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Boss Media Craps

Boss Media Craps offers a multi player version of the game. They have created spectacular graphics, life-like sound effects, and even the voice of the dealer, so you really feel like your at a physical table. This multi player version of Craps has several great features, which will be listed momentarily, the best of which is the fact that you can play with your friends, no matter where each of you are. The Craps game includes features such as :

- A Game resolution of 800 x 600
- Ability for up to 4 players to play per table
- You can chat with other players
- You have the option of selecting a private table to play alone
- You can become pit boss of a private table, and select the players you'd like to join
- There is a different screen perspective from every seat at the table
- The Bet Limits available are - USD 1 - 100, USD 5 - 500, and USD 25 - 1,000
- You can choose the maximum betting time, 15 to 45 seconds.
- You can watch a game without joining in.

Now that you know the basics of what the game offers, we can now go into how the process works. After you get into the casino, you can check the guest book to see if any of your friends are in the casino and exactly where in the casino they currently are by clicking on the “Info” button. Then go back to the game menu to choose your game and table.

The first throw of the dice in a round of Craps is called the Come Out Roll. The most common opening bet in the game, which is placed just before the Come Out Roll, is called the Pass Line Bet. Pass Line Bets automatically win if the shooter throws a 7 or 11 on the Come Out Roll and automatically loses if the shooter throws a 2, 3 or 12 on the Come Out Roll. If 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 is thrown on the Come Out Roll, that number then becomes "the point." The puck that is labeled "ON" shows that the point has been established and is placed on the craps table over the box for the number rolled as the point: "4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10". The shooter now keeps throwing the dice until he/she rolls point again or until he/she throws a 7 to end the round. If the shooter throws point first, a pass line bet wins. If, however, the shooter throws a 7 first, the Pass Line Bets lose.

To end a round of Craps and resolve any Pass Line Bets, the shooter must throw either point or 7 after the Come Out Roll. Pass line bets can't win until the point is rolled, and can't lose until 7 is rolled. Because unresolved pass line bets may not be removed, players must wait for a roll of the point or 7 to determine the fate of their pass line bets. If you need to leave the game, your bet will be lost.

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