Chuck-a-luck is a relatively simple game played with an hourglass-shaped cage.
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The base of each side is large enough for each of the three, six-sided dice to lay flat and be totaled up.
Bets are made before the spin of the cage, and winning bets paid after the dice on the next spin of the cage.
The largest wager boxes on the layout respond to the single numbers that can be made.
You may bet on a single number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) and be paid even-money for each die that comes up on the number you chose.
If you bet on the number "3" and one die has a "3", you are paid 1 to 1. This house edge is the likely reason Chuck-a-luck isn't found in many casinos, as players have gotten used to more player-friendly odds.
If two dice come up with a "3", you are paid 2 to 1. A wager on "high" is a bet that the total of the three dice will be over 10. If the total of the dice is less than 11, you lose. You also lose if all three dice are the same - a three of a kind. On the other hand, the game was very popular in its day, and the Any triple wager actually has a smaller house edge than Any seven at a standard craps game!
If all three dice come up with a "3" you are paid 3 to 1. A wager on the is a bet that the total of all three dice will be between 3 and 7 or 13 and 18. If the total of the dice is between 8 and 12, you lose. You also lose if all three dice are the same - a three of a kind. A wager on "low" is a bet that the total of the three dice will be under 11. In fact, several craps table horn bets are a bit stingy.
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The game of Chuck-a-luck is an old favorite played in early Nevada and California mining camps in several variations that most likely came from the English game of Hazard.