Casino Dice on the Sky Vegas online casino is a simple game where you predict the outcome of a dice roll.
The idea of this online table game is to place a wager on the outcome of a dice roll with favourable returns if your number comes up. You can place a number of different bets on the outcome of the dice roll similar to the bets wagered on a roulette table. You can bet on any single number from 2-12 or simply select one of three ranges – upper (10-12), middle (5-9) and lower (2-4). Alternatively you can split your bets between two numbers by placing a chip on the join line of two single numbers, covering both when the dice are rolled. As you rollover your selections a floating info box will appear with the relevant odds and should you place a bet it will tell you the potential payout and the amount staked.
Stakes can be as little as 5p or as high as £100 and you can bet on as many numbers as you wish and like all casino games these are represented by chips, which can be selected on the right-hand side of the table. Once your happy with your bets, hit the roll button and wait for the outcome of the roll.
Should you strike it lucky Casino Dice offers you the chance to double your winnings. If you decide to gamble you will be asked to predict whether the second die of a two dice roll is either higher or lower than the first. If you win again then you can try to double up a second time but if you get it wrong then you will lose your winnings from the previous roll. If the two dice are the same value then you get to roll again but if you’re unlucky enough to roll the same numbers again, you lose.
Table Stake Settings:
Min Stake: 5p
Max Stake: £500
Select the chip amount you want to bet with by increasing and decreasing the value using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ buttons on the control bar.
Then click on the bet type you want. As you rollover any of the bets a floating information window will appear informing you of the odds for the bet. Once you place a chip this same window informs you ow much has been staked for this and the potential payout for it.
Once you have placed all the bets you want, press the ‘ROLL’ button to confirm the bets and start the game.
The ‘Rebet’ button allows you to place the previous chip arrangement with just one click.
To remove all bets simply press the ‘Clear All’ button, and all the chips will be cleared from the bet board.
The total stake window will show the total value of all the bets placed for a draw allowing you to check how much you are staking for that draw.
The player can click on any single number to place a chip and therefore place a bet for that number being rolled.
The player can place a chip on the join line of two single bets to cover both numbers with your chosen chip/stake value.
The player can place a bet on number ranges, these are Upper, numbers 10 - 12; Middle, numbers 5 - 9; and Lower, numbers 2 - 4. Players simply click on these bet sections to cover these numbers.
Double Up Feature:
Should you choose to play for the ‘double your money’ feature then you need to predict whether the last dice rolled (from a two dice roll) will be higher or lower than the first. You simply press the associated button for your choice, then a dice rolls onto the game board followed shortly by another one to give the result. Every winning decision results in the player being given the choice to double your money (winnings) or collect. Any wrong decision results in the player losing all their winnings.
Should both dice that roll in be the same value, then players do not win and are asked to choose again, if the dice that roll out after your choice are again of the same value as each other the player loses.
This game is regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 97.19%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company in accordance with AGCC regulations.
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