VIP Casino Offers Craps Tournament for Players

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VIP Casino Offers Craps Tournament for Players

VIP Casino is widely known for featuring events in card and online casino table games. It has announced that it will hold a craps event for its players. One of the advantages of playing craps in land-based casinos is that gamers participate in the game by throwing the craps dice themselves. At VIP Casino, craps offers players this chance as well. If the player chooses to throw the dice, a view of the table will appear on the screen and the player's hand scoops up the pair of dice and throw them off the wall at the opposite direction.

The online craps event at VIP casino has already started on June 1st, 2009. But since the event will run until June 15th, 2009, there is a plenty of time for interested players to participate. The champion will take home $500 while the runner-up will take home $250. The prizes go up to 7th place with the remaining five top finishers taking home $50 each. Participation in the tournament is a simple task. Players first have to choose the "Game menu" from the left hand menu in the software and then pick "tournaments".

Finally, players can choose the "Sign up now" button and pick "yes. Players should remember that the event fee will automatically be deducted when they register for the tournament. One of the good features of this online craps event is that players need not play their time in a single stretch. They can exit from the event and reenter the craps event and complete it. But they should follow specific procedures.

Betting at craps outside of the event will not count for the purposes of the event. The tournament procedure is described in the Terms and Conditions and participants should read it before registering in the tournament. Players will automatically receive $1,000 worth of chips. This is play money and cannot be cashed outside of the event. Players will be given control over a certain period of time. At any time during the game, they can stop without using the rest of their time especially if they are content with their balance.


John O'Haver