Sic Bo is an ancient Chinese dice game where players bet on the outcome of the roll of three caged dice. You may place a single or number of bets on the table at the same time. The game table is divided into a number of betting “areas”, each one representing a different outcome or combination of outcomes that may occur.
How to Play
To play, select a chip value and then click on the selection(s) of your choice. To cancel any bets click on “CLEAR”. Place your chips on the table corresponding to one or more dice combinations. When you have placed your wager(s) click on “PLAY”. The dice cage will spin and the outcome of the spin will be displayed in the top right of the screen. Stars will appear on all of the winning combinations on the table and you’ll be credited with winnings if you have selected any winning space, or combination of spaces.
Single Number Bets
The bottom row of the table is divided into 6 betting areas. In this row, you bet on which individual number will show up after the dice are rolled. If one of the three dice shows the number you bet on, you will be paid at odds of 1 to 1. If two of the three dice shows the number you bet on, you will be paid at odds of 2 to 1. If three of the three dice shows the number you bet on, you will be paid at odds of 3 to 1.
Two Number Combinations
The two number combination bets consist of placing a wager on any 2 dice combinations. The odds are 6 to 1. For example, you bet that of the three dice rolled, at least two will show a five and a three. After the roll, the dice shows four, three and five, then you would win 6 times your wager. In a two number combination, it’s only possible to win once per combination, meaning that if the dice showed three, five and five you would only get paid once for the combination. If you bet on multiple two number combinations, and the three dice rolled match those combinations, you will win on each combination once.
Three Number Total
In this table area, you bet on the combined numerical result of the dice roll. A result of three or eighteen will always mean a loss for you, as those numbers are not available for selection on the table. Different results have differing payouts as outlined in the pay table at the bottom of this page.
Big or Small
If you chose to wager in these areas, you are wagering on the total numerical value of all three dice. The odds on this wager are always 1 to 1. Big is any numerical value from 11 to 17; Small is any numerical value from 4 to 10.
Not: all small or big wagers lose if the result of the dice combination is a triple
Triple and Double Bets
On the top row of the table you can place wagers on any of the following combinations:
Selecting Your Wager
Left click to select a chip value, next left click on the chosen betting area on the table. To add multiples of the same chip value, left click until you have reached the desired amount. To reduce wager amount or remove your wager from the table, right click on the chips already placed on the table.