Sic Bo

Sic Bo

Enjoy a go at the casino game Sic Bo for a chance to win potentially big cash prizes.


    Sic Bo Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Sic Bo range from 10p to £1,000. 


    How to Play

    Sic Bo is a casino table game played with three dice.

    The aim is to correctly guess the outcome of the roll of these dice. 

    There more than 50 betting positions available in this game.

    You can place bets on the results of all three dice, individual dice or a combination of dice.

    To win, your chips must cover a bet that match the dice roll.


    Bet Types

    There are several bet types available in Sic Bo, all of which have their own payout.

    • Straight Sum Total - place your bet on the sum of the three dices being between, and including, 4 and 17
    • Small/Big - place your bet on the total of the three dices being small (4-10) or big (11-17)
    • Odd/Even - place your bet on the total number of the dice being odd or even
    • Specific Double - place your bet on the dice revealing at least two of the same specific dice
    • Specific Triple - place your bet on the dice revealing three of the same specific dice
    • Any Triple - place your bet on the dice revealing any three of the same dice
    • Domino - place your bet on the dice revealing two specific dissimilar dice
    • Any Number - place your bet on the appearance of a specific dice number. You'll win more if the number appears multiple times


    Payouts

    BetPays
    Straight Sum Total From 6:1 to 69:1
    Small/ Big 1:1
    Odd/ Even 1:1
    Specific Double12:1
    Specific Triple209:1
    Any Triple 34:1
    Domino6:1
    Any Number 1:1 on single; 2:1 on double; 14:1 on triple

    Placing a Bet

    To place a bet, choose your chip from the chip tray at the bottom and then select the designated area(s) on the table.

    Each selection will add one chip to your bet. 

    - Reveal - starts your game by revealing the dice

    - Clear/ Undo - removes your bet

    - Rebet - this will place the same bet as your previous round

    - Double - doubles the value of your previous bet

    Malfunction voids all pays and plays. 


    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.22%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.22.