any Craps" box. This bet pays 7 to 1. 

C & E Bets 

The letters C and E represent two different bets: 

C bet: This is the same as placing a bet on the "Any Craps" betting area. Click on the letter C to place your chips in the "Any Craps" betting area. 

E bet: This is the same as placing a bet on the Any 11 bet. Click on the letter E to place your chips in the "Any 11" betting area. 

Horn Bets 

Place your chips in the box where the two dice add up to 2, 3, 11, or 12. The horn bet wins if the shooter rolls a 2, 3, 11 or 12 on the next toss of the dice. A winning horn bet pays 15 to 1 on the numbers 3 and 11 and 30 to 1 on numbers 2 and 12. 

Hardway Bets 

A Hardway bet bets that the shooter will roll a 4, 6, 8, or 10 as doubles (2+2, 3+3, 4+4, or 5+5) before rolling a 7. The Hardway bet is placed in the box on the craps table that contains the two dice that correspond to the number the doubles. Rolling a number by doubles is said to be rolling the number "the hard way." An example is rolling a 4 with a 2 and a 2. An example of an easy way is rolling a 4 with a 3 and a 1. A winning Hardway bet pays 7 to 1 on numbers 4 and 10 and 9 to 1 on numbers 6 and 8. 
European Roulette
There are many different ways to place roulette bets in European Roulette. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution. The payouts for all bets are listed in the "Winnings Table" below. 

Straight Up 

You can bet on any number, including 0, by placing the chip on the center of a number. The maximum bets for this wager is indicated on the Roulette table (see the Max sign). 

Split Bet 

You can bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by two. 

Street Bet 

To bet on a row of three numbers (a street), place a chip on the boundary line of the roulette table, at the end of the corresponding row. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by three. 

Corner Bet 

You can bet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by four. 

Four Bet 

You can bet on the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3 by placing your chip on the boundary line, where the line between 0 and the first row intersects it. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by four. 

Line Bet 

You can bet on two street bets (i.e., the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing your chip on the boundary line of the roulette table where the line dividing the two rows intersects it. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by six. 

Column Bet 

There are three boxes labelled "2 to 1" at the bottom of each column of numbers. You can place bets for all numbers in a column by placing chip(s) in one of these boxes. If any of the numbers in the selected column is hit you get paid 2:1; 0 is a losing number. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by ten. 

Dozen Bet 

You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12." If one of your 12 numbers is hit, you are paid 2:1; 0 is a losing number. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by ten. 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bets 

You can place a bet in one of the boxes along the long side of the table that covers half of the numbers on the roulette table (excluding 0). Each box covers 18 numbers. You win even money (1 to 1) on all of these bets; 0 is a losing number. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by 20. 

Minimum table bet 

There is a minimum table bet, meaning that all your bets added together must bet at least of the value indicated on the table (see the Min sign). 

Winning Number Display 

The winning number display shows the results of the previous 13 spins. 
American Roulette
There are many different ways to place roulette bets in American Roulette. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution. The payouts for all bets are listed in the "Winnings Table" below. We offer doublezero roulette  with 0 and 00  for more betting options. 

Straight Up 

You can bet on any number, including 0 or 00, by placing the chip on the center of a number. The maximum bets for this wager is indicated on the Roulette table (see the Max sign). 

Split Bet 

You can bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by two. 

Street Bet 

To bet on a row of three numbers (a street), place a chip on the boundary line of the roulette table, at the end of the corresponding row. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by three. 

Corner Bet 

You can bet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by four. 

Five Bet 

You can bet on the numbers 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3 by placing your chip on the boundary line, where the line between 0 and the first row intersects it. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by five. 

Line Bet 

You can bet on two street bets (i.e., the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing your chip on the boundary line of the roulette table where the line dividing the two rows intersects it. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by six. 

Column Bet 

There are three boxes labelled "2 to 1" at the bottom of each column of numbers. You can place bets for all numbers in a column by placing chip(s) in one of these boxes. If any of the numbers in the selected column is hit you get paid 2:1; 0 and 00 are losing numbers. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by ten. 

Dozen Bet 

You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12." If one of your 12 numbers is hit, you are paid 2:1; 0 is a losing number. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by ten. 

Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bets 

You can place a bet in one of the boxes along the long side of the table that covers half of the numbers on the roulette table (excluding 0). Each box covers 18 numbers. You win even money (1 to 1) on all of these bets; 0 and 00 are losing numbers. The maximum bet for this wager is the one for Straight Up bet, multiplied by 20. 

Minimum table bet 

There is a minimum table bet, meaning that all your bets added together must bet at least of the value indicated on the table (see the Min sign). 

Winning Number Display 

The winning number display shows the results of the previous 13 spins. 
Sic Bo
Sic Bo is a Chinese word for “dice pair”. The game itself originates in ancient China. In spite of the name, three dice are used in the game. The idea of the game is simple – you make a bet on a certain kind of a dice roll result. Then the dice are rolled. If the result you bet on does appear, you win; if it does not, you lose your bet.
You may place multiple bets at the same time. You can identify the different bet areas on the table by placing the cursor on an area and reading the info text on the status bar (the low edge of the screen). Sic Bo features the following betting options: 

Small/Big Bet: 

Status bar info text on these areas is “Small” or “Big”. Small Bet wins if the total sum of the three dice is 4 to 10. Big Bet wins on a total of 11 to 18. Neither Small nor Big Bet wins if the three dice are of the same number (three of a kind). 

The Small and Big Bet payoff ratio is 1 to 1. 

Number Bet: 

Placing a number bet means you want a specific number to appear on as many dice as possible. Select a number from 1 to 6 and place your chip(s) on the corresponding area. Status bar info text for these areas is “One”, “Two”, “Three”, etc. 

If the chosen number appears 1 time your bet pays 1 to 1, if it appears 2 times your bet pays 2 to 1 and if it appears 3 to 1 your bet pays 3 to 1. 

Pair Bet: 

Make a bet on any of the 15 possible two dice combinations (for example 3 and 4; 2 and 5 or 2 and 6). Status bar info text for these bets is “Pair”. 

If both numbers appear, your bet pays 5 to 1. 

Total Bet: 

Placing a total bet means you want the total sum of the three dice to be a certain amount. Possible totals are from 4 to 17. 3 and 18 (which are also possible with three dice) are excluded. Status bar info text for these bet areas is “Total of 4”, “Total of 5”, “Total of 6”, etc. 

The pay ratios for the total bet depends on the sum: 





























Double Bet: 

You bet on a specific pair to appear (for example, two 3’s). Status bar info text for these areas is “Double One”, “Double Two”, “Double Three”, etc. If at least two of the number chosen appear, you win 10 to 1. 

Triple Bet: 

You bet on a specific triple to appear (for example, three 2’s). Status bar info text for there areas is “Triple One”, “Triple Two”, “Triple Three”, etc. If the chosen triple appears, you win 180 to 1. 

Any Triple: 

You win if all three dice have the same number (any three of a kind). Status bar info text for this area is “Any Triple”. Payoff ratio for this bet is 30 to 1. 

 