There is one place in an American casino where all the noise seems to come from and that is the craps table and the main reason is that so many people can play at the same time plus unlike roulette where one spin of the wheel settles everything, it can take several throws of the dice to settle the winners. Craps is available at all online casinos these days and the online casino version is exactly the same as played in land based casinos. Craps is actually a very simple casino game as there are only two dice involved but some of the bets can only be placed at certain times which makes it a little more complicated but for a craps beginner there are two simple bets which are placed at the beginning of the throw and are valid until won or lost no matter how many throws are needed. These bets are the “pass line” bet and the “don’t pass line” bet. Online casinos generally have a good explanation of the rules of craps and the Irish casino portal casinos.ie also has a page covering the simple bets. If you place a bet on the pass line you will win immediately if the throw results in a 7 or 11 but lose immediately on 2, 3 or 12; any other number forms what is called the point which requires more throws of the craps dice to determine the winners. Online craps then becomes a simple question of whether the point number or a 7 is thrown first in subsequent throws no matter how long it takes. Your pass line bet wins if the point is thrown first and loses of a 7 is thrown first. Clearly in online casino craps the don’t pass line is nearly the exact opposite but if the first roll results in 12 your bet is returned.