Dream Catcher

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Around the wheel and the live dealer is a state-of-the-art multi-camera studio installation with light and sound effects auto-synchronised to the game action. This enables players to enjoy a fully immersive gaming experience in which the mounting excitement is relayed to their screens using a series of dynamic camera angles and close-ups.

The live dealer spins the wheel and interacts with players throughout. Players simply bet on the number they think the wheel will stop at: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40. If the player bets on the correct number they win a corresponding payout (e.g. 1 to 1, 2 to 1, 5 to 1, and so on).

The 2x or 7x bonus spin multiplier segments offer the potential for super-sized payouts.

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 To play Dream Catcher game, you simply need to place a wager of your choice on numbers 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40. These also represent the amount you’ll win, meaning a wager on 5, for example, provides a win of 5:1. A wager on 40 provides a win of 40:1 and so on. It is possible to wager on more than one number at a time, making this yet another live dealer game popular with strategies. 

One special feature is the multipliers that occupy two positions on the board, offering 2x in one segment and 7x in the other. These are not reward multipliers, but rather wager multipliers. Should the wheel stop on either of these, any bets you’ve placed are multiplied and the wheel spins again. Therefore, a wager on 5 to the value of 10.00, for example, would turn into a wager of 70.00 should the wheel stop of 7x. 

The payouts for Dream Catcher are straightforward and easy to remember. The odds match the number in the winning segment and bets are paid on a to one basis. As such, a win on 1 pays out at 1 to 1, a win on 2 pays out at 2 to 1, a win on 5 pays out at 5 to 1 and so on. The stake is also returned to the player along with the payout. 

Each number has a different amount of segments on the wheel. The number 1 is found most frequently on the wheel, with 23 yellow segments containing the number, making it a low risk bet. This also reflects in the lowest payouts of 1 to 1. The number 40 on the other hand only appears once on the wheel, giving it the lowest winning probability rate. Although the high payout ratio of 40 to 1 is key to the bet’s appeal. The x2 and x7 multiplier segments lock bets in place for another spin, and payouts are made according to the paytable, multiplied by the relevant multiplier value from the previous spin

Biggest Wins in Dream Catcher Game 
Dream Catcher casino game provides a unique opportunity to claim impressive rewards and various betting values. The option to wager on multiple numbers with unique values has become a popular choice, especially since Evolution Gaming features their regular betting interface, making re-bets and double ups easy to use. 

Evolution Gaming features an array of unique games with excellent reward opportunities and HD graphics as seen in Dream Catcher game.

This game is supplied by Evolution Gaming and is certified by the UK Gambling Commission as having been independently tested and up to the required standards for players in the UK. If you experience any difficulties with this game or any other game you should follow our Complaints procedure and contact us.

Playing Dream Catcher is incredibly simple. To play the Money Wheel game, you place a bet on the number you think the wheel will stop at. The dealer then spins the wheel. When the wheel stops, the winning segment is indicated by the leather pointer at the top of the wheel. Any bets placed on the winning number will be paid out at their respective odds. 

Any bets placed must be within the table limits, which are clearly displayed on the screen. A traffic light system will indicate when you can place bets (green), when betting time is nearly over (amber) and when no further bets can be placed for the current round (red). 

To place a bet, you select the value of the chip you would like to bet. Once you have selected your chip, you place the bet by simply clicking on your chosen number on the betting spot that sits in front of the wheel. You can increase your bet with each additional click. Players can bet on between 1 and all 6 betting spots. There is also a BET ON ALL button which allows you to quickly place a bet covering all bet spots. 

Once betting is closed, the dealer spins the wheel. After the winning number is determined and all winning bets paid out, betting opens for the following game round. You will have then have the option to repeat the previous bet, double the bet, or place a new bet.A bet is placed only when it has been received by our server from your handset using our software. 

The payouts for Dream Catcher are straightforward and easy to remember. The odds match the number in the winning segment and bets are paid on a to one basis. As such, a win on 1 pays out at 1 to 1, a win on 2 pays out at 2 to 1, a win on 5 pays out at 5 to 1 and so on. The stake is also returned to the player along with the payout. 

Each number has a different amount of segments on the wheel. The number 1 is found most frequently on the wheel, with 23 yellow segments containing the number, making it a low risk bet. This also reflects in the lowest payouts of 1 to 1. The number 40 on the other hand only appears once on the wheel, giving it the lowest winning probability rate. Although the high payout ratio of 40 to 1 is key to the bet’s appeal. The x2 and x7 multiplier segments lock bets in place for another spin, and payouts are made according to the paytable, multiplied by the relevant multiplier value from the previous spin

Once a bet has been placed it is final and binding and cannot be cancelled or changed. For the avoidance of doubt, a bet remains valid even if the result cannot for any reason be displayed back to your handset (due, for example, to a network failure, interruption of communication, or if you receive a phone call). In the event of a game termination, any relevant jackpot will be paid out on a random draw authorised by the regulator.

The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is up to 97%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company and monitored monthly.

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