First Person Dragon Tiger

First Person Dragon Tiger

Who will you root for in the casino game First Person Dragon Tiger - the Dragon or the Tiger?

    First Person Dragon Tiger Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in First Person Dragon Tiger range from £1 to £1000. 

    How to Play

    The aim of this game is to correctly predict whose hand - the Dragon or Tiger's - will have the highest-value card.

    You can place bets on the following: the Dragon winning, the Tiger winning or a tie. 

    Place your bet to start the game. 

    Both the Dragon and Tiger will then be dealt one card face up. 

    The King is the highest-value card and the Ace is the lowest. 


    There are three different bets in this game: the main bet, Tie Bet and Suited Tie Bet.

    Each has a different payout.


    • Main Bet - Dragon wins or Tiger wins. Pays 1:1
    • Tie Bet - wins if the Dragon and Tiger cards are equal in rank, regardless of suit. Pays 11:1
    • Suited Tie Bet - wins if the Dragon and Tiger cards are equal in both rank and suit. Pays 50:1

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.27%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.27 of wins.