Online Craps - table
Craps table is one of the most confusing casino table games. A detailed explanation of the craps table is needed so that the players would understand how to play craps. We've compiled this craps table guide to help you become accommodated.
There is no actual game performed on the craps table: the craps table is all about betting and you can only see bets and odds on it. Let's look at them in detail.
As you already know, the two most basic bets in a craps game are called the pass line and the don't pass line bet. They are typically located in the most visible area under the "come" field. On some online casino craps tables these bet fields are market with "pass line" or "don't pass line", some other tables have "pass bar" or "don't pass bar" instead. The basic bet fields are the only fields on a craps table where the initial bets can be made during the comeout. For a detailed explanation please see our craps instructions and craps tips.
Immediately above the pass/don't pass fields of the craps table there is the "field". The field has places for 2, 3, 4, then 9, 10, 11 and 12. Pay attention that 2 and 12 have special marking; this is because they are double bets as opposed to the rest of field bets which are even. On a typical online casino craps table, the double bets would be marked with white filled circle.
Above it, most typically in the very center of the craps table there's the "come" bet. Next to it is the "don't come" bet. Come and don't come bets have the same role as pass line/don't pass line on the craps table with the only difference that they are used for "free odds" bets - e.g. pass/don't pass bets that are only made after the comeout roll.