The game originated in the 18th century. It is still popular in the Channel Islands and Bermuda, but is strictly controlled and may be played legally only on certain occasions, such as the Channel Islands’ three annual agricultural shows, or Bermuda’s annual Cup Match cricket game.
They are marked with six symbols: crown, anchor, diamond, spade, club and heart. (The last four are the same symbols used on playing cards.)
A similar version of the game is played in Nepal, called “Langur Burja” (Nepali: लङ्गुर बुर्जा). There is a similar Flemish version called Anker en Zon (“Anchor and Sun”), in which a sun symbol replaces the crown. The French version again uses the sun, and is called Ancre, Pique, et Soleil (“Anchor, Spade, and Sun”). A similar game played in China called Hoo Hey How (魚蝦蟹, Fish-Prawn-Crab in Hokkien) and Vietnam called or Bầu cua cá cọp.
Rules and Play
– Bet to one or more of the six sides of the dice.
– Play game using a wheel. Tap the Play Button to play
– 1:1 on one dice, 1:2 on two dice and 1:8 on three dice.
– Specific: 1: 6
– Any triple: 1: 32
– Free chip bonus: here you can claim free chips after game over, so you can keep on playing and have fun!
Come on and join the game now! Welcome!
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