Much sooner than the development of playing cards, Chinese speculators delighted in an assortment of diversions of chance that utilized checked stones, tiles and dice. A few of these diversions have persevered through directly through to the advanced age, with principles remaining nearly the same consistently. One such diversion played with dice is called "Sic Bo," now and again alluded to as "Dai Siu," "Tai Sai," "Hello Lo" or "Of all shapes and sizes."
Monday, February 13, 2017
Played with three six-sided dice, the old Chinese diversion known as Sic Bo is anything but difficult to learn and play. It has a few likenesses to Roulette, in that the protest of the amusement is essentially to foresee which numbers will show up aimlessly on the characteristics of the dice once they have been shaken or "spun."