Craps Master 3D Basics

Ranked Mode

Test your luck against physics & probabilities while going head to head with the game. Track your progress on the leaderboard. Our Leadboard is currently managed through Apple's Game Center... so you'll need to have a Game Center account to see where you stack up... Game Center Accounts are free.

Highroller Mode

Experience the advanced version of Ranked Mode where there are NO limits on the table. If you want to place a $500,000,000 bet on a hard 2... have at it! if you want to bet 20,000X odds on a 4... go for it! As a High Roller your status will be placed on a special High Roller Leaderboard… be prepared to view numbers that are in scientific notation.

Practice Mode

Practice your betting strategy or just have fun in a non competitive environment. It's everything you love in Single Player Mode with none of the risk. If you zero out your bank roll automatically resets with $5000. There are no Mulligans and no Leaderboards.

Game Play

Before you begin – Welcome to the innovation of a purely physics based game. Meaning: no random number generators and no programming of any kind are used to determine the results of the rolls. This game is ruled by a physics engine that applies accurate, real world physical properties to everything down to the plastic of the dice, the friction caused by the felt, and the dimensions of the bumpers. The physics engine dynamically calculates the bounce of the dice against the table and bumpers, using real world gravity, air friction, material friction etc.- the same forces that rule in a real casino. Remember, if you lose a couple hands, that's the luck of the game and influence of physics- not because we’re trying to cheat you or get you to spend money.

"Here's some quick How to's to get you started"

Place a bet

Drag and Drop Interface – Touch and drag any of the chips at the bottom of the screen to any valid betting location on the table to place your bet.

Increase a bet

After dragging your initial bet you can then tap the chips at the bottom to quickly increase your previously placed bet. Otherwise, continue dragging your chips to increase your bet.

Rebet

If you like placing the same bets on the table every time, simply touch the "Rebet" button and your last bet structure will be placed on the table automatically.

Remove a bet

For any bet that is allowed to be removed after a Come Out roll, simply drag your bet back down to your chips at the bottom of the screen and release. For a fast and easy clear, touch “Clear all Bets”.

Odds bets

Passline or Don’t Passline, drag your odds bet to the box marked “odds”

Come Odds – Drag your Odds Bet to the lower right corner of the point box. This is the same box where your original Come Bet was moved to.

Don’t Come Odds – Drag your Odds Bet to the upper right corner of the point box. This is where your original Don’t Come Bet was moved to.

Mulligans

This feature is only available in Ranked Mode and High Roller Mode. If you don’t like your roll result, use a Mulligan and it’s like that roll never happened. This "do over" action assures your bet remains unaffected.

Specialty / Prop Bets

The players have spoken and we have added as many suggested specialty bets and prop bets as possible… C&E bets have not received enough requests to warrant the inclusion so far… other specialty bets that have been requested are unfortunately trademarked by big gaming companies. This means we cannot legally include them without proper licensing… and that would be expensive. We don’t want to make players pay for something that they likely won’t use.

Options

Statistics

View your daily or life time stats. Improve your betting strategy by checking out your roll history.

Sound Volume

Control the game volume without affecting your device's volume.

Sound Effects

Turn ambiance and Stick Calls On or Off.

Shooting Style

  1. Touch – Put your finger on the dice, Pull back the dice and aim them and release!

  2. Shake – Shake your device to roll the dice.

  3. Auto Roll – The dice shoot by themselves.

Game Speed

  1. Normal – This setting plays at a pace much like that at a real table, giving you time to read payout info and other visual queues.

  2. Fast – This setting moves at a faster pace, giving you just enough time to check payout info and visual queues

  3. Really Fast – This is the fastest setting and will only allow you a glimpse of the payout and visual queues.

Note – If you are a grinder and want to play with minimal animation Set Betting View, Shooting View and Rolling View to "Over Table"

Betting View

  1. Front of Table – This allows you to look at the table as if you were standing at it in real life as you place your bets.

  2. Over Table – Allows you to look down at the table to place your bets and then shifts to an end of the table view for shooting.

Shooting View

  1. Front of Table – This allows you to look at the table as if you were standing at it in real life as you shoot the dice.

  2. Over Table – Keeps you in a top down view while shooting but shooting can only be done automatically.

Rolling View

  1. Follow Dice – This allows the camera to follow the dice as they roll down the table

  2. Over Table – Keeps you in a top down view.

Dice Color

Choose any color of dice to personalize your table.

Felt Color

Choose any color felt to personalize your table.

In App Purchases

We have a few options that extend or enhance your gaming experience.

Disable Ads

If your ad hatred is great enough to spend money on, turn them off permanently with this feature.

Mulligans

If you like Mulligans, we offer various bulk packages. View "App Purchases" more most up to date options.

Chips

If you want to quickly increase your bank roll. View "App Purchases" more most up to date options.

Craps Basics

Intro

Before you begin – A 7 is the most commonly rolled number in the game of craps. Mathematically speaking, it is likely that a 7 will be rolled at least 17% of the time. This is because there are more number combinations on a pair of dice that add up to seven more than any other number. In fact if you look at a single die, the opposite sides of a die always add up to 7…

Pass Line Bet

This is the best bet in Craps and also one of the easiest to make. Simply drag your bet on to this spot before the first roll or after the shooter makes the “Point”. YOU WIN IF the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the Come Out Roll.  YOU LOSE IF the shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12.
If the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 that number becomes the “Point”

Don’t Pass Line Bet

This is the opposite of a Pass Line Bet. This is thought to be betting against the shooter, so in a real casino, this is considered a “wrong bet” because you’re going against everyone at the table. YOU WIN IF the shooter rolls a 2, 3 or 12. YOU LOSE IF the shooter rolls a 7 or 11 on the come out roll. If the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 that number becomes the “Point”

Pass Line / Don’t Pass Line Odds

An Odds Bet can be made if you already have a bet on the Pass Line, Don't Pass Line, Come, or Don't Come. This is an additional bet, and is usually limited to two or three times the original wager.

Field Bet

This is another easy bet. Simply drag your bet into this area and if any of the numbers 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 are rolled... YOU WIN!  If a 2 or 12 is rolled the payout odds are 3 to 1. Many experienced craps players bet the field sparingly.

Come Bet

This is similar to a Pass Line Bet, but its only made after the Come Out Roll. YOU WIN IF the shooter rolls a 7 or 11. After the “Point” is set, the dealer will move your chips to the “Point” box.

Come / Don’t Come Odds

An Odds Bet can be made if you already have a bet on Come or Don't Come. This is an additional bet, and is usually limited to two or three times the original wager. For Come Odds, simply drag your Odds Bet to the bottom right corner of the point box. For Don’t Come Odds drag your bet to the upper right corner of the point box.

Hard Ways

To roll a hardway number you must roll an exact pair of numbers (doubles). For example, if you put money on the hard 6, you are betting that the shooter will roll two 3's.

Seven Bet

This is a prop bet that really favors the house; however, if you win, the payout is 4 to 1. YOU WIN IF the dice come up 7.

Any Craps

Any Craps wager is often considered a bail-out bet. In other words, the Any Craps Bet is usually played as an insurance bet to balance out a loss on the pass line. YOU WIN IF the dice come up 2, 3 or 12. This is not a popular bet amongst experienced Craps players.

Yo 11

As its name suggests, the dice must come up an "eleven" for this wager to be a winner. This bet is only good for one roll, but it pays out 15 to 1!

Big 6/8

Similar to the Pass Line Bet, all you have to do is place your chips in the designated betting area and hope your numbers hit before a seven is rolled.

Points (Box Numbers)

The point numbers are 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10. These are also called “Box Numbers". The dealer will mark the point with a puck. The Point is set after the Come Out Roll. If you have any bets on the Point and your number gets rolled before a 7, YOU WIN! If a 7 is rolled before the Point, YOU LOSE!

Buy Bet

Make a bet on the established point numbers at any time with a Buy Bet. YOU WIN IF the shooter rolls the point number before the seven. The payouts are great because it is paid by true odds. There is a 5% commission to the house for this bet.

Lay Bet

The Lay Bet works in the same way as a Buy Bet, but is opposite. This time you wager on the point number and that the shooter will roll a seven before the point.  There is a 5% commission to the house for this bet.

 

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