Pitting player against croupier, Sharp Shooter is an exciting duel staged on the virtual velvet of an online casino. The weapon you sling is three dice to try and take down the croupier, but will your aim be true?
A thrilling dice duel between player and croupier
Game Type: Casino Game
Payout: 95% - 95.30%
Available on Mobile: ×
Available on Desktop: ✔︎
UK Compliant: ×
Why You Should Play Sharp Shooter
Sharp Shooter is a table game which is fun to play and really easy to understand. Entering the world of a luxury casino, you take your place at the table and go head to head with the croupier. The element of competition adds a real thrill to proceedings, especially as you continue to sling dice at each other and wait with bated breath to see if you will win. Visually, it is a simple but effective game and each roll of the dice can be a spine-tingling event!
How to Play
The game starts when you take your place at the table and you are invited to select a chip from the stack at the bottom of the screen. The options are 0.1, 0.5, 1, 5, 10, 25 and 100. Select ante to place your chips on the table and then you are ready to roll.
The croupier starts by rolling three blue dice, and the numbers they throw will be displayed in the top-right corner. It is your mission to try and match the numbers rolled by the croupier. You have three turns in which to do so, rolling three dice each time. You could match all three on the first throw for the biggest payout if you are lucky, or take out one of the croupier’s numbers on each of your three rolls.
Each of the dice can only take out one of the croupier’s dice. For example, if the croupier rolls 1, 1 and 2, and you roll 1, 5 and 6, you have only matched one of the croupier’s 1s. If you roll 1, 1 and 6, you have matched both of the croupier’s 1s and only need to match the 5 from your remaining rolls.
You can either tap Roll to quicken the pace or let the timer count down from five seconds, and your three red dice will then hurtle from the right to the left before settling into position.
Once you have rolled three times and either won or lost, you can decide to either bet the same stake again, rebet with a chip twice the size, or place a new bet. The minimum stake for the game is 10p, and the maximum is £200.
As a player, you receive bigger wins for matching the croupier’s numbers as quickly as possible. The best you can do is match the croupier’s numbers exactly with your first three dice.
Win on the first roll – pays 8/1
Win on the second roll – pays 7/5
Win on the final roll – pays 1/2