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Bank Craps is a dice game played on a table with one or more players. Our version at BankCraps.com pits the player head to head against the bank to maximize fun and learning at the player's pace.
Bank Craps originally developed from the English form of Hazard. The principles are similar and over time Bank Craps gained prominance in the Americas.
Pass and Don't Pass - The dice shooter must bet on one of these lines in order to start the round. These are bets on the outcome of the round.
Playing the Pass bet - On the first roll or Come Out roll, if the shooter makes a 7 or 11 it is a Natural win. However, a 2, 3 or 12 on the first roll means instant loss, or Craps.
If a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is made then the round continues and the Point is established (i.e. if the shooter rolls a 4 on the first roll then the Point is a 4). If the shooter is able to roll the Point before rolling a 7 the Pass bet will win.
The Don't Pass line works exactly the same as the Pass line except the outcomes are reversed. Essentially, a 2 or 3 on the first roll wins and rolling a 7 before the Point wins. A 12 on the first roll pushes the bet.
The shooter will continue to roll as long as the Pass line wins. BankCraps.com has streak tracking and will allow players to track their lucky streaks. We also give players the chance to compete with the community to earn the "Streak of the Week" and win bonus credits.
The shooting streak will continue as long as a Natural is made on come out rolls or the Point is made before a Seven out.
The recognized world record of consecutive dice rolls is 154. Prior to that feat the reigning craps record was 118 consecutive rolls.