Sic Bo Casino Game

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Sic Bo is a casino dice game that originated in China. The name Sic Bo translates to mean Dice Pair which is a little misleading as the game is played with three dice not two. Depending where you play the game is also known via several other names including Tai Sai, Dai Siu or Big Small.

The game offers a wide range of bets with payout's ranging from 1 to 1 to over 150 to 1 depending on the casino where you play. The most popular bets are the Big and Small bets which pay 1 to 1 and have relatively good odds of winning. The biggest wins are for the specific triples. Looking at the popularity of the game it's a great idea to buy casino software and start the online gaming business.

How to Play Sic Bo casino game

  1. Our version of online Sic Bo employs a real-life dealer who throws the dice, and the footage will be transmitted via a webcam onto your computer screen. This means that if a game is already in progress, you must wait until the next starts before being able to take part and place a bet.
  2. Once you can join Sic Bo game, specify your preferred chip value by choosing from the values offered at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Place the chips onto the area on the board that corresponds to the bet you want to make, by clicking on it. Each click will add another chip, and each right-click will remove a chip. The value of the chip can be changed at any time by repeating step 2. Complete your bet by pressing on "confirm". If you do not place any chips on the board (IE – don't make a bet) then your turn will be skipped for that round of the game.
  4. Bets must be made within the time limit designated for the game. When the dice are rolled no more bets will be taken, so make sure to place your bets quickly.
  5. If the results of the dice are what you bet they would be, you win and your winnings will be added to your Sic Bo player account.

Rules of Sic Bo Casino Game

The only thing you need to know when you start playing Sic Bo is the difference between the bets. Players should know that there is no limit to the amount of bets a player can make in each game of Sic Bo. The bets themselves are briefly explained at the bottom of the screen when they are scrolled over.

Number bet: bet on a number that you think the dice will roll up (the options being, plainly, 1 through to 6). You will know where to place you chips by looking at the status bar, which will show corresponding the number in words. The payout for the number you bet on appearing once is 1:1, for appearing twice it is 2:2 and for appearing three times the payout is 3:3.

Total Bet: bet on the total of all three dice outcomes combined from 4 to 17 (excluding numbers 3 and 18). The information bar at the screen's bottom will read "total of…", and you should stop on the area that presents the total you wish to bet on. The payout for this bet is based on the total rolled, as the chart below explains:

Total of 4

60 to 1

Total of 5

30 to 1

Total of 6

17 to 1

Total of 7

12 to 1

Total of 8

8 to 1

Total of 9

6 to 1

Total of 10

6 to 1

Total of 11

6 to 1

Total of 12

6 to 1

Total of 13

8 to 1

Total of 14

12 to 1

Total of 15

17 to 1

Total of 16

30 to 1

Total of 17

60 to 1

Big and Small bets: when you bet on a big bet, you are guessing that the total combined outcome of the three dice will be between 11 and 17. If you bet on a small bet you are guessing that the total combined outcome of the three dice will be between 4 and 10. Both these bets lose if each dice rolls up the same outcome. The payout for the big and small bets is 1:1, and they are displayed in the information bar like all other bets are.

Double bet: bet on the chance that the dice will roll up a pair, such as two 6's. By hovering your mouse over the relevant area, the information bar will feature "Double…". If more than one of the numbers you chose appears, your payout is 10:1.

Pair Bet: bet on the outcome of 2 dice only, for which there is only 15 possible combinations. The payout for this bet is 5:1 and is called "pair" in the information bar.

Triple Bet: the same as a pair bet but for all 3 dice, IE – guessing that all 3 dice will show the same number. It is called "Triple…" in the information bar (e.g.: "Triple Four") and has an incredible payout of 180:1.

Any Triple Bet: betting that all three dice will show the same number, but without betting on a specific number. It appears as "Any Triple" on the information bar and has a payout of 30:1.

Sic Bo is not as hard as it seems, just follow the steps on how to play and enjoy this online casino game