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Game Description

First Person Craps is another successful title from the First Person series of games by Evolution that gives players full control of the action while maintaining the same gameplay features and excitement of the live dealer versions. 

A random number generator powers the game. Unlike the live dealer version where a mechanical hand is throwing the dice, this version’s outcomes are randomly produced by a complex algorithm. The players initiate the game by placing their bets and hitting the Roll button. 

Like the live dealer version, the game is viewed through different dice rolls instead of rounds since some bets are resolved after several throws, rather than a single one. There are many features present in First Person Craps, such as an interactive tutorial, the GO Live button that takes you to the live version instantly, and much more. 

Environment 

The digital studio is the exact copy of the one from the live dealer version, down to the very last detail. The dimmed lights, the speakeasy atmosphere and decor, and the fast-paced and thrilling action are all present and will help the players feel like they are in a real 1930s game house in Prohibition-era Chicago. 

Game Features

  • Craps tutorial 
  • My Numbers feature (the numbers you are rooting for are displayed and their potential payouts)
  • GO Live button 
  • Fast-paced action 
  • Roll button initiating the dice throw 
  • Considerable payout percentage 

Payouts

The theoretical payout percentage in the game ranges between 83.33%  and 99.17%, depending on the type of bet. The payout structure is as follows: 

Multi-Roll Bets 

BET 

PAYS 

Pass Line / Don’t Pass

1:1

Come / Don’t Come

1:1

Take Odds Pass Line / Come

4 or 10 

2:1 

5 or 9

3:2

6 or 8

6:5

Lay Odds Don’t Pass / Don’t Come

4 or 10

1:2

5 or 9

2:3

6 or 8

5:6

Place to win 4 or 10

9:5

Place to win 5 or 9

7:5

Place to win 6 or 8

7:6

Place to lose 4 or 10

5:11

Place to lose 5 or 9

5:8

Place to lose 6 or 8 

4:5

Hard 4 or 10

7:1

Hard 6 or 8

9:1

 

One Roll Bets 

BET 

PAYS 

Field

3, 4, 9, 10, or 11

1:1 

2 or 12

2:1

Seven 

4:1

Craps

7:1

Crap 2

30:1

Crap 3

15:1 

Crap 12

30:1

Eleven 

15:1

C&E

2,3 or 12

3:1

11

7:1

Gameplay Tutorial

The gameplay in First Person Craps gets underway when a player selects the amount they wish to bet and the bet type. The player then hits the Roll button, which places them in the role of the shooter

There are two types of dice rolls in the game: the Come Out and Point roll. The first two bets you can place in the game are the Pass Line and Don’t Pass bets. If you wager on the Pass Line, your bet will be successful if the outcome is either 7 or 11. If the total of the dice shows 2, 3, or 12 and you placed the Don’t Pass bet, you win. If the dice total shows  4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10, the Point is established, and you proceed to place your Odds bets. 

The game will continue until 7 is rolled or until the new roll’s outcome equals the total of the roll that initiated the Point. Different bets can be placed during various stages of the game, and the most popular ones are Win/Lose, Hardways, Field, Seven, Craps, C&E (Craps & Eleven), etc. 

Video Description

Multiple cameras follow the action in First Person Craps from various angles, allowing the player to survey the table at all times. The zoom-in on the dice shows the outcome of the roll to make everything as transparent and fair as possible. The HD quality of the graphics is Evolution’s trademark, and we’re happy to report that First Person Craps is no different. 

Native Speaking Dealers

First Person Craps is currently available in English. Still, given how Evolution offers various language customization options, the game is expected to be available in all Evolution-supported languages, such as Spanish, German, French, Turkish, Russian, and more. 

Mobile/Desktop Interface

Thanks to the HTML5 technology used to create First Person Craps, the game is accessible on all types of mobile devices, irrespective of their operating systems, as all are supported. The game is playable in both landscape and portrait modes and is responsive and easy to navigate, facilitating gameplay to a great extent.

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