Male - 26 Years Old
It would make sense if you were standing at the craps table and looking at the table.
Basically, before anything happens, you can put money down on the pass line, which is marked on the table. Then someone throws the dice. If the dice land 7 or 11, you win even money on your pass line bet (if you bet 10 dollars, you win 10 dollars). If the dice are 2, 3, or 12, you lose your pass line bet. If it's any other number, that number becomes the "point", or the number that you want the roller to roll again before he rolls a 7. So if he rolled an 8, you'd be cheering for him to roll another 8. If he does, you win that pass line bet.
I basically said the same thing he did, but that might have made it a little clearer?
If you're a poker player, think of the pass line bet as your blind...you're putting that money out there before you know anything about the cards you're being dealt. Except in Craps it's optional and you don't really have to.