Craps Live

Roll the dice in Craps Live!

Experience the fantastic live gameplay, with a number of ways to win when you correctly guess the outcome of the dice roll.

You can take a look at Easy Mode, extra betting features and My Numbers, which tells you precisely what you need to roll, as well as what you could potentially win.

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    Craps Live Game Overview

    The minimum bet sizes available in Craps Live is 50p.

    The maximum bet in this game is £2,000.


    In Craps Live, your aim is to correctly guess the outcome of the roll of two dice. 

    This game moves in different stages, starting with the first stage in the Come Out roll, the first roll of the dice. The second stage is the Point roll. 

    Some bets are resolved after one roll in this game, but others can be stretched across a number of rolls before they are resolved.

    How To Play

    There are numerous ways of playing Craps, featuring several different bet types. To find out more about the different bets in this game and when they can be placed, see the ’Types of bets’ section.

    The most common bet to place is the Pass Line bet, which can be placed only during the Come Out roll.

    Come Out Roll

    Wait for the Puck to say ‘OFF’, then pick a chip from the chip stack and place it on the Pass Line bet spot on the betting grid. After this, the ‘My Numbers’ display will highlight possible wins for 7 and 11.

    The winning number will be highlighted in yellow in ‘My Numbers’ on every roll of the dice.

    When betting time has expired, the dice launcher will throw the dice into the wall at the opposite end of the table.

    If the result of the roll is 7 or 11 – you win and the bet is resolved.

    If 2, 3 or 12 is the result – you lose and the bet is resolved.

    The Puck will still say OFF, which will enable you to place a new Pass Line bet.

    The Point will be established if the result was 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or 10. The Puck will be turned to ‘ON’ and gets placed over the won total. This number is now referred to as the Point.

    The Point Roll

    When a Point has been established, your Pass Line bet remains. Until either the Point is won (= you win) or a 7 is rolled (= you lose), the Pass Line bet will be active.

    When the Point has been established you will be able to place an Odds bet. 

    Next to your bet on the Pass Line, a circular bet spot will be displayed. This bet will win together with your Pass Line bet, although the payout may alter depending on the Point's value.

    You can continue to place new bets throughout the Point Rolls. You can keep an eye on the numbers you need to win by checking out ‘My Numbers’.

    The Pass Line bet is not resolved until either the Point has been rolled, or when a 7 is rolled. The Puck will change to OFF when the bet is resolved, at which point it will be time for a new Come Out roll.

    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.