Six Shooter is an entertaining table game which gives players the chance to demonstrate their dice-slinging expertise in a one-on-one showdown against the resident croupier. Will you be quick enough on the draw to claim a big win?
Test your mettle against the croupier with this fun dice game
Game Type: Casino Game
Payout: 94% - 94.54%
Available on Mobile: ×
Available on Desktop: ✔︎
UK Compliant: ×
Why You Should Play Six Shooter
Six Shooter is a table game which gives you the opportunity to go up against a croupier for the chance to win some amazing prizes. There is a sense of growing tension and excitement as you keep rolling the dice and they thud against the side wall before resting in their final position. Best of all, it is quick and easy to play and you do have a decent chance of winning.
How to Play
Once at the table, you must choose a chip that values either 0.1, 0.5, 1, 5, 10, 25 or 100. Tap the ante button to transfer your chip to the bottom of the table, opposite the croupier, then hit roll when you are ready.
The croupier rolls first and throws six blue dice. The numbers they roll are shown in the top right corner, and you must then try to shoot them down by matching the numbers. You have three goes in which to match the numbers, rolling three red dice at a time. You could match all six on the first throw for the biggest payout if you are lucky, or take out a couple of the croupier’s numbers on each of your three rolls.
Each of your dice can take out several of the croupier’s dice. For example, if the croupier rolls 1, 1, 1, 1, 4 and 6, and you roll 1, 2 and 3, you will eliminate all four of the croupier’s 1s and will only have to match 4 and 6 with your next two rolls.
Your dice will roll automatically after counting down from five seconds, or you can select roll if you prefer. Once you have rolled three times and either won or lost, you can decide to rebet, rebet with a chip twice the size, or go for a new bet. The minimum stake for the game is 10p, and the maximum is £200.
You receive a bigger payout for matching the croupier’s numbers as quickly as you can.
Win on the first roll – pays 12/1
Win on the second roll – pays 8/5
Win on the final roll – pays 1/1