Sic Bo strategy

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Medium-risk Sic Bo strategy - hedging your bets

If you're looking for bigger wins, but want to take out some
'insurance', our tip is to use a Sic Bo strategy of combining bets to
cover a number of results.

Your winning strategy is to combine the bets so that you have four
different chances of winning on each spin. Although you're losing four
times your stake if you lose, the returns when you win will make up
for this.

Which numbers should you bet on?

If 2 of the 3 dice throw a 1, the 3-dice total could be 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
or 8, but not 9, 10, 11 or 12. So if you're betting on the total being
higher than 8, place a bet on double 1 as well.

The same applies if 2 of the 3 dice throw a 6. In that case, the
3-dice total has to be more than 12, so bets on double 1 and 2 give
you another chance.

The odds in Sic Bo, show that the bets on 9 and 12 give a payout
closer to the chance of winning than many others (payouts 7-1, odds
against 15-2 ie 7.5-1). A winning bet on a double (two of a kind) pays
out at 11-1 with odds against of 13-1.

This Sic Bo strategy seeks to make a steady return which should allow
for a small number of losing bets.

Our medium-risk Sic Bo strategy is to place multiple bets on two options:

Option 1


3 units on 9 and 2 units on double 1, 5, and 6.

This is a total bet of 9 units, with a possible return of:

24 units if 9 wins or

24 units if a double wins

Option 2


3 units on 12 and 2 units on double 1, 2 and 6.

This is a total bet of 9 units, with a possible return of:

24 units if 12 wins or

24 units if a double wins