Super Sic Bo

Super Sic Bo

Trigger wins of up to 1,000x with our thrilling live casino game, Super Sic Bo.

    Super Sic Bo Game Overview

    Super Sic Bo is a thrilling casino game played with three dice.

    Your aim is to predict the outcome of the shake of these three dice.

    Once betting time expires, the dice are shaken to give an outcome.

    A number of the betting spots are randomly multiplied before the dice come to rest.

    Bet Types

    You can play many different kinds of bets in this game.

    Each of these bets will offer their own payout.

    - Small/Big - place your bet on the total of the three dice being small (4-10) or big (11-17)

    - Odd/Even - place your bet on the total number of the dice being odd or even

    - Total - place your bet on any of the 14 betting areas labelled 4-17

    - Single - place your bet on any of the six betting areas labelled 1-6

    - Double - place your bet on any of the six double-labelled betting areas

    - Triple - place your bet on any of the six triple-labelled betting areas

    - Any Triple - place your bet on this box to cover all six different triple bets at once

    - Combination - place your bet on any or all 15 possible two-dice combinations

    Winning Numbers

    The Winning Numbers section displays the most recent winning numbers.

    The result of the most recent game is shown on the left-hand side.


    This roadmap displays the pattern of the bet results - small, big, triple.

    Each cell represents the result of a past round.

    This allows you to better understand the trends of the most recent games.


    Big / Small1/1
    Even / Odd1/1
    Double8 - 87/1
    Triple150 - 999/1
    Any Triple30 - 87/1
    Total 4 or 1750 - 499/1
    Total 5 or 1620 - 249/1
    Total 6 or 1515 - 87/1
    Total 7 or 1412 - 29/1
    Total 8 or 138 - 24/1
    Total 9 or 126 - 49/1
    Total 10 or 116 - 24/1
    Combination5 - 24/1

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 95.02% - 97.22%

    The optimal theoretical RTP is 97.22%, based on small/big and even/odd bets.

    The expected return to player is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out between £95.02 and £97.22 of wins.