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Live Sic Bo can be fun and exciting for all players as the action builds on a game that has a possible payout of 150 to 1.

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Sic Bo uses three dice on a layout that is quite different than the Craps layout. Sic Bo is an ancient Chinese dice game still played in many Southeast Asian countries, where it's known as big and small. Sic Bo is both exciting and easy to play, and offers players a wide variety of options. Payouts range from even money up to 150 to 1.

The betting options available at Sic Bo are formed by the various combinations obtained with three dice. These wagers and their payouts are reproduced on the gaming table. Players may wager on as many combinations as desired per game. After all bets have been made, the dealer activates the dice shaker. The outcome of each of the three dice appears on the display. At the same time, the spaces corresponding to the winning combinations light up on the table.

There are 8 different ways you can bet. You can bet on one number, which must appear on all three dice. This is called a Three of a Kind. There are 216 (6 X 6 X 6) dice combinations and only one of them can give you a 1,1,1 or 2,2,2 or 3,3,3 or 4,4,4 or 5,5,5 or 6,6,6. If you do win however, it pays 150 to 1. The odds of you winning would be 1 out of 216. You can bet on one number, which must appear on two of the three dice. This is called a Two of a Kind, such as a 1,1 or 2,2 or 3,3 or 4,4 or 5,5, or 6,6. This pays 8 to 1, although your chances of winning are 5.82%, as there are 12 ways of making such a combination.

You can bet that the same number from 1 to 6 will appear on all three dice, such as either a 1,1,1 or 2,2,2 or 3,3,3 and so on. This is called Any Three of a Kind and it pays 24 to 1. You have 6 times more chances to win relative to the Three of a Kind. The probability is still 6 out of 216 or about 2.78%. There is an area called Small; that pays even money, where you bet that the sum of the three dice will be equal to 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 excluding a Three of a Kind. That's why the 3 (3 ones) is not a winning bet, neither are the hard ways 6 and 9.

Similarly, there is an area called Big; that also pays even money, where you bet that the sum of the three dice will be equal to 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, or 17 excluding a Three of a Kind. That's why the 18 (3 sixes) is not a winning bet, neither are the hard ways 12 and 15, which again provides the casino edge. On the Sic Bo layout, there is a wide area with the numbers 4 to 17 written on them. Those numbers correspond to the sum of the three dice. Depending on the sum, the payout will range anywhere from 6 to 1 to as high up as 50 to 1.

You can bet on two different numbers, which must appear on at least two of the three dice. This bet is called Duo, and it pays 5 to 1. The dice combinations you can bet on are: 1, 2 or 1, 3 or 1,4 and so on; as long as the two numbers are not the same. The last type of bet is called a simple One of a Kind, where you bet on a single number that must appear on one, two or all three dice. This is shown in the layout as the dice face 1, or 2, or 3, or 4, or 5, or 6.

The payout table of this bet depends on the following:

If the number you chose appears on one of the three dice, you are paid even; If the number you chose appears on two of the three dice, you are paid 2 to 1; If the number you chose appears on three of the three dice, you are paid 3 to 1.