Sic bo

Sic bo (also tai sai, dai siu, big and small, hi-lo, and chuck-a-luck) is a popular game of chance that uses three dice. It is an ancient Chinese game that is played by two teams of players. While the game is popular throughout the world, there are many variations and rules. The most important thing to remember is that the goal is to win as many games as you can.

The basic rules of Sic bo are quite simple. The game revolves around a table with combinations of dice. Each combination has a certain chance of being rolled, so players must use their knowledge to make wise bets. For example, players can place bets on the Small bet, which excludes any triples. It has a 49.6% chance of winning, and pays out 1:1. In addition to winning, players can also win games with low house edge percentages.

While most casino games have a house edge, the odds are always in the casino’s favor. It is this fact that makes the game all the more enjoyable, but Sic Bo has a slightly higher house advantage. This makes the game more difficult to play, but the odds are in your favor. A standard table has a row of numbers ranging from four to seventeen. The Small division covers numbers four to ten, and the Big division includes numbers 11 to 17. If a roll of a dice falls between the 4 and 10 and the 17 and seventeen, the Small bet wins.