Chuck-a-Luck is a unique dice game where the object is to tumble three dice in a cage and then wager on how they will land once the cage comes to a rest. The dice are standard six-sided cubes, with sides numbered 1 through 6. The four different ways to make the bets are described below. You may move and alter the bets until the "No More Bets" sign appears. At that point all bets must stand.
If you place your wager on any of the six numbered squares known as the "Numbers Bet" you will win according to how many dice show the number you bet on.
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If you place your wager on the "Field" 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 the bet, if the point total of the dice is anywhere in the "Field" you will be paid 1:1 on your wager.
"Over 10" and "Under 11"
If you place your bet in any of the two "Over 10" or "Under 11" squares, then you are wagering that the sum total of the dice will be greater than 10 or less than 11, respectively. The payoff in both cases is 1:1.