Dream Catcher offers an exciting opportunity to play the Money Wheel game of chance. This game features a large vertical wheel that is spun by the game host, creating a thrilling experience reminiscent of the Money Wheel games found in land-based casinos and popular TV game shows.
The wheel is divided into 54 equal segments, each separated by pins. Among these segments, 52 are marked with different numbers (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, or 40), each assigned a unique color. Your goal is to predict the number where the wheel will stop after the spin. If it lands on your chosen number, you win! Additionally, there are two special segments on the wheel: the 2x multiplier and the 7x multiplier. When the wheel stops on one of these bonus segments, it multiplies your next win, adding an extra layer of excitement to the game!
To participate in Dream Catcher, simply choose a number from the available options: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, or 40. Place your bet on the number you believe the wheel will stop at.
The game host will then spin the wheel, and the winning segment will be determined by the position of the flapper at the top of the wheel when it comes to a stop. If the flapper falls between two segments, the winning segment will be the one the flapper was passing, taking into account the direction of the wheel.
All bets are paid out based on a one-to-one basis, with the payout odds matching the number in the winning segment. For instance, if you bet on number 5 and it wins, you will receive a payout of 5 to 1. Similarly, a winning bet on number 10 pays out at 10 to 1, and so on.
If the wheel stops on a multiplier segment (2x or 7x), all bets will remain in place, and no new bets can be placed. The wheel is then spun again, and the outcome of the subsequent spin (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, or 40) will determine the winning odds as usual, but the payout will be multiplied by two or seven times, depending on which multiplier segment the wheel stopped on in the previous spin.
In the event that the wheel stops on a multiplier two or more times in a row, the multipliers stack. This means that the multiplied payout from the last spin will be multiplied again. The game host continues to spin the wheel until it stops on one of the numbers: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, or 40. For example, if the wheel stops on 2x and then on the next spin it stops on 7x, and finally on number 5, the outcome for a player who placed a bet on number 5 would be calculated as follows: (5 to 1) x 2 x 7 = (10 to 1) x 7 = 70 to 1.
Consecutive multipliers are unlimited, but there is a default maximum win displayed in the limits panel.
|Number on Wheel||Number of Segments||Pays|
|1||23||1 to 1|
|2||15||2 to 1|
|5||7||5 to 1|
|10||4||10 to 1|
|20||2||20 to 1|
|40||1||40 to 1|
|2x||1||Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 2x|
|7x||1||Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 7x|
There is a maximum payout limit for all your winnings in a single game round. To find the specific details, please refer to the Bet Limit table provided.
During a game round, your winnings have the potential to multiply up to a maximum cap of $500,000 or 20,000 times your bet.
It is important to note that if any malfunction occurs, the game round will be voided, and all potential payouts for that round will be canceled.
Return to Player
The optimal theoretical return-to-player percentage is 95.65%.