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ziggy

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Staker Cee-lo-dice Guide
« on: October 05, 2018, 03:00:16 PM »



 
Introduction
Cee-lo is a betting game played with 3 six-sided dice with multiple variations. The game requires players to roll certain combinations to win.

Setup:
The game is played in a group and has two different modes it can be played in.
One mode is to choose one player as HOUSE and all other players bet against the Houser.
Another mode is to use a pot to place bets from all players and winner takes all.

3 six-sided dice is required per player.

Cee-lo Dice Game Play:
House Mode:

When game is played in House mode, the houser gets to roll first. Depending upon the rolled dice one of the following happens

1. Automatic Win – House wins automatically if one of the following combinations are rolled
    i) 4-5-6
   ii) Triples – All dice showing same number
   iii) Doubles with a six – Any two dice showing same number with third showing a six

2.Automatic Loss – House loses automatically if one of the following combinations are rolled
   i) 1-2-3
   ii) Doubles with a one – Any two dice showing same number with third showing a one

3)Set Point – If House rolls a double with third dice showing 2, or 3, or 4, or 5 then value of third die is assigned to the House as set point. This point will be used to decide the winner when other players have rolled and have not automatically won or lost.

4)Re-roll – When none of the above combinations are rolled, then players need to re-roll until one of the above combinations are rolled.


If House has an automatic win or loss then rest of the players do not have to roll since outcome is already decided.

When House has a set point then other players roll to place their bet against the Houser. Players have the same combinations for automatic win or loss. If they get a set point, then higher set point wins. Doubles have no weight in set point so if the House has rolled 3, 3, 2 and player rolls 2, 2, 3 then player has 3 set points against 2 set points of the Houser so player is the winner here.

If players don’t roll automatic win, loss or set point then they keep rolling until they roll one of the valid combinations.

If Houser and players have scored same set points, then its a tie and players get their individual stakes back.
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Re: Staker Cee-lo-dice Guide
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2018, 05:34:49 AM »

Hello,

Thanks fore explanation Ziggy. Sounds not so easy like this, will probably better understand in front of the game with your method.
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Re: Staker Cee-lo-dice Guide
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2018, 03:33:14 PM »

What will be the minimum (or maximum) bet amount possible here?
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