Crown & Anchor Review
Crown & Anchor is a luck inspired game designed by Microgaming and originated in the Royal Navy and was also played amongst British sailors, although originally the game dates back to the 18th century and remains a popular game. Played with three dices the aim is to predict what the rolling dice will display and if you are correct the prize is paid. Wins pays up to 3 to 1 and the game is so much fun that it keeps you entertained for hours.
Betting and Prizes
A great game based on pure luck enables everyone the same chances to win and the coin sizes for online play starts from $0.50 up to a maximum of $500 and the return to player percentage is relatively high at 92.13%.
In Crown and Anchor players get to try and match symbol to those revealed by the dices. First you need to place your bets by selecting from the six symbols available and then the game stars. Three wooden dices are thrown on the top of the wooden crate and the symbols displayed on the dices need to match the numbers selected.
Once one of your bet symbols match a dice wins are paid at 1 to 1, if you are in luck and two symbols matches the reward increase to 2 to 1 and matching all three dices the reward offer a payout of 3 to 1 and there are no bonus payouts offered in Crown and Anchor.
Theme & Design
The game display takes players of to sea and the wooden barrel and bet board is set on a wooden ship deck with a calm ocean in the background. Bets can be placed on the green board offering crown, anchor, diamond, spades, hearts and club symbols. The wooden dices can be viewed on the barrel and bets can be increased/decreased at the bottom of the screen. The game offers auto play and the history of previous games can be viewed above the winnings display.
Crown and Anchor offers online players a great break from the norm and all you need to do is to select the luckiest symbols from six, then place your bets and once your predictions are correct the game will keep you fascinated for hours. While it is a relaxing game the wins might be a lot more exciting than you expect, especially at three to one.