Craps is played either casually (street craps) or in casinos (bank craps) with both versions involving players betting on the outcome of rolling two dice in one go. Bets could be on the totals of the two dice, high/low returns, odd/even or even the results of several rolls. Luck is more necessary than skill in Craps.
The Cayman Islands rely heavily on tourism and are known as a tax haven for the rich and famous. Despite being a stopping-off point for cruise ships, their passengers may be disappointed to learn that all forms of gambling are illegal in the Cayman Islands. However, the use of offshore online platforms appears to be widespread practice.