**Chuck-A-Luck Rules **

Chuck-A-Luck
is a lively game where three dice tumble in a spinning cage and you
place wagers on how many dice will come up with your chosen number when
the cage stops spinning. It probably originated in British Pubs many
years ago and started without cages. Instead, gamblers used a horn-shaped
chute made of leather or metal to "chuck" the 3 dice across a table
and then take their "luck" on how they landed.

An interesting footnote to this is that metal chutes were easier to
fashion than leather ones - with tin being cheaper than brass -
and enterprising patrons who set up games with little money and a metal
chute were called "tin-horned gamblers".

Today, Chuck-A-Luck is a popular game at carnivals, fund raisers and
many first-class casinos around the world. It's fun and easy to learn,
so beginners take to it quickly, yet the simple premise offers the excitement
and high payout that keeps seasoned players coming back for more.

Game Play

The dice are standard six-sided cubes, with sides numbered 1 through
6 (represented as a corresponding number of dots). There are three dice
and they are tumbled together in an hour-glass shaped cage that spins
around it's horizontal axis. Players place bets by moving chips into
various boxes on the table.

The cage cannot start spinning until at least one bet has been placed
on the board. Players can click the Spin button to start it as soon
as they've finished placing bets.

At that point all bets must stand. Several seconds later the cage
stops spinning and the dice come to rest at the bottom of the cage.
The resulting numbers are taken off the top face of each dice to determine
the winning bets.

Our Chuck-A-Luck table offers six different ways to make bets:

- Numbers Bet
- Field Bet
- High Bet (Over 10)
- Low Bet (Under 11)
- Odd Bet
- Even Bet

Numbers Bet
If you place a wager on any of the six numbered boxes in the "Numbers
Bet" area (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6) you will win according to how many of
the 3 dice come up with that number on their top surface when they come
to rest.

Matching Dice |
Payoff |

1 (a Single) |
1:1 |

2 (a Double) |
2:1 |

3 (a Triple) |
10:1 |

Thus, if all three dice come up with the number 4, any wager on the
Number 4 bet would pay 10 to 1. You can bet on as many individual Numbers
as you like.

All of the remaining five bet types are based on the sum of the Numbers
showing on the 3 dice. Thus, a result with a 5, a 2 and a 4 would yield
a point total of 11. Point totals can range from 3 (triple 1's) to 18
(triple 6's).

Field Bet

If you place your wager in the "Field Bet" area then you are betting
that all three dice will add up to one of the numbers featured on the
Field. It doesn't matter where on the Field you place your chips. If
the point total of the 3 dice adds up to any one of the numbers shown
on the Field, you will be paid 1:1 on your wager.

High Bet (Over 10)

If you place chips in the High box, then you are wagering that the
sum total of the 3 dice will be greater than 10. The payoff is 1:1 unless
there is a high Triple (12, 15 or 18), in which case the High bet loses.
There are 108 possible combinations of the 3 dice that add up to Over
10, and only 3 of them are Triples.

Low Bet (Under 11)

If you place chips in the Low box, then you are wagering that the
sum total of the 3 dice will be less than 11. The payoff is 1:1 unless
there is a low Triple (3, 6 or 9), in which case the Low bet loses.
There are 108 possible combinations of the 3 dice that add up to Under
11, and only 3 of them are Triples.

Odd Bet

If you place chips in the Odd box, then you are wagering that the
sum total of the 3 dice will be an Odd number. The payoff is 1:1 unless
there is an Odd Triple (3, 9 or 15), in which case the Odd bet loses.
There are 108 possible combinations of the 3 dice that add up to Odd
numbers, and only 3 of them are Triples.

Even Bet

If you place chips in the Even box, then you are wagering that the
sum total of the 3 dice will be an Even number. The payoff is 1:1 unless
there is an even Triple (6, 12 or 18), in which case the Even bet loses.
There are 108 possible combinations of the 3 dice that add up to Even
numbers, and only 3 of them are Triples.

Game Controls

- Spin Starts the cage spinning to tumble the dice. Spin is inactive
until at least one bet has been placed on the table.

- Re-Bet Places the same wager amounts on the same bets as you had
for the previous Spin.

- Clear Clears all wagers from the table and returns the amounts to
your balance.

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