Live Super Sic Bo is a dice game hosted by real-life dealers. Available at Evolution-powered live casinos, it is a traditional game of Asian origin with a modern twist. The novelty introduced with this version of Sic Bo game comes in the form of a multiplier than can go up to 1,000x. Being hosted by English-speaking dealers, the game is broadcast 24/7 from Evolution’s central studio in Riga, Latvia.
Although Sic Bo may not be as popular as other live casinos games, the Evolution take on it seems tempting due to random multipliers added to it. They provide players with more excitement and an opportunity to win a massive prize. Just like other games from the renowned developer, it boasts HD visuals and crystal-clear sounds with two different views – wide and close-up – for players to enjoy the gameplay to the fullest.
The game starts with the player placing their bet on one or more betting options on the layout. Although it may seem overwhelming due to multiple options, the betting layout is quite comprehensible with all respective payouts displayed. Once the bets are placed, the dice are shaken in a special transparent container, which adds more anticipation while waiting for the numbers to appear. You will watch the dice roll in a close-up and the same view remains until the dice stop and numbers are revealed.
The biggest attraction of Evolution’s take on traditional Chinese game are random multipliers that are added to certain bets. However, not all bets can get all multipliers. For instance, if you play the least risky, even-money bets, you should not expect to benefit from multipliers at all. On the other hand, a total of 4 or 17 pays regularly up to 50:1, but in Super Sic Bo, it can earn you up to 499:1. The riskiest bet, specific Triple, can pay up to 999:1 due to a random multiplier. However, instead of a regular 180:1 payout, in Super Sic Bo, a specific Triple bet pays 150:1.
Just like other Evolution Gaming live casino games, Super Sic Bo looks and plays amazing. However, gameplay-wise, we are not happy with the fact that the provider has reduced regular payouts to offer random multipliers. What’s more, these multipliers are added to the bets with a higher house edge, so you have to take risks to win them and you may end up winning just a reduced regular payout after all. The good news is that even-money bets like Small/Big and Odd/Even are not reduced. If you stick to a low-risk strategy and play them, you are granted a 1:1 payout.