First Person Craps is an entertaining online casino game offering plenty of opportunities to win.
This game is played with two dice - you need to correctly predict the outcome in order to win.
Place your bet.
The dice will then be thrown in two stages:
- Come Out Roll - the first dice roll
- Point Roll - the second dice roll
Some bets can last for just one roll and others for several rolls in this game.
Come Out Roll
Wait for the Puck to read ‘Off' - you can now place a chip on the Pass Line bet spot on the betting grid.
The following will then be highlighted in the 'My Numbers' section:
- Potential wins for a seven and 11
- The winning numbers for each dice roll (these will be highlighted in yellow)
When the betting time has expired, the dice will be thrown:
- If the result of the roll is a seven or 11 – you win and the bet is resolved
- If the result of the roll is a two, three or 12 – you lose and the bet is resolved
In either of the above cases, the Puck will remain 'Off' and you can place a new Pass Line bet.
- If the result of the roll was a four, five, six, eight, nine or 10 – the Point will be established
In this case, the Puck will turn ‘On’ and be placed over the won total - that number will be called the Point henceforth.
When the Point has been established, your Pass Line bet will remain.
It remains until the Point is won (you win) or a seven is rolled (you lose).
You can also place an Odds bet once the Point has been established should you wish.
The Odds bet will win along with your Pass Line bet - please note the payout will be different depending on the value of the Point.
It's possible to place new bets during the Point Roll.
'My Numbers' will let you know what numbers you're rooting for.
When the Pass Line bet has been resolved, the Puck will change to 'Off', meaning it's time to place a new Come Out Roll.
First Person Craps RTP
Return To Player: 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.