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Sic Bo rules

Sic Bo is a table game. The table it is played on is similar to a Roulette table where you have many places on the table to place your bets. It is played with three dice which are used to determine the outcome of the game.

Single Number Bets

The bottom row of the Sic Bo table is divided in six betting areas. Those are called single number bets. In this row you basically bet which numbers will be showing up after the dices are rolled. If one of the three dices shows the number you bet on, you win and get paid a 1:1 odd. If two numbers show up you get 2:1 odds and if three show the odds are 3:1. For instance: You placed your bet on the number three on the table and two of the dice show a three you get double your stake back.

Two Number Combinations

The two number combinations offer higher odds but are harder to get. The odds here are 6:1. This combination bet consists of placing a wager on any two dice combinations. For instance: You bet on a one and a five. After the roll, the dices show one, three and five you would win six times your wager. In a two number combination it is only possible to win once though, so if the result of the roll would have been one, five and five you would only get paid once.

Three Number Totals

In the three number total you bet on the combined result of the dice roll. A result of three and eighteen will always mean a loss for you. Different results offer different odds:

Four or Seventeen offer 50:1
Five or Sixteen offer 25:1
Six or Fifteen offer 15:1
Seven or Fourteen offer 10:1
Eight or Thirteen offer 6:1
Nine or Twelve offer 5:1 and
Ten or Eleven also offer 5:1

Small or Big Wager

In this kind of bet you bet on whether the combined result of the roll will be either between Four and Ten (small wager) or between Eleven and Seventeen (big wager). The odds on this bet are always 1:1. If the result of the dice roll is a triplet (i.e.: 3 - Fours) both of the wagers lose.

Triple and Pair Bets

Here you bet on those triplets mentioned above. The odds are of course the highest of the game. They go as high as 150:1 depending on the house rules in the casino. Betting on a single triplet will give you the highest odds in this game. You can also bet on all six possible triplets at once, this is called any triplet. Or you can bet on a pair, which is obviously two dices of the same number. The odds are:

Triplet Bets offer 120-150:1
Any Triplet offers 25:1
Pair Bets offer 11:1

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