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  • Dice
  • How to play

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INTRODUCTION

Dice offers you the opportunity to bet pre-roll and 'in-play' on the outcome of three rolls of a set of dice. Once you've chosen the number of dice you want to use (choose between two or four), you then select which market you want to place your bet on. Before each throw you are given a prediction on the outcome of the three rolls. At each stage you can select to bet higher or lower than the prediction, or skip the bet and wait for the next roll.

THE BASICS

Once the game loads you'll be asked straight away whether you wish to play a two dice game or a four dice game. Both formats have three markets (see markets section below for full details) each so select the one you want to play and you'll be taken straight through to the game. At that point a price will be generated and you can either place a bet before any dice have been rolled or alternatively skip the first round of betting, see what happens on the first roll and then decide whether to buy or sell. Regardless of whether you bet or skip, a new price will be generated after each roll of the dice.

THE MARKETS

  • 6 of a Kind (2 Dice Game): Two dice will be thrown three times. 6 of a kind is a prediction of 6s that are thrown – the more 6s that are thrown, the more points are awarded
  • Evens v Odds (2 Dice Game): Two dice will be thrown three times. Evens v Odds is a prediction of the supremacy between the total on the Evens numbered dice and the total on the Odd numbered dice
  • Multi-Value (2 Dice Game): Two dice will be thrown three times. Multi-Value is a prediction of the three two-dice totals multiplied together
  • Total Value (4 Dice Game): Four dice will be thrown three times. Total Value is a prediction on the total number of all 12 dice
  • Roll x Total (4 Dice Game): Four dice will be thrown three times. Roll x Total is a prediction on the grand total of multiplying the four dice total in each throw by the throw number
  • Reds v Whites (4 Dice Game): Four dice will be thrown three times. Reds v Whites is a prediction of the supremacy between the total on the Red dice and total on the White dice
Please note: spread betting can result in losses greater than your initial deposit or credit limit. For more information see our Risk Disclosure Notice.