Sic Bo - SLEEPERSonSINGLES Strategy Someone had requested a good Sic Bo strategy, so here it is. This strategy Focuses only on the SINGLE NUMBER DICE BETS and utilizes all numbers in sleeper play. * Recommended Bank roll $300.00 * Minimum bet 1 unit (Per Number) * Betting after each loss = 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 for each sleeper number * Start over after win for each number * Continue Betting after each loss for every missing number. * Each number can win up to 3 times per roll 1:1, 2:1, 3:1 1) Roll the Dice (No Bet) and view history of numbers showing for 4 rolls 2) ONLY Look at the history of the previous 4 rolls and spot numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6 3) Bet $10 ONLY on the missing numbers 4) If Loss then simply double the wager on EACH MISSING NUMBER after each loss 5) If win on the specific number occurs, then session is over for that number, but not the others. 6) In most cases when all numbers are showing in the previous 4 rolls then NO BET is required. You can use a note pad to record MISSING NUMBER & BET Once the number wins, just erase or cross it out. DO NOT BET ON ANY OTHER AREAS OF THE GAME. MAKE A BETTING CHART 1|2|4|8|16|32|64| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5| 6| Roll the at least dice four times or until you notice a number missing from 1,2,3,4,5,6 Example Rolls: 4,6,6 2,3,4 2,4,5 5,6,6 The 1 has not rolled in 4 rolls 1) Bet 1 chip on the 1 (One) 2) If lose follow the Betting chart 1,2,4,8,16,32,64 3) Start over when Sleeper numbers get rolled. (You will start to notice Two or Three numbers missing from the previous 4 roll history) 4) Bet on all the sleepers when they are not showing after 4 previous rolls Enjoy the strategy. Here is a Video Demo

That game can bite you. Watch out. You have 6x6x6= 216 combination possible, not 36! And low/high aren’t paid on triples!

Still you are betting 3/216 for 7,87% house hedge, that’s worst then the field bet or the roulette. But it can be fun until your martingale hits you in the head.

Here’s the math for Sic Bo: http://mathproblems.info/gam470/games/sicbo/ There’s a electromechanical version of the game and involves 3 separate colored dice, which makes spotting the non-random die easier.