Rules of craps
The shooter continues to roll the dice until he or she rolls the point number or a 7.
If the point number is rolled, then pass line bettors win and don't pass bettors lose. If a 7 is rolled, pass line bets lose and don't pass bets win.
Once a shooter loses out then players change and a new shooter takes his/her turn at the table to roll the come out roll. Then all players once again place at least a minimum bet.
If the come out roll is a 7 or 11 the pass line bet wins, and those who bet the don’t pass bets lose, and then round ends.
If the come out roll is a 2,3, or 12 (called ‘craps’). Then the don’t pass line wins, the pass line loses, and the round also ends.
If the shooter rolls a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10 on the come out roll then the number rolled becomes the point number.
If the shooter “hits” the point value again (any value of the dice that sum to the point will do the shooter doesn’t have to exactly repeat the value combination of the come-out roll) before rolling a seven, the Pass line wins and a new round starts, usually with the dice staying with the current shooter. If the shooter rolls any seven before repeating the point number (a “seven-out”), the Pass line loses and the dice pass to a new shooter for the next round. In all the above scenarios, whenever the Pass line wins, the Don’t Pass line loses, and vice versa, with one exception: on the come-out roll