Getting Started with Craps Online as well as Offline.
Online Craps and Offline Craps played at Casinos are both very much the same. The first Roll made by the shooter is known as the "Come Out Roll." When beginning to play Craps all players place a bet known as a "Pass Line Bet." The outcome is based on what the Come Out Roll will be. Pass Line Bets are automatic winners if the Come Out Roll is 7 or 11 and are losers if the Come Out Roll is 2, 3, or 12.
The remaining numbers become the "point" which means that if the shooter rolls any of the remaining numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10, he or she needs to continue rolling the dice until the identified "point" number OR a 7 comes up. If the Point is rolled before the number 7, then all Pass Line Bets win. If the opposite happens then all Pass Line Bets lose.
Until those two numbers appear in the game nothing else will happen, therefore the game could possibly carry on all night. This makes it so much more fun.
There is no strategy to the game of craps which will help you win. All you can do is basically reduce the house's edge to a minimum and have as much fun as possible.
Some bets in craps offer worse odds than others, but then there are hands that make you even with the house. Stick to these bets when you find them, therefore your money will last longer and you may come out a winner.