Sic Bo is a three-dice game of chance that originated from China, and its popularity across land-based gambling resorts in Macau makes it an indispensable part of the gaming offer in all online casinos that target Asian markets.
Thanks to its simple structure, it is easily adaptable for live tables - the MG Live Sic Bo table is streamed 24/7 and the dice are placed inside a transparent dome, handled by a dealer via remote control on the table.
Dice games, in general, are extremely rich in betting opportunities, and Sic Bo allows the players to bet on the following options: Big/Small, Odd/Even, Double, Triple, Any Triple, 4&17, 5&16, 6&15, 7&14, 8&13, 9&12, 10&11, Two Dice, and Single. The Big/Small and Odd/Even have the lowest payout rate (1:1) since the house edge on these bets is around 2.7%
The payout rates increase if the players are more specific in their predictions. For example, betting that all three dice will land on the matching number of pips will increase the stake by x180. The Small/Big and Odd/Even bet lose if the dice land on any Triple. The result of the previous rounds and the statistics for the Triples, Small, Big, Odd, and Even bets are displayed on the screen, along with the hit frequency for the individual number of pips. The players will not be able to place any wagers while the dice are shaking, and the results of every round will be displayed across the screen.
Due to the number of betting options, Sic Bo is not an easy game to follow, especially at live tables where the duration of betting intervals is fixed, and the players have limited time to place the bets. The user-friendly, intuitive interface is, therefore, essential for the optimal player experience, which makes MG Live Sic Bo table a great choice for any player, regardless of the skill level. The video quality is exceptional, and the players can even change the language settings, switching from English to Vietnamese, Indonesian, etc.