The game has for guidance a large picture that consists of all the permissible bets – all 50 of them – and the payout that they attract so there is no confusion at all. The payout for this game is usually huge – from 1:1 to 180:1. There are three major types of betting here – the single dice wager, the double dice wager and the triple dice wager. The dice are tumbled by the dealer in a basket who will throw them face up on the table. As soon as the dice are shown, the dealer will enter the results in an electronic device which will then announce the winning combination. The dealer pays off the winning best and removed those which failed.
Here you would have to bet that any one number would appear on one dice. Since the number is limited to one dice it would be anything from 1 to 6. If you win you get pat at evens – 1:1; if your number comes on two dices then your payback would be 2:1 and if that same number is repeated on three dices, then your payout is 3:1.
The next bet is fixed on two of the dices at the same time. Here you also have the possibility to bet two numbers at one go – say, 2 and 6 should come in one roll of dice. If that happens, your payout is 5:1.
You can bet that three numbers would come up of the three dices. Here the payout is maximum – 180:1. This would need that all the three dices come up with one same number, say 3, 3, 3 or 4, 4, 4 – and the like. Instead of specific numbers you could just bet that the next roll would have a triplet (this could be any number – and you need not specify the number) for which the payout is 30:1. You would also be paid if you bet that a specific number would come on two dices – 10:1.
The three dice bet has another option open – you could bet that the sum of the three dice would be a certain number from 4 to 17. Here the odds are not fixed because they are influenced by the total bets placed. There would be two types of bets – 'small bets' that would call out any number between 4 and 10 and 'big bets' calling a total of 11 to 17. These exclude any types of triplets.