Dice Games for Two Players
Each player throws 3 dice 3 times and the sum of the spots are added together. The sum is the score of that player. The player who scores the highest wins the game.Play
This game is played with 1 die, each player throwing it as many times as necessary to get the sum of the spots equal to or as near as possible to, but not over 21.
Throwing 22 or more busts the player giving him a score of zero. The thrower who gets 21 or closest to 21 without going over wins.
Your opponent will always stay on 19 or above and hit 18 or below.Play
A player rolls 1 die as many times as he likes. The sum of the spots is his score for the roll.
The player may choose to end his turn at any time and 'bank' his points.
If the player rolls a 1, he loses all his unbanked points and his turn is over. His opponent takes 2 rolls on a turn without penalty. The first player to score 50 wins.Play
Two players take turns rolling 3 dice. If 2 of a kind is rolled, the player gets 2 points. If 3 of a kind is rolled (2 of a kind 3 ways), the player gets 6 points. The first to accumulate 10 points wins.Play
Cho-Han, is a very simple Japanese game played with 2 dice (4 dice in our version.)
A dealer will shake the dice, traditionally in a bamboo cup or bowl, and then upturn the dice cup onto the floor. Players then make their guesses on whether the total will be "Cho" (even) or "Han" (odd.)
The dealer then reveals the dice and the winners collect their points (1 point for correct guess). The play will continue for 5 rounds.Play
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