HOW TO PLAY
In case you are new to Sic Bo, it’s a dice game played with three dice where the goal is to predict the outcome of the dice roll. In classic Sic Bo, players have 52 betting options, as it’s possible to wager on the total of all three dice, or the result of one or two. There are many, many options to choose from – the most popular are the Small/Big and Odd/Even. Small/Big bets include wagering on the odd that the total of all three dice will be between 4 and 10 (Small) or Big (11 to 17). Odd and Even bets wager on the chance the outcome will be an odd or even number.
By far the best wagering option is Triple, which basically means you are betting on the chance that all three dice will have a specific outcome – the same number on all three. If you wager on a specific number – say, a Triple of 4s – you will win lots. If you think there will be a Triple but are not sure which number ot wager on, you can wager on Any Triple, which pays in case there’s a Triple but regardless of the number that’s on all of them.
In Pragmatic Play Sic Bo™, players can wager on the table by using table limits $0.10-$5,000. This is an incredibly generous betting range, so there’s a great chance the game attracts players with different playing habits.
Besides classic gameplay, Sic Bo™ by Pragmatic Play offers players a chance to win up to 210:1 (Triple bet). There are no Multipliers.
Pragmatic Play also has another Sic Bo table called Mega Sic Bo. Mega Sic Bo came out in 2020, and it’s a live Sic Bo table with Multiplier side bets that offer better payouts to players. However, the table is part of a popular series of live dealer games titled ‘Mega’ , which refers to their inclusion of Multipliers.
The game is simple and straightforward, which makes it perfect for novices and inexperienced players looking to enter the live casino sector but are afraid of high-risk games with great volatility. You cannot play it for free, only real-mode (but on any screen and platform you want).