This game originated from an ancient dice game descended from the Chinese. It's now a popular and much loved casino game. There are plenty of options to choose from marked on the table. Bets can be placed on all dice, one dice or a single number and any combination of these. You have three dice to throw so shake those dice and off we go…
Table Stake Settings:
Min Stake: £1
Max Stake: £1,000
Step 1. Click New Game, then select a stake by clicking on the bet tokens (chips) at the bottom of the screen. These represent actual values in your chosen currency:
Step 2. To place your bet, hover your mouse over the Sic Bo table. Potential bet selections should change colour as you move over them.
Step 3. Click on a single number or sequence of numbers on the table. The chip you have last clicked on will now appear on that position on the table. You may place as many different bets as you wish, provided each bet is within a specific limit. For details of bet limits and the types of bet you can place in Sic Bo please see the table below.
Tip: right click to remove a bet from the table.
Step 4. Click the Roll button to roll the dice. Three dice will be rolled inside their chamber. You can triple or double your original stake by selecting appropriate buttons. You can also clear selected stakes, or undo you last move.
Step 5. If the dice do not match your predicted numbers, you lose your stake. If your numbers or number sequences are correct, you win the payout associated with that bet. Winning bets will be highlighted on the table. The game ends.
Step 6. Click "Rebet" to play exactly the same bet as the previous game, or select a stake amount from the bet tokens and place a new bet on the table.
The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 97.22%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company.
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