Pull up a seat and enjoy First Person Craps from just 50p!
The bet sizes available in First Person Craps range from 50p to £1000.
How to Play
The aim of the game is to predict the outcome of a roll of two dice.
There are several stages of First Person Craps.
The first stage is called the Come Out roll and is the first roll of the dice.
The second stage, and the second roll of the dice, is called the Point roll.
There are several types of bets available to be placed, each with different timelines.
Click the 'Types of Bet' section to view more information about the different bets available and how to place them.
Come Out Roll
Wait for the Puck to say 'Off' before placing a chip on the Pass Line bet spot on the betting grid.
The potential wins available for seven and 11 are highlighted in the 'My Numbers' display.
This display will highlight the winning number for each roll of the dice.
If the result of the roll is seven or 11, you win and the bet is resolved.
However, if the result is two, three or 12, you lose and the bet is resolved.
The Puck will stay 'Off' and a new Pass Line bet can be placed.
The Point is established if the result is four, five, six, eight, nine or ten - at this point the Puck will be turned 'On' and placed over the won total (this number is now called the Point).
The Point Roll
The Pass Line bet remains once a Point has been established.
The Pass Line bet stays in play until the Point is won or a seven is rolled.
You will have the opportunity to place an Odds bet once the Point has been established.
The Odds bet will win together with your Pass Line bet, but the payout will be different depending on the value of the Point.
New bets can continue to be placed during the Point Rolls.
The 'My Numbers' section will update you on which numbers to root for.
The Puck will change to 'Off' once the Pass Line bet is resolved, signalling it is time for a new Come Out roll.
First Person Craps Tutorial
If you would like to learn more about how to play First Person Craps, the interactive tutorial is available to enjoy.
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.