There are always some things that you should not ever forget about the game of craps. First are the casino employees that are manning the table. Carefully discern the role of each employee on the craps table. You have a craps employee that is place right in the middle of the table.
The employee is called the boxman. The main responsibility of the boxman is to direct the course of the entire game and make sure that everything is in the right order. The craps personnel that is seated at the right or left area of the boxman is the dealer in the game. Seated across the boxman is the casino employee that is acting as the stickperson. That employee is easily identified by the long stick that they are holding. The main purpose of the stick is to move the dice around because the employee could not touch the stick while the game is still ongoing to avoid any suspicion that the game is rigged. The second thing that you should always remember in the game of craps is the rules that are usually used in the game.
You can probably see at a first glance the ring on the gambling table with the Pass Line area. Just above the Pass Line area is the Do Not Pass Line. These are the 2 wagers on the craps games. Since about ninety-five prevent of the craps players, let us review this part of craps first. The shooter places down a pass line bet. The stickperson in the game now gets a bowl that has five to six craps dice and shoves them with the stick to the player designated as the crapshooter.
The shooter then rolls the craps dice to the other side of the table for their first roll. If the shooter rolls a 7 or 11, they will receive even cash from the game ($30 dollars wager, $30 dollars won in the game). If the shooter gets any other digit other than the number 2, 3 or 12, they will lose their bet. There are about 36 ways to achieve that combination and there are 8 probable ways to achieve to get the seventh digits and eleventh digit in contrast with getting the 2, 3 or even the twelve number.
There are about twenty-four ways to get the numbers 4, 5, 6 and others. These will be designated as the point numbers. During the first throw of the dice, the crapshooter must get one of these numbers before the number seven in order to receive even cash. So it means that if the shooter gets the opposite, they will lose in the game. On the other hand, the Do Not Pass wager is the opposite of the Pass Wager. If you get your point number and not the number seven, you will lose in the game.