Sic Bo Sunday, the hottest new game in town Dec 10, 2017 14:57:55 GMT -5
Post by XKI Casino on Dec 10, 2017 14:57:55 GMT -5
Dear Patrons, High Rollers and
We have very exciting news for you! There's a new game to be played at the Casino. It's called Sic Bo, and it originates in Asia. Seafarers defied the highest waves and severe tropical storms only to find shelter on our shores. Ecstatic with their rescue, they began to sing, dance and play games. One of those games was Sic Bo, a dice game. Our beloved friend @kozmix took a stroll on the beach one evening, he noticed the game being played and immediately recognized the potential of this game for XKI Casino. We are extremely grateful he brought this game to the attention of Siuts, the Casino Manager.
How it works
At XKI Casino we like to keep things simple for you and increase your chance of winning. So here’s how XKI Sic Bo works; During the week players can place up to three bets (as explained further below). Every Sunday, three dice are rolled by the Casino Manager here at the Sic Bo Table. The result of the rolling of dice can (and hopefully will) lead to payouts that the Casino Manager will process immediately thereafter. For each player a post is made on how much they won. Players can collect their winnings by clicking on the donations button, bottom left corner of their screen.
Every wager is based on the outcomes on three die. Each bet costs a minimum of 100 (one hundred) Tacos and maximum 1000 (one thousand) Tacos (which must have been transferred to the Casino via donation BEFORE the dice are rolled on Sunday) and players can place a maximum of three bets per week. Given below are the categories of bets:
Type A. Big, Small, Even or Odd You place a bet by posting any of the Capitalized words depicted below and you wire your wager sum (combined amount of Tacos) to XKI Casino. Getting it right means you've doubled your money. (With a minimum bet of 100 Tacos it pays 200 Tacos). Have a look at the Sic Bo Board for exact payouts.
If you think the sum of the numbers lies from 4 to 10 it is called a SMALL.
If you think the sum will be from 11 to 17, it is called a BIG.
If the sum is either 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 or 16, it is called an EVEN.
If the sum is either 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 or 17, it is called an ODD.
Type B. Double or Triple: Any or Specific.
Any Double: two identical numbers appear on the die. Getting this right will win you 500 Tacos.
Specific Double: the number given by the player appears on two die. Getting this right will win you 1200 Tacos.
Any Triple: all die have an identical number. Getting this right will win you 3100 Tacos.
Specific Triple: the number given by the player appears on all three die. The rarest of them all. Calling the correct triple will win you 18100 Tacos!
Type C. Specific SUM:
The number (a specific number from 4 to 17) given by the player is the total sum of the three die. Payout varies depending on the sum chosen by the player.
Three die total 4 or 17 wins 6100 Tacos
Three die total 5 or 16 wins 2100 Tacos
Three die total 6 or 15 wins 1900 Tacos
Three die total 7 or 14 wins 1300 Tacos
Three die total 8 or 13 wins 900 Tacos
Three die total 9, 10, 11 or 12 wins 700 Tacos
Example bets: (player places a 100 Taco bet)
BIG: The wager is that the sum will lie between 11 and 17.
This is what the Casino Manager rolls:
In this case the outcome is: 11, which is Big, players wins 200 Tacos.
ODD: The wager is that the sum of all die is an odd number (5,7,9,11,13,15,17) if so, player wins 200 Tacos.
This is what the Casino Manager rolls:
In this case the outcome is: 15, which is indeed an odd number, player wins 200 Tacos.
Any Double: wager is that a identical number appears on two of the three die. Wins 500 Tacos
Look at the die, in our first example: in this case the outcome is: double 5, players wins 500 Tacos
TRIPLE 4: This is the wager that all three die will show the same number and that number will be 4. Wins 18100 Tacos
SUM 11: This is the wager that the sum of all three die will be 11. It wins you 700 Tacos.
Again, if you look at our first example, the sum totals 11, should the player have wagered '11' they would have won 700 Tacos.
Enough talk..., Let's play!!
Given below is a Sic-Bo table, as seen in Casinos around the globe: