Dream Catcher Live
All details below were correct when published on 30th August 2019. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
If you’ve seen the wheel of fortune or a game of chance that involves spinning a wheel to determine a prize then Dream Catcher will be instantly familiar. The game was the first in Evolution Gaming’s Money Wheel series and it has paved the way for Deal Or No Deal and Monopoly versions. We’ll feature those games on other pages. Dream Catcher is a simple game to play and understand. It’s a live casino game where the host presenter spins a wheel. On the wheel are 54 various segments and players bet on the segment that they think will “win” that round. The numbers that can be bet on are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40. These correspond to the prizes that can be won (1:1, 2:1, 5:1 etc).
The distribution of numbers on the wheel are as follows: 23 x 1, 15 x 2, 7 x 5, 4 x 10, 2 x 20 and 1 x 40. Additionally you will find a x2 and x7 multiplier on the wheel. If the spin stops on either of these segments then they act as a “bonus spin”. The multiplier then comes into play on the next round! All current bets will remain in play for that next round but no new bets will be taken. Consecutive multipliers are unlimited subject to a default maximum win of £500,000. Wagering on Dream Catcher starts at 10p but the maximum bet can be as high as £2500 depending where you play.
Dream Catcher Strategy
During gameplay you can interact with the host via a chat window. This makes game play more immersive and fun. Dream Catcher is available to play at a wide range of casinos. However some brands have their own versions of the game. For example you can play Top Wheel Treasures at Casumo. It’s essentially Dream Catcher but just for Casumo players! As it’s the same game this means you can adopt the same strategy when it comes to playing.
We don’t think that there is a strategy for playing Dream Catcher. Ultimately it’s a game of chance where each spin is independent of the one before. You can hedge your bets and spread across the higher winning options in the hope they eventually come up. Alternatively you could simply target 1s and 2s and see if a slow and steady approach yields dividends. Finally you could go gung-ho and stick to betting on 40 until your luck comes in. The key fact is that the best you can win is 40/1 (on one spin without a multiplier) but the chances of getting that 40 is 54/1. In other words the house will always win in the end.