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High Dice

Simple.

The Specs
History
How to Play
From the Player's Session...


THE SPECS
Players: 2 or more
What you'll need:
  • Dice


  • HISTORY
    The origns probably date back to the first dice games ever played, but who really knows...

    HOW TO PLAY
    Generally, High Dice is played against the bank, but can be played against another player as well. The bank(or the opposing player) rolls a number of dice, usually two or three, and players try to roll a higher number. If they succeed, they win the pot, if they lose, the bank wins.

    Variations:
    As stated, High Dice can be played with any number of dice. In the Playerís Session, the Brothers Graham tried with 14 dice. It can also be played as ďover-under,Ē with players betting to beat the bank or go under.



    FROM THE PLAYER'S SESSION
    For more about the Brothers Graham Player's Sessions, click here.
    Kahlon's Review
    Jordan's Review
    This might be the hardest game Iíve had to review. On the one hand, itís so simple and, well, boring, that I feel I canít give it more than a one. But in discussing this with Jordan, it seems that this is actually the basis for many other games. Just look at craps, one of the most popular gambling games in the world. That in mind, Iím giving High Dice a two-face.


    This is really more a determination roll than an actual game, but it can be played as one. Not much to say, other than itís kind of funny when you play it with more than two dice.


    The Final Word
    Weíve really said all there is to say in our individual reviews, and, to avoid driving it into the ground, we both agree this is a two-face.

    Final score:
    ^top

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