Come Out & Roll
Dice (sometimes known as craps) is a fast and exciting game with an atmosphere to match.
HOW TO PLAY
- Before you can throw (shoot) the dice you must wager a bet on the ‘Pass Line’ or ‘Don’t Pass Line’
- The first throw of the dice is called the ‘Come Out Roll’. The shooter is the person on the left of the dealer
- Once that player has thrown out (lost) the dice are handed to the next player on his or her left in a clockwise direction
The numbers on the dice are grouped into three categories, as follows:
Naturals | 7 and 11
Craps | 2, 3 and 12
Points | 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10
WATCH HOW TO PLAY
Bonus Craps takes advantage of existing craps games to offer the player a variety of new and intriguing side bets while all of the existing features of a craps game remain.
All the “small” numbers (2, 3, 4, 5, and 6) must be rolled before a 7. The bet loses on any 7, including a 7 on the come out roll. If all the small numbers are rolled before a 7, the side bets pays 34 to 1. Players bet at the beginning of the roll only. Numbers are marked with lammers to indicate rolled numbers.
Same side bet and same odds as All Small, except the bet is that 8, 9 ,10, 11 and 12 will be rolled after any 7.
Make ’Em All Tall
This 175 to 1 bet is that the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 will be rolled before any 7. The bet loses whenever a 7 rolls before all the numbers are rolled.
Passline | £5 – £1,000
Numbers | £5 – £1,200
Hardways | £5 – £100
Crap bets | £5 – £150
For more information about how to play Dice, pick up a How to Play leaflet inside the casino.