How to play Sic Bo at Multi Game Stadium in Crown Perth Casino?

How to play Sic Bo at Crown Perth

How to play Sic Bo at Crown Perth

When you visit Crown Perth Casino you will find that it has introduced a new gaming arena known as Multi Game Stadium where you will find new electronic table games to enjoy. You can play multiple games from one easy location at the new Electronic Table Games Multi-Game Stadium with larger screens and more game play options to choose from. There are over 240 gaming tables at Crown Perth and you can enjoy the game of Sic Bo as well besides other games.

Located near Crown Sports Bar this multi game stadium invites you to play Roulette, Sic Bo and Baccarat and you can try these games for only 50 cents at 5 bet minimum, and Baccarat for $5 minimum.

About the Crown Casino Perth

How to play Sic Bo at Crown Perth

You can just visit the Crown Perth on the Swan River in the suburb of Burswood just outside the city of Perth to play Sic Bo.

This real casino which is operated by Crown Limited is a hotel and casino resort complex linked to Perth’s Central Business District by a public railway system, the complex contains a casino, two hotels, a convention centre, many restaurants and bars, and a 20,000 seat indoor arena called The Dome.

The Crown’s casino is open twenty-four hours a day and the table game variety includes a few variants of blackjack, roulette (on single-zero and double-zero wheels), electronic versions of casino standards in the Rapid series (Rapid Roulette, Rapid Baccarat, Rapid Money Wheel), three variants of baccarat, casino-stlye poker games like Casino War, Texas Hold’Em, and Caribbean Stud Poker, Two-Up, Sic Bo, and Pai Gow.

Poker players who visit the Crown complex can participate in weekly No Limit Hold ‘Em tournaments with buy-ins as low as AUD $50 or play in ring games from noon to 6 AM during the week or twenty-four hours on Fridays and Saturdays.

In place of pokies, the casino offers skill games like video poker and machine versions of keno, along with other skill games that are hybrids of table games and video poker machines. Wagers on these games range from AUD $0.10 up to the high-roller level available on machines in the casino’s VIP section. Bets on these VIP games go up into the hundreds of dollars per round. A separate keno lounge located next to the casino’s sports bar operates around the clock available at a wide variety of bet sizes on both table versions of the game and electronic portals.

VIPs and special guests have their own gaming area, the Pearl Room, with a 180 degree view of the Perth skyline and the Swan River. All the games found on the casino floor, except for head-to-head poker, have high-roller versions in the Pearl Room where bet minimums hover around the AUD $50 mark. Complimentary beverages and game hosts serving VIP guests are available in this by-invite only section of the Crown casino.

How to play Sic Bo in Crown Perth and rules of the game

How to play Sic Bo at Crown Perth

Choose the Sic Bo table to play.  Wagers will only be accepted in chips. Chips used for play on the game may be eitherCash chips marked with denominations of value; or Colour chips, which are non-value chips without denomination markings.

The colour chips of a particular set will each bear the same distinguishing emblem or mark to differentiate them from colour chips of other sets in use at other tables. Each set will be subdivided into various colours.

Colour chips issued at a particular Sic Bo table will only be used for gaming at that table and will not be used for gaming at any other table in the casino.

The Dealer may accept a colour chip(s) for redemption only if the colour chip/s was issued at that particular table; or the colour chip(s) was issued at a table that is now closed. In this situation Surveillance will be notified and the value at which the colour chip(s) was initially issued will, where possible be determined. If the initial value of the colour chip(s) cannot be established, they will be exchanged at the lowest table minimum offered by the casino for the particular game played at the closed table at the time the player requests redemption. The exchange will be verified by a TG Area Manager.

The Dealer will not issue colour chips with the same colour and design to more than one player at the same time unless the particular players issued with the chips agree.

The specific value to be assigned to each chip will be declared by the purchaser. If that value exceeds the table minimum it will be denoted by a colour chip and a related marker button bearing a number on it to designate the value set by that person. Until a decision and settlement has been made in respect of any wager, no wager may be handled, placed, changed or withdrawn after the Dealer has announced that no more bets may be placed.

Wagers orally declared will only be accepted if they are accompanied by chips, authorised tokens, cash or vouchers. Cash, vouchers, and authorised tokens must be converted to chips prior to being placed on the layout.

All wagers must be placed on the layout before the Dealer announces that no more bets may be placed.

Players are responsible for the positioning of their wagers on the layout, whether or not they are assisted by the Dealer. They must ensure that any instructions given to the Dealer are correctly carried out.

Wagers will be settled strictly in accordance with the position of chips when the result of a spin is announced.  At the settlement of wagers for a spin, the Dealer must- Clear any losing wagers; and Pay any winning wagers.

A wager placed on a ‘Three Dice Total’ means a wager placed by the player on any one of the specific totals 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17 which will Win if the result is that total in any combination of the three dice; and Lose on any other total.

A wager placed on a ‘Two Dice Combination’ means a wager placed by the player on one of the specific combinations that will Win when two of the 3 dice display on their uppermost face the specific numbers as selected by the player; and Lose on any other combination.

The Dealer will announce to the players that they may place their bets. Cover and activate the dice tumbler causing the dice to be tumbled within the dice tumbler and announce to the players that no more bets may be placed. Then he will uncover the dice tumbler and announce the result by calling the uppermost face of each die. Where one or more die is not lying flat, announce that the spin is a no spin, cover and reactivate the dice tumbler.

At the same time as announcing the winning result enter the winning numbers or symbols, as the case may be, into the control panel causing the winning areas on the layout to be illuminated.

When the winning areas have been illuminated take all losing wagers and pay all winning wagers in accordance with the rule of the game.

Jackpot rewards for Sic Bo

If you lay on any eligible gaming machine in the Riverside Room or Pearl Room with your Crown Rewards membership card inserted at jackpot hit times the be eligible to win. This promotion and other such promotions that are announced by Crown perth are exclusive to Crown Rewards silver and above members. You can join and discover more with Crown Rewards.

Such Sic Bo jackpot games guarantee $2,500 to be won at each hit time. Note that members must be playing with their own membership card correctly inserted at 11am, 1pm, 3pm and 5pm to be eligible to win.

Besides this there are various other promotions and entertainment events at Crown Casino Perth to enjoy.