Online Jun88 games’ popularity are reaching fever-pitch frenzy nowadays, as social networking sites promote them and the economy’s fiscal crisis motivates people to play them instead of real-world casino games. Slot machines, poker, blackjack and their many variations are taking over the virtual world, but one casino online game that seems to be getting left behind is craps.
Craps is a casino game that involves players betting on the outcome of a dice roll, or the results of a series of dice rolls. Players can make wagers against each other (what is known as street craps or shooting dice) or the bank (aka table or casino craps). Craps are quite popular in real-world casinos all over the United States, Europe and even Asia. It is an exciting, fast-paced game, and one will be hard-pressed to look for any half-filled craps tables in any casino.
Well, except for the online variety. In stark disconnect with craps in real casinos, craps in online casinos are often played half-full, sometimes with only one or two individuals playing. So, why the disparity? Many players say that playing craps online and in real world casinos are simply too different, and everything that makes craps such an exciting game to play in the world are simply sucked out of the online casino versions.
For example, the main excitement that players get from craps comes from rolling the dice. Many players have developed various strategies with hand flicks and wrist shakes that can control how a dice rolls on the crap table’s felt top, which will eventually land the dice in whatever number the player wants them to stop. That physical aspect of the craps is completely gone in online casinos. There is no tactile experience with the dice, and definitely no hand techniques by which players believe they can hedge the odds in their favor.
Playing craps is also made fun by the atmosphere of playing with a crowd of cheering, groaning, muttering, players crashing at an individual from all sides as they try to press closer to the table. Online casinos as yet cannot recreate that rich experience, as players are left with only rote mouse-clicking and perhaps some canned ambient music to capture the buzz that always accompanies a full craps table.