Even though craps may seem a complicated casino game, like free roulette, the truth is that it has simple rules. In craps, casino players must throw two dice and establish a Point. Bets in craps revolve around the possibility of the same craps player repeating that Point before he throws a 7.
There are four croupiers in craps: the croupier who controls the table and the game, the first croupier who helps craps players make their bets, a second croupier who pays for winning bets and picks up lost bets and the fourth croupier called stickman. The stickman directs the game, picks up the dice with a stick similar to a shovel to give them to the player who has to throw them and announces the winning number.
Each round of craps begins with a series of shoots to repeat the Point and starts with the so-called Opening Shoot which tries to establish said Point. Two craps dice can total 2 to 12 but only a total of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 is valid to establish the Point.
There are lots of superstitions about the game of craps, the craps table, the croupiers and the players. For example, some people believe that if the dice fall to the ground the next number thrown will be a 7.