First Person Dream Catcher

Play First Person Dream Catcher and you could win big in this classic casino game.

In this game, simply bet on the number you think the wheel will stop at, then sit back and watch the wheel spin.

Each number has a payout linked to the odds of landing on it, with 2x and 7x multipliers included.

Will your number come up?

    First Person Dream Catcher Game Overview

    The chip sizes available in First Person Dream Catcher range from 10p to £100.

    Basic Rules

    Place your bets on at least one of the available numbers on the wheel - these are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 40.

    The winning number and the odds for the payout directly correspond.

    Two 'multiplier' positions are also on the wheel (2x and 7x), and these will act as bonus spins, being applied on the spin that follows.

    Bonus Spin Multiplier

    If the wheel ends on a multiplier segment, all bets placed remain active for the next spin.

    No new bets are allowed, and the wheel will re-spin.

    If the result of that spin is a win, then your winnings are multiplied by the multiplier that landed on the prior spin.

    Should the wheel stop on a multiplier again, it causes the multiplier to be multiplied once again.

    There is no limit to the number of possible consecutive multipliers, with the maximum win on offer being £500,000.


    Number on Wheel
    Amount of Segments
    2x1Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 2x
    7x1Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 7x


    There are 53 segments featured on the wheel, all being separated by pins.

    All of the segments relate to numbers, with two multipliers worth 2x and 7x also on the wheel.

    The wheel is spun by the live dealer, and when it stops the pointer at the top of the wheel will signify the winning segment.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.58%

    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 £96.58 of wins.