Get rolling to win big in First Person Craps.
In this game, you place wagers on the outcome of the two dice that are rolled.
If you are able to put a hot streak together, you could scoop some impressive wins.
What will the dice show?
The bet sizes in First Person Craps range from 50p to £1,000.
The aim of the game is to accurately predict the outcome of the roll of two dice.
How to Play
This game features a number of alternate bet types, and the most common bet is the Pass Line bet, which can only be placed during the Come Out roll.
The different types of bets available, and the times that they can be placed, are viewable in the 'Types of Bets' section.
Come Out Roll
Once the Puck says 'Off', select a chip from the chip stack and place it on the Pass Line bet spot on the grid.
Potential wins for 7 and 11 will be highlighted in the 'My Numbers' display, which also highlights the winning number for each dice roll.
After the expiration of betting time, the dice launcher throws the dice into the wall at the opposite end of the table.
If the result of the roll is 7 or 11, you will be a winner.
If the outcome of the roll is 2, 3, or 12, you will lose.
The bet is resolved in both cases, and the Puck will still say 'Off', allowing you to place a new Pass Line bet.
If the result of the roll is 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10, the Point has been established and the Puck will be turned to 'On'.
The Puck is placed over the won total, and this number is known as the Point.
The Point Roll
As soon as a Point has been established, your Pass Line bet remains and stays in play until you win the Point or you roll a 7.
You have the choice to place an Odds bet when the Point has been established, and this results in a circular bet spot being displayed alongside your bet on the Pass Line.
The Odds bet will win together with your Pass Line bet, however the payout will vary according to the value of the Point.
During the Point Rolls, you are able to place new bets.
Once the Point or a 7 is rolled, the Puck will change to 'Off' and the bet is resolved, signalling the time for a brand new Come Out roll.
More information on how to play First Person Craps is available in the interactive tutorial.
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.