Sic Bo
They don’t come much simpler than this! Three dice are rolled, and you bet on the result. Great fun for a fast gamble!

Sic Bo is a Chinese word for “dice pair”. In spite of the name, three dice are used in the game. The idea of the game, which originates from Ancient China, is simple – you make abet on a certain kind of a dice roll result. Then, the dice are rolled. If the result you bet on does appear, you win; if it does not, you lose your bet. You rarely see Sic Bo in British casinos, but it’s a common sight online. To play, just follow these simple instructions
Click on a chip of desired value to select it. Then click on any bet area on the table to place your bet there. Every click on the area adds one chip to the bet. Select another chip if you wish to increase the bet by some other amount. Right clicking on the area removes one chip.
Click the Roll button. Dice are now rolled and you will see the game result. Click New Game if you wish to play again. Place your bets as described above and click Roll. You can also click Reber to place the same bet as in the previous round.

One thing to bear in mind when playing Sic Bo is that you can place multiple bets at the same time. You can identify the different bet areas on the table by placing the cursor on an area and reading the info text on the status bar (the low edge of the screen). Sic Bo features the following betting options.
A Small bet wins if the total sum of the three dice is 4 to 10. A Big bet wins on a total of 11 to 18. Neither Small nor Big bets wins if the three dice are of the same number (three of a kind).
Small and Big bets pay out at a ratio of I to 1
Placing a number bet means that you’re betting on a specific number appearing on as many dice as pos­sible. All you have to do is select a number from 1 to 6, and then place your chips on the corresponding area. If the chosen number appears once your bet pays I -to-I. If it appears twice your bet pays 2-to – 1, and if it appears three times your bet pays out at 3-to-1
Make a bet on any of the 15 possible two dice combinations (for example 3 and 4; 2 and 5 or 2 and 6). If both appear, your bet pays 5-to-1.
You bet on a specific pair to appear (for example, two threes). If at least two of the numbers that you’ve picked get rolled, then you’re paid out at a rate of 10 to 1.
You bet on a specific triple to appear (for example, three 2’s). If the chosen triple appears, you win 180 to 1.
You win if all three dice have the same number (any three of a kind). Status bar info text for this area is “Any Triple”. If you’re lucky enoug to win this bet, then the payoff ratio for this bet is 30 to 1.
Placing a total bet means you want the total sum of the three dice to be a certain amount. Possible totals are from 4 to 17.3 and 18 (which are also possible with three dice) are excluded. Status bar info text for these bet areas is “Total of 47, “Total of Y , “Total of 6”, etc
The pay ratios for the total bet depends on the sum:
Total of 4 60to 1
Total of 5 30to 1
Total of 6 17 to 1
Total of 7 12 to I
Total of 8 8 to 1
Total of 9 6 to 1
Total of 10 6 to I
Total of 1l 6 to 1
Total of 12 6 to 1
Total of 13 8 to 1
Totalol`14 12 to I
Total of 15 17 to 1
Total of 16 30 to 1
Total of 17 60 to I