A Sic Bo wager where a player wins as long as all of the three dice display the same number. Not the same as a Triple bet. This pays out at 30 to 1, which is more than the majority of the casino wagers.
The amount of money that a player has at his or her disposal for gambling, on or off of the table.
A betting table gives players a chance to make their wagers from the top down.
This is a wager that wins when the sum of the dice is between eleven and seventeen. The payout for a Big Bet in Sic Bo is 1 to 1, and the low house edge makes this perfect for new players.
The device used by the game's dealer to shake the Sic Bo dice before the roll.
The clearing of all bets from the table and returning all chips to their rightful owners (either winning players or the house).
Six-faced cubes. Each side of the cube contains one to six dots, and each side is distinct from the others. Three dice are rolled in the game of Sic Bo, and their final position determines which bets win and which bets lose.
A bet that two of the three dice will display a specific number. Players can only make a double bet on numbers ranging from one to six.
This is a bet made that two different numbers will appear on two of the three dice. There are fifteen possible combinations of Duo wagers in the game of sic bo.
Slang for making the same bet (with the same value) as the previous round. Re-betting is, as with most casino games, quite common in sic bo.
A wager on one number; sometimes called a “single” bet. The payout for one dice matching the number is 1 to 1, while getting two or three dice with the correct number will offer higher payouts.
This is a wager that wins when the sum of all dice is less than eleven. With the exception of triple ones, triple twos, and triple threes. The payout for a Small Sic Bo bet is 1 to 1. Though not particularly exciting, this is another great bet for new players.
A feature that is only offered by online casinos. The spin button sets the cage in motion, spinning the dice to prepare for the roll.
A strong sic bo bet is any kind of bet that necessarily applies to all three dice at the same time. For example, betting that the three dice will all display the same number is considered a Strong Bet. Ironically, these bets tend to carry high house edges, which make them weaker options.
A bet made on the exact value of the sum of all three dice. This famous kind of sic bo bet is obviously unlikely to win, but it does come with a high payout.
This is a wager that all three dice will show the same, specific number. Of all of the sic bo bets, this is both the least likely to win and the most lucrative, with a 180 to 1 payout! It might not be the smartest bet in the house, but who can argue with that kind of payout?
This is the opposite of a strong bet; a wager that does not depend on all three dice at once, but rather only one or two. An example would be making a Simple Bet.