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Product Description

Each player starts with 3 chips. On your turn, roll the dice and pass chips left, right, or to the pot in the center. The last player with chips wins the center pot.

Product Information


  • 3 special dice
  • 24 chips
  • rules
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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3 in 24 reviews

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by Paula
A Blast
November 25, 2016

Our family loves playing games together every holiday. Since I was hosting Thanksgiving at my house, I decided to introduce our family to this game. As a schoolteacher, our students have actually played it at a station during field day, using red solo cups instead of chips. The kids loved playing as a team competition. Our faculty has also played it for money at our off-campus Christmas party. Everyone loves the game, and agrees it's the most fun part of the party. Therefore I knew it was something my family would enjoy. While some holidays we have 20 or more people, on this occasion we only had 10. One of the things we liked best was that during the earlier rounds you could turn and visit with each other while waiting for your turn. Everyone voted to play with the larger group at our Christmas gathering. My mother-in-law and father-in-law usually don't play our holiday games and say they simply enjoy watching the competition among their kids and grandkids. I successfully talked them into giving it a try and in the last couple of rounds they were the only two left in the game and were battling against each other. Playing for money was one of the things my father-in-law liked best! However it was my son-in-law who was out midway through the game, that snuck back in and won the pot of $30! Quite fun for all!

Short and sweet
December 14, 2015

The great thing about this that it is so simple. You can teach it to 3 year olds and to 30 year olds and it takes about the same time. Both will enjoy this. For adults you need to be in the right mood (party) and for kids anything goes.

And lets put it this way. I bought many other games that cost way more and lasted way less. This one I still play with my kids...

by Kerbel
Fun party game/Ice breaker
July 18, 2011

This is a fun and simple game to play with a lot of people at a party or a bbq. I would say up to 12 people or so is a good number. It's a good ice breaker. As an adult game, it is definitely more fun when played with money and you can even involve taking small shots. We played with quarters and we had a blast!

To the raters that suggested using regular dice, I suppose you could, but the point is it's a fast paced game and constantly reminding people what direction the numbers represent could be tiring and take too long, hence the letters on the dice.

Maybe the problem with the bad reviews before is how the game is marketed. It should definitely be marketed as a party game in my opinion.

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