This game is played with 2 dice. There can be any number of players, and one begins as the caster. The rest are betters.
The Caster rolls the dice - the resulting number is called the Main. If the roll is less than 5 or greater than 9, pass the dice left. Otherwise, the other players bet.
The Caster rolls again - this number is called the Chance. From here, three things can happen: the Caster wins immediately, he loses immediately, or go on to part III, below. To determine if he wins or loses immediately, compare the main and chance rolls in the following table. A "W" indicates that the caster wins on that combination and may collect all bets placed by the betters. An "L" indicates that the caster looses on that combination and must match the bets of all the betters. If neither a "W" nor an "L" is shown, then continue on to part III. If continuing on, the betters may bet again, subject to the approval of the Caster (who must, after all, be able to pay out if he loses).
|Part II (only) Win/Lose|
If the Caster did not win or lose on his second roll, he continues rolling, and betters can bet between each roll. If the Main is rolled, the betters win and the Caster must match all of their bets and pass the dice left. If the Chance is rolled, the Caster wins and collects all of the betters' wagers. He then keeps the dice and plays again.
Note that the above table is NO LONGER RELEVANT after the second roll. If the caster neither won nor lost after the second (Chance) roll, the only factor in subsequent rolls is whether he rolls the Chance before rolling the Main again.