Bac Bo Live

Bac Bo Live

Play Bac Bo Live and explore a Baccarat game with a twist.

To win in this Live Casino game, your two-dice score must be higher than the Banker's.

If you tie with the Banker with a score of 2 or 12, you could trigger a payout worth up to 88:1!

What will you roll?


    Bac Bo Live Game Overview

    The minimum chip size available in Bac Bo Live is £1.

    The maximum chip in this game is £1,000.


    Aim of the Game

    Enjoy a fantastic twist on the popular live casino game Baccarat when you play Bac Bo Live.

    There are four dice in this game, and they are all shaken up in separate shakers.

    Two of these dice will form your score, and the other two are used to calculate the Banker's score.

    When you play this game, the aim is to correctly guess who will have the highest score, or whether it will be a tie.


    Placing a Bet

    Bets can be placed on you or the Banker having the highest score, or if it will be a tie.


    Dice Shake

    All of the four dice will be shaken at the same time during the betting period.

    Your first dice stops shaking first, and after this the Banker's first dice will also halt.

    Should your dice have a greater value than the Banker's, your second dice will stop before the Banker's second.

    Should the Banker's dice have a greater value than yours, then their second dice will stop before your second.

    The scores will be displayed on your screen as the dice stop shaking individually.


    Result

    Once the four dice have stopped shaking, the result will be shown on your screen.

    Whoever has the highest score with their two dice will be settled as the winner.

    If the end result is a tie, then different payouts are available. For example, if you and the Banker both have a score of 2 or 12, then the overall payout is boosted to 88:1.


    Return to Player 

    Return To Player (RTP): 98.87%. 

    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 £98.87 of wins.