Sic Bo is an ancient Chinese gambling game that means Dice Pair. Popular in regions in the world including Macau, Sic Bo is most likely found in Asian gaming rooms with only one table due to its popularity.
Sic Bo uses three dice and a table with a variety of betting options on the roll of a dice; however odds and table layout do vary from casino to casino. When it comes to payouts they are usually the same.
How to Play Sic Bo
- Step 1: Click New Game. Players will then have to select a stake by clicking on the bet token or also known as the chips.
- Step 2: Players will have to place a bet by hovering the mouse over the Sic Bo The potential bet selections change colour as a player moves over them.
- Step 3: Player will have to click on a number or a sequence of numbers on the Sic Bo, the chip that the layer last clicked will show on the table. Players may place as many bets as they choose to.
- Step 4: Players should now click the Roll button in order to roll the dice. Three dice will be rolled inside a chamber. A player can also triple or double their original stake by selecting the appropriate buttons. Players can also clear their stakes by clicking undo.
- Step 5: After the dice have been rolled and if they do not match, the players predicted number then they will lose their stake. If a player’s number are correct they will win their associated bet.
- Step 6: When a player clicks rebet they will play exactly the same bet as the previous fame.
Types of bets in Sic Bo
Single number bets
On the Sic Bo table where the single bets are made, players can choose a number between 1 and 6 and then they can bet on it showing either one, two or three dice with the payouts being 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1.
Two number bets
Players can here start betting on combinations. For two number bets as an example, the combination will appear on two dice whereas it would have only been one. The payout will then equal to 6:1.
Three number bets
Sic Bo really starts to get interesting in three number bets as players can bet on ALL three dice with either a big or small bet. A small bet is when players predict what the total of the dice will be between 4 and 10 with a payout of 1:1. A big bet is when players predict the total between 11 and 17 with a payout of 1:1.