A game of chance where the player throws two dice. If the player rolls a 7 or 11, the total of the two dice together, the player wins. This is probably the most popular game of chance in the world, but it is illegal in some states.
Craps (previously known as crabshttp://dictionary.reference.com/browse/craps) is a casino dice game. Craps is a simplification of the Old English game hazard. Its origins are complex and may date to the Crusades and was influenced by French gamblers, who probably first brought, what was to become the modern American version of the game, to New Orleans, where its popularity was thought to spread from the African-American community.