Improve your chances at the table with our Sic Bo glossary
Sic Bo is a game of chance that is relatively simple follow. However, at first glance, the dice game often appears to be a difficult game to master, even to the ordinary gambler. In addition to our Complete Gambling Glossary, our Sic Bo glossary will help gamblers to better understand and familiarise themselves with the dice game.
Any Double: A bet that two of the three dice thrown by the dealer will match. Furthermore, this bet also goes by the name Any Pair according to our Sic Bo guide.
Any One Number: A bet that a specific number predicted will appear on at least one of the three dice.
Any Triple: A bet that any number will appear on all three dice thrown.
Big: A bet that the sum of the three dice thrown will be between 11 and 17.
Birdcage: This one of the variants of Sic Bo played with three dice, but, with poor odds. Furthermore, the game also goes by the names Chuck-a-Luck or Grand Hazard.
Cage: This is a device used to shake or tumble dice in Sic Bo.
Combination Bet: A bet that two of the three dice thrown will match two of the numbers specified by the player. Furthermore, Combination Bet also goes by the names Pair Match or Two Faces.
Cup: Similarly, to a cage and shaker, the cup is also used to shake or tumble the dice.
Croupier: This is the person in charge of the game at the Sic Bo table and is also goes by the name of the dealer.
Dai Su: According to our Sic Bo glossary, Sic Bo also goes by the name Dai Su, in Asia.
Dice: A three-sided cube marked with numbers 1 through to 6 used commonly used in dice games such as Sic Bo.
Dice Face: A bet on a specif number appearing on one or more of the three dice thrown.
Double: A bet that a specific number will appear on two of the three dice shown.
Even: A bet on the sum of the three dice thrown will equal to an even number.
Layout: These are markings used to indicate where bets can be placed on the Sic Bo Table.
Lose on Any Triple: This is a Sic Bo rule in which Big and Small bets lose if Any Triple appears.
Lucky Dice: According to our Sic Bo glossary, this is another name to refer to Sic Bo.
Odd: A bet that the sum of the three dice thrown will equal to an odd number.
Re-Bet: Repeating a wager made in the previous round according to our Sic Bo glossary.
Shaker: Another device used to shake or tumble dice onto to the Sic Bo Table.
Small: A bet placed on the sum of the three dice thrown totalling between 4 and 10.
Spin: This is when the Cage or Cup is in motion shaking the dice. Here, players have to place their bets before this action.
Tai San: According to our Sic Bo glossary, Sic Bo also goes by the name Tai San in Asia.
Three Dice Total: A bet on the sum of the face-ups pips on all three dice thrown that also goes by the name Total.
Three Single Number Combination: This a bet that a specified number will appear on all three dice thrown.
Yee Hah Hi: This another variation of Sic Bo played in Macau which uses symbols instead of numbers on the dice.
Hopefully, you’re now prepared to conquer the Sic Bo Tables on the best jackpot sites thanks to our SIC Bo glossary. Furthermore, don’t miss out on the opportunity to expand your knowledge on jackpot terms with our Bingo glossary and Blackjack Glossary.