The reason we called craps a complex game is simply because there are lots of “if” and “then” in the rules. The game starts with the come out roll, done by the shooter. Based on the outcome of the come out roll of the dice, the subsequent rolls are done.
If the come-out roll is a 7 or 11, it’s considered a “Natural”. The shooter is the winner in this case and they get to roll again.
If the come-out roll is a 2, 3, or 12, it’s “craps”. The shooter loses in this case.
Last but not least, if the come out roll is a point, as in a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, the dealer marks it on the table. If you’re playing an RNG Bitcoin craps game, the point will get automatically marked. For Bitcoin live craps, the dealer will mark the point on camera.
If you look at the Craps table, you’ll see various fields like “Pass or Don’t Pass”, “Come or Don’t Come”, and a lot of numbers. The numbers are for marking the points. The rest actually refer to the outcomes other players except for the shooter can wager on.
Come or Don’t Come
This is a prominent entry on the BTC craps table. Come and Don’t Come outcomes are actually referring to whether the shooter will get a natural or not. To refresh your memory, a natural is when they come out roll is a 7 or an 11.
If you bet on come, it means you’re hoping that the shooter hits a natural. If you bet on Don’t Come, you’re hoping for the shooter to fail in hitting a natural.
Pass or Don’t Pass
The pass line on the best Bitcoin craps free table marks a line that the shooter may or may not pass with their throw. You never know how hard the shooter is going to throw the dice so both are valid outcomes.