Craps Live offers a new take on the classic casino game, Craps, taking your gaming experience to a whole new level!
You can play Craps Live from 50p per spin.
The aim of this live casino game is to correctly guess the outcome of the roll of two dice.
The game consists of two stages:
Some bets are resolved after one roll and others after several rolls.
There are numerous bet types available in this game (below).
Come Out Roll
The Pass Line bet can only be placed during the Come Out roll.
To do so, wait for the Puck to say 'off' before choosing a chip from the stack to place on the Pass Line.
You'll then be able to see potential wins for seven and 11 in the 'my numbers' display.
The winning number of each dice roll will be highlighted in the 'my numbers' display.
When your betting time is up, the dice launcher will throw the dice, resulting in one of the following outcomes:
If the dice result is two, three, seven, 11 or 12, the Puck will remain off and you can place a new Pass Line bet
If the dice result is four, five, six, eight, nine or 10, the Point will be established, and the Puck will turn on and be positioned over the won total - henceforth known as the 'Point'.
The Point Roll
If you establish a Point, your Pass Line bet will remain until you win the Point or a seven is rolled, causing you to lose.
It's possible to place an Odds bet upon establishing the Point.
An Odds bet will see a circular bet spot appear next to your bet on the Pass Line - if you win, you will win the Odds bet as well as your Pass Line bet.
The payout will change depending on the value of the Point.
You can place new bets while playing the Point Rolls.
The ‘my numbers’ display shows you which numbers you are rooting for.
The Pass Line bet will only be resolved when either the Point or a seven has been rolled.
Once resolved, the Puck will change to 'off' and a new Come Out roll will occur.
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.