Craps Live

Craps Live

Enjoy the live version of a casino classic in Craps Live for a thrilling Vegas experience!


    Craps Live Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Craps Live range from 50p to £2000.


    Aim of the Game

    The aim of the game is to accurately guess the outcome of a roll of two dice.

    There are different stages in this game:

    1. The Come Out roll 
    2. The Point roll

    Some bets may be resolved after one roll, but others may last several rolls.


    Come Out Roll

    The most common type of bet available in Craps is the Pass Line bet, which can only be placed during the Come Out roll.

    Place a chip on the Pass Line bet spot once the Puck says 'OFF'.

    Potential wins for seven and 11 will be shown on-screen in the 'My Numbers' section, which will highlight the winning number for each roll of the dice.

    If the result of the dice is seven or 11, you win and the Pass Line bet is resolved.

    However, you will lose if the result is two, three or 12 and the bet will resolve.

    You will be able to place a new Pass Line bet in both of these circumstances, and the Puck will still say 'OFF'.

    The Puck will turn 'ON' and move over the won total if the result of the dice roll is four, five, six, eight, nine or ten - this will signal that the Point has been established.

     

    The Point Roll

    Once a Point has been established, the Pass Line bet stays active until the Point has been won or a seven is rolled.

    It is possible to place an Odds bet after the Point has been established.

    Placing an Odds bet will cause a circular bet spot to appear next to your bet on the Pass Line.

    The Odds bet will win together with the Pass Line bet, but the payout might be different depending on the Point value.

    It is possible to place new bets during Point Rolls.

    The Puck will change to 'OFF' after the Pass Line bet has been resolved - a new Come Out roll will occur afterwards.


    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.