Pulsz Craps

Craps

Pulsz Available Craps Game Versions

1. Classic Craps

Classic Craps is the traditional version of the game, following the standard Pulsz Game Rules and gameplay found in most brick-and-mortar casinos. Players place bets on the outcome of the roll of two dice, aiming to predict the numbers rolled or the combination of numbers that will appear.

2. High-Limit Craps

High-Limit Craps is designed for players who prefer a more intense and thrilling experience. In this version, the betting limits are significantly higher, allowing players to wager larger amounts on each roll. It is a popular choice for high-rollers and risk-takers looking to elevate their adrenaline rush.

3. Low-Limit Craps

Low-Limit Craps is ideal for players who want to enjoy the excitement of Craps without risking large amounts of money. The betting limits in this version are lower than the standard version, making it suitable for beginners or those who prefer more conservative betting strategies.

4. Live Dealer Craps

Live Dealer Craps brings the immersive experience of a real casino to the comfort of your own home. In this version, players interact with a live dealer in real-time through a video stream. You can place bets, communicate with the dealer, and witness the dice roll just like in a brick-and-mortar casino.

How to Play Craps

1. Place Bets

Before the first roll (also known as the “come-out roll”), players place their bets on the table. There are various types of bets you can make, such as the Pass Line bet, Don’t Pass Line bet, Come bet, Don’t Come bet, and many more. Each bet has its own set of Craps Game Rules and payouts.

2. Roll the Dice

After all the bets are placed, the shooter (the player rolling the dice) starts the game by rolling two dice. The outcome of the roll determines the fate of the bets. If the total of the dice is 7 or 11 on the come-out roll, Pass Line bets win. If it’s 2, 3, or 12, Pass Line bets lose. Different numbers activate different bets.

3. Continue Rolling

If the come-out roll results in a point number (4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10), the game continues. The shooter must roll the same point number again before rolling a 7 to win. If a 7 is rolled before the point number, the Pass Line bets lose. Other bets like Come bets and Don’t Pass Line bets also come into play based on the dice outcomes.

4. Payouts and Repeat

Once the outcome is determined, the bets are settled accordingly. Pulsz Winners are paid out, and the game starts anew with a new come-out roll. Players can continue placing their bets, and the cycle repeats.

Craps is a fast-paced and thrilling game where players can use various strategies and betting options. It is essential to understand the rules and odds associated with different bets to maximize your chances of success. Pulsz offers a range of Craps game versions, ensuring there is an option for every player, from beginners to seasoned enthusiasts.

Frequently Asked Question

What is the objective of the game?-

The objective of the game is to correctly predict the outcome of the roll of two dice.

What is the shooter?+

The shooter is the player who rolls the dice.

What happens if the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll?+

If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the come-out roll, it's called a “natural” and they win.

What happens if the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out roll?+

If the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or 12 on the come-out roll, it's called “craps” and they lose.

What are the other numbers that can be rolled on the come-out roll?+

The other numbers that can be rolled on the come-out roll are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10. These numbers become the “point.”

What happens after a point is established?+

After a point is established, the shooter continues to roll the dice until they roll the point number again or a 7. If they roll the point number, they win. If they roll a 7, they lose.

What does it mean to “pass” in craps?+

To “pass” in craps means to bet with the shooter, meaning you are betting that they will win.

What does it mean to “don't pass” in craps?+

To “don't pass” in craps means to bet against the shooter, meaning you are betting that they will lose.

Can other players bet on the outcome of the shooter's roll?+

Yes, other players can make various types of bets on the outcome of the shooter's roll.

What are some common types of bets in craps?+

Some common types of bets in craps include the pass line bet, don't pass bet, field bet, come bet, and place bets on specific numbers.