Craps is a dice game that works like this: you roll two dice. If the sum of the two dice comes up either 7 or 11, you win. If the sum is 2, 3 or 12 you lose. If none of these, the sum becomes your "point." And you continue to roll until your point comes up again. If it does, you win. But, if a 7 comes up first, you lose. What's the probability of winning at Craps?

This is an excellent project in figuring a probability using dice and in praticing coding with loops and if-statements.

Here we define a function called

Note after the initial checks for 7/11 or 2/3/12, we enter a little "sub-game" of continuous rolls in a

This is an excellent project in figuring a probability using dice and in praticing coding with loops and if-statements.

Here we define a function called

`roll_two()`

that will handling rolling two dice and returning their sum. The main body of code is just about implementing the logic of craps. Fill in the `??`

groups until you get it working.
Note after the initial checks for 7/11 or 2/3/12, we enter a little "sub-game" of continuous rolls in a

`while-loop`

that keeps rolling until either "point" or 7 is rolled.
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and edit the `??`

groups.
Type your code here:

See your results here:

Your chance of winning at Craps is just under 50%. So, it's a good game for a casino. All of the dice rolling and "rules" are indeed stimulating and exciting, but in the long term, you are not going to make any money.