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Lucky11 | Types Of【Sic Bo Odds And Bets 】!

Lucky11 | Sic Bo Probability
Lucky11 | Sic Bo Probability

Sic Bo is a chance game. Anyone can play because it requires no expertise. The mathematical probability of rolling various dice combinations determines the winning odds. But don't worry, you don't have to be a math whiz to enjoy yourself on these online games. Simply look at the table's payout odds. Lucky11 has a great way to figure out which dice combinations are more likely to be rolled.


The Total bet is the most basic wager on the Sic Bo table, and it involves betting on the sum of all three dice numbers. This ranges from 4 to 17 points (3 and 18 are covered by the Triple 1 and Triple 6 bets).

The payment changes on each Total bet vary depending on the likelihood of a specific total occurring. On the betting squares on the table, the payoff odds are plainly shown. The odds of rolling a total of 4 or 17 are, for example, 71 to 1. The house edge on this bet is roughly 12.43 percent, based on the casino payout odds of 60 to 1.


Small and Big bets are wagers on the cumulative sum of the three dice in a roll falling between 4 and 10 (Small) or 11 and 17 (Big) (Big). If any triple (i.e. the three dice come up with the same three numbers) emerges, the Big and Small bets are lost.

Big and Small bets have payout odds of 1 to 1 or even money, making them more conservative wagers. This is because, while the payout odds on certain bets are lower, the chances of them happening are higher. The likelihood of rolling this event, as well as any other 1 to 1 outcome, is approximately 50%.


A combination bet is a wager on any two of the three dice's specified numbers. For instance, if the three dice show 3,4,6, you might wager on a combination of 4 and 6. The third die in this example can be any number as long as the other two are 4 and 6.

Regardless of the combination, you bet on, the payout odds on a Combination bet are typically 6 to 1, with 6 units paid out for every 1 unit wagered. For example, if you bet $5 and win, you will receive a $30 payment.


A single bet is a wager on a single number appearing on any of the three dice.

The chances of your number appearing on one die are around 2 to 1, and the odds of it appearing on three dice are approximately 200 to 1, making this an exceedingly difficult outcome to roll.

The payoff odds for single bets are determined by the number of dice that come up with your number. If it appears only once, you will be paid 1 to 1. If it appears twice, you will be paid 2 to 1; if it appears on all three, you will be paid 3 to 1.


A double bet is a wager on the appearance of two specified numbers on any of the three dice. If the three dice show 2,6,2, for example, a double on 2 would win. You can gamble on any of the 1-6 doubles, with payout odds of 10 to 1. The odds of your number appearing on two dice are roughly 71 to 1.


Specific triple bets and any triple bets are the two forms of triple bets. If you bet on a certain Triple, you'll win if all three dice come up with the number you chose from 1 to 6. Rolling this outcome has real odds of 216 to 1, but payoff odds of 180 to 1. If any number appears on all three dice and you bet on any Triple, you'll win. The payout chances are 30 to 1 even though the true probability of this outcome occurring is 35 to 1. The house edge is determined by the disparities between payout odds and real odds.

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