In Craps is a popular dice game typically played in casinos, as well as in informal settings. The game is known for its distinct table layout More, the term “Shooter” refers to the player who rolls the dice. Each player at the table has the opportunity to be the shooter, with the role rotating around the table in a clockwise direction. The shooter’s main task is to make a “come-out roll” to start a new round of play. If a In craps, the term “Point” refers to a number established by the come-out roll (the first roll in a round of betting) if that roll More is established on the come-out roll, the shooter continues to roll the dice until either the point number is rolled again (resulting in a win for bets on the In craps, the “Pass Line” is one of the most fundamental bets in the game. It's a bet placed before the “come-out roll,” which is More) or a seven is rolled (a “In craps, “Seven Out” refers to the event where the shooter rolls a seven after establishing a point, but before re-rolling the point number. This More”), which ends the shooter’s turn. The role of the shooter is central to the game of craps, as it is their roll that determines the outcomes and bets for the round.