Try your hand at the thrilling casino game First Person Craps for a chance to win real cash prizes.
The bet sizes available in First Person Craps range from 50p to £1000.
How to Play
This game is played with two dice.
In order to win, you need to correctly guess the sum of the two dice.
Start by placing your bet.
The dice will then be thrown in two stages:
Bets can be resolved after one roll while others last several dice rolls in this game.
For more information on how to play First Person Craps and the bets available, open the built-in Craps Tutorial.
The ’Types of bets’ section also offers more insight into the bets and when you can place them.
Come Out Roll
Wait for the Puck to read ‘Off' before placing a chip of your choice on the Pass Line bet spot on the betting grid.
Potential wins for seven and 11 will be highlighted in the ‘My Numbers’ section.
The winning numbers for each dice roll will be highlighted in yellow on the same display.
Once the betting time is up, the dice will be thrown:
In either case, the Puck will remain 'Off' and you can place a new Pass Line bet should you wish.
As soon as the Point has been established, your Pass Line bet will remain until:
It's possible to place an Odds bet after the Point has been established - do this by clicking on the circular bet spot next to your bet on the Pass Line.
The Odds bet and Pass Line bet win together - please note the payout will be different depending on the value of the Point.
You may place new bets while playing the Point Roll.
Click 'My Numbers' to see which numbers you're rooting for.
When the Pass Line bet has been resolved, the Puck will change to 'Off'.
The game will then resume with a new Come Out Roll.
First Person Craps Tutorial
For more information on First Person Craps, including how to play and betting options, open the interactive tutorial for a simple and interactive guide.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.17%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers, we will, on average, pay out £99.17 of wins.