Roll the dice on Bac Bo to be in the chance of winning a payout of up to 88:1!
The chip sizes available in Bac Bo range from £1 to £1,000.
Bac Bo is a live casino game that is an exciting twist on the casino game, Baccarat.
This game consists of a dice rather than cards.
The Player's and Banker's score is made up of the sum of two dice, which are automatically shaken in four shakers.
Each hand will receive two dice.
The objective of the game is to predict which hand will have the highest sum of the two dice - you can place a bet on the Player, Banker or a tie.
Once all four dice have stopped shaking, the hand with the highest value will reveal itself.
Placing a Bet
Once you have placed your bet on either the Player, Banker or a tie, you will be able to see the total payout for different results of a tie bet.
Payouts can be up to 88x your total wager!
During your betting time, all four dice will shake at the same time.
The Player's first dice will stop shaking first, followed by the Banker's first dice.
At this point, it will be revealed which hand has the highest value.
If the Player has the highest value after the first shake, the Player's second dice will stop shaking before the Banker's second dice.
If the Banker has the highest value after the first shake, then their second dice will stop shaking before the Player's second dice.
The scores are displayed on-screen and are updated as each dice shake stops.
Once the third dice has stopped shaking, it will become clear what result is needed on the fourth dice and the final shake will determine a win or a tie.
The final result will be displayed on-screen when all the dice have finished shaking.
The highest value of two dice will win.
If the result is a tie, there are different payout options depending on the result.
For example, if the Player and Banker tie with either a two or 12, then the payout will be 88:1.
Other Tie totals pay different odds, starting from 4:1.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 98.87%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of (optimal) wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.87 of wins.