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Well! You made it this far. I’m glad you’ve taken the time to learn about Sic Bo Odds from my site. If there’s one thing that is certain about Sic Bo, with all the ways you can roll 3 dice, there are lots of different odds on the bets you can make. Once you’ve started to play a bit of Sic Bo, you’ll get to know which bets you feel more comfortable making, and which ones you want to stay away from. When you have a Sic Bo game downloaded to your computer and can play along as you read, you’ll get to know the Sic Bo odds much faster and get a head start at learning about this ancient dice game from China.

One of the most helpful things about Sic Bo odds is that all you need to know is laid out on the table in front of you. You can see more about this on my Sic Bo Table page. If you think you want to make a certain bet, the odds are listed right above or below the dice combination you’re betting on. You’ll notice that the odds change depending on the chances of the combination being rolled. That makes perfect sense from the casino’s point of view, because they won’t lose as much on the more commonly rolled combinations. When you first try Sic Bo, this can cause one of two things; either you’re attracted to the bets with the higher odds, in which case there’s less chance of winning but the win can be huge; or you’re attracted to the lower odds, which will give you more wins, but lower payouts. Either way, you still have to make a choice and pick the Sic Bo odds that you’re comfortable betting on.

Here is a list of the various bets and some of the most common Sic Bo odds that you’ll find out there:
  • First of all, at the bottom of the layout, you’ll see what are called the “Number Bets”. Here’s where you bet that a certain number will appear on any one of the dice. You’re welcome to pick any number you like, and the payout is different, depending on how many times your chosen number appears in the 3 dice combination. If you number appears once, the odds are 1:1, twice: 2:1, and a triple pays 3:1.
  • In the middle of the layout are the “Pair Bets”. Sic Bo odds for these bets are usually 5:1 or 6:1, no matter which “Pair” you bet on. This bet can be misleading if you’re not looking at the table, because you’re not actually betting on a true pair of numbers (or two of a kind). Those bets are placed at the top area of the table, and I’ll discuss them a little later. When you chose this bet, you are looking for a specific two-number combination to show up on the next roll. If both of the numbers you picked show up, you win.
  • Next up are the “Total Bets”. Here, you are looking for the total sum of all 3 dice. You can bet that any total from 4 to 17 will show up, and the Sic Bo odds for each total are a little different. Below, I made a list of the most common odds for each respective 3 dice total:

  • Dice totalOdds
  • 4 or 1760 to 1
  • 5 or 1630 to 1
  • 6 or 1517 to 1
  • 7 or 1412 to 1
  • 8 or 138 to 1
  • 9, 10, 11, or 126 to 1

  • Now to the top of the table. At the right and left corners you’ll see the words “Big” and” Small”. Here you place a bet on the dice roll total again. This is similar to the Total Bets, but you have more leeway here. “Small” means any total from 4 to 10, and “Big” is any total from 11 to 18. Both bets usually have odds of 1:1. The only thing to remember about this bet is that if a Triple is rolled (all 3 dice with the same value), you lose your bet no matter what the total.
  • In the middle at the top, between the Big and Small bets, there are areas for Doubles and Triples. With Doubles, you are betting that a particular double will be rolled. For example, you could bet on Double 4, and you’d be betting that at least two of the three dice to show up with 4’s on them. That’s how to win that bet.
  • And last, but definitely not least; the “Triples” bet. There are two types to choose from. You may bet, simply, that any triple will come up, which is shown by the area at the very center of the top portion of the table, and if any triple is rolled, you’ll usually get Sic Bo odds of 30:1 for your bet. On the other hand, if you bet on a specific triple, your odds go way up, to 180:1!

Now that you know something about the bets available at the table, and the Sic Bo odds that go along with each type, I should tell you that there’s nothing to stop you from placing multiple bets on the table at the same time. Just like any other gambling game involving dice, you can place as many bets as you like on each roll of the dice. This is definitely the way to maximize your winnings at Sic Bo, because if you only place one bet at a time, you’ve got a pretty small chance of winning it. With 3 dice on the go, the number of combinations are really high. Of course, if you’re a conservative sort of person, and don’t want too much excitement, maybe you do want to stick to the bets like Small and Big and the Number bets. You won’t win a heck of a lot, but you’ll be pretty consistent in winning a bit at a time.

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