Collect the green balls to climb up the paytable for bigger wins in Cash or Crash Live!
The bet sizes available in Cash or Crash Live range from 20p to £2,500.
How to Play
This game features a 20-step, ladder-style paytable.
The aim of the game is to climb as high as possible up the paytable by collecting green balls.
Place your bet on a spot shown on-screen - this will adjust the paytable and show the potential winnings available.
Balls will be drawn from a ball drawing machine once the betting time has expired.
There are three types of ball available in Cash or Crash: Green, Red and Gold.
There are 19 green balls contained in the ball drawing machine, alongside eight red balls and one gold ball.
Each green ball drawn will allow you to climb one step up the paytable.
You can choose to Continue, Take Half or Take All after a green ball is drawn.
The choice that you make will be the default for the subsequent decisions during the current game round.
The more green balls drawn, the greater your chances of drawing a red ball.
Drawing the gold ball will award a shield to protect you from the red ball.
The gold ball will award a bonus round, where no decisions will be made after green balls are drawn.
Instead, you will advance up the paytable with each green ball!
Drawing a red ball will break the shield if you have drawn a gold ball.
When this happens, the game will continue on the same level on the paytable.
If you do not have an active shield when a red ball is drawn, then the round will end.
Choosing to Take Half after drawing a green ball will add the cashed-out winnings to your total winnings.
The game ends when a red ball is drawn without an active shield in place.
Any potential winnings that you haven't cashed out will be lost if a red ball is drawn without an active shield.
Any cashed-out winnings are paid at the end of the round.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.59%
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 £99.59 of wins.