The Pass Line Bet
The come-out roll is the first roll of the craps game. If you roll a Natural (7 or 11) you win the craps game, if you roll Craps (2, 3, or 12) you lose, and if you roll anything else that number becomes your Point.
If the come-out roll establishes a point, you keep rolling the dice until you roll either your Point or a 7. If you roll your Point first, you win; if you roll a 7 first, you lose.
More Online Craps Bets
Come bet: Similar to a Pass Line bet, but you can place the Come bet after the craps game is already in progress. After you make the Come bet, the next roll acts as a quasi-comeout roll, so a 7 or 11 wins, a 2, 3, or 12, loses, and anything else establishes your Point.
Don’t Come bet: Like the Come bet, you can make a Don’t Come bet at any time during the craps game. Like the Don’t Pass bet, a 2 or 3 wins, a 7 or 11 loses, a 12 ties, and you win if you roll a 7 before the Point and lose if you roll the Point first.
Place To Win bets and Buy bets: Instead of letting the dice pick a random Point, you can pick the number you like. You win if you roll your number before rolling a 7, and lose if you roll a 7 before your number. The Place to Win bet and the Buy bet work the same, but the payouts are often different between these two types of craps bets.
Place To Lose bets and Lay bets: Again, you get to pick your number. You win if you roll a 7 before the number, and lose if you roll the number first.
Hard Way bets: It’s not easy to roll a double on the craps dice. If you bet on Hard Way 4, you win if you roll a Hard 4 (2 and 2) before you roll either a 7 or an Easy 4 (1 and 3). You can bet on Hard Way 4, Hard Way 6, Hard Way 8, or Hard Way 10.
Big 6 and Big 8: You win the Big 6 bet if you roll a 6 before rolling a 7, and you win the Big 8 bet if you roll an 8 before rolling a 7.
The Odds Bets
You won’t see the Odds bet labeled on the virtual craps table, but you can make the Odds bet by clicking in the same area that you clicked for your original bet.