How to Play Craps

Do you want to play the most exciting game in the casino? Parlay Nation will provide you with the skills necessary to walk into a casino and play Craps with confidence. 

Directions For Use

Craps is a large game.

Parlay Nation is a pretty big place and it wouldn't get hard to get bogged down trying to get through all this information. 


If you don't know anything about a Craps game, then you should probably read through all the Craps Basics then continue on to the section right under this one. 


If you want to get some bets out there and shoot Craps without having to know everything, then I suggest Pass Line Basics - Pass Line Odds - Place Bet Basics - Your Money - Prop Basics - The Hardways - Straight Up - The Field - C & E - World

If you know a lot about Craps already but need to know more, then you should check out Presses - Buying Place Bets - Spread Bets - and all of Come Bets.

If you would like to practice the Dark Side of Craps, then you can head to The Don't Side.

If you want to learn everything about the game, then you can start at Craps Basics and follow the arrows at the bottom of the pages. They will guide you through the entire learning side. 

If you need to Practice Craps, I made a bunch of downloadable and printable PDFs you can use. Cutout Craps Math Flash Cards, printable dice PDf's, Craps Table Layouts, and more. Originally made for dealers but now at your disposal.


If you would like the whole game summed up pretty quickly, you can always download my guide on How To Play Craps in 15 MIn.  


Before you ever make a bet on the table you should know the basics to playing the game.


The Pass Line and its Odds are the first bets you should learn on the Craps table


The most common bets after the Pass Line. These are fun to play with a lot of betting possibilities.


They work like the Pass Line and offer Odds that don't have an advantage for the casino.


Also called the Dark Side, these players are saying the shooter won't be making points.