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Sic Bo is an ancient gambling game from China. The game is very popular. Sic Bo translates to mean precious dice. Most casinos, both on and offline, have only one Sic Bo table, despite its popularity both in the United States and in other countries. In the game of Sic Bo, there are three dice that are use.
Sic Bo Payouts Explained
Players have many different options in betting based on the roll of the three dice. The particular table layout and odds often vary, but the payouts associated with the game are the usually the same. There are several different types of bets available in the game of Sic Bo such as small bets, big bets, the total of 4 and 17, the total of 7 and 14, the double, the triple, to name a few. With the small bet, wins occur on a total of 4 to 10 and pay 1 to 1. For big bets, these win on a total of 11 to 17, except when there is a three of kind. That same rule also applies to the small bets. The big bets pay 1 to 1. The total of 4 and 17, gives a payout of 50 to 1 in most casinos.
Certain bets pay 60 to 1 as well. The double bet is when a player bets on a specific pair (an example of this is betting on two 1s). The player will win if at least two of the numbers chosen appear. The pay is typically 10 to 1. The triple bet is betting on three numbers. The casino player wins with this bet if all three of the dice match the chosen number. Usually the payout here is 150 to 1. The any triple bet is a bet that wins on any type of three of a kind.
Some Sic Bo tables use pictures rather than numbers. With these bets, known as Yee Hah Hi, each of the pictures is associated with a number. In addition to the traditional betting on the Sic Bo table, there are also bets in accordance with the symbols of the fish, the scorpion, the goard, the coin, the crab and the rooster.
Each of the symbols corresponds to a particular color and number. The fish corresponds to red and so does the rooster. The scorpion corresponds to green as does the crab. The goard and coin correspond to the color blue. Players can bet on all same color, which wins if all three of the dice are the same color. This bet pays 7 to 1. Players can also bet on exactly two of specific colors, which wins if there are exactly two dice specifically showing the selected color. This bet pays 3 to 1. Winning can also happen on exactly one specific color, which pays 1 to 1.