|1 - 100 players|
|average 7 minutes|
|Published in 2008|
|View on boardgamegeek.com|
The goal is to be the first player to score 100 points. On each turn, a player gets three rolls to make as many points as possible. You score points by rolling the same number on your dice. If you roll a pair of 2s, you get two points. If you roll a pair of 6s, you get six points. What makes the game unique is that it uses four different types of dice, each with a different highest number. For example, the game has two 10 sided dice and their highest number is 10. They are the only dice that can make a pair of ten. All dice have the numbers 1-4 on them, so it is much easier to make a pair of a lower number. Each turn players have to use strategy to determine which dice they’ve rolled are the best to keep and the best to re-roll. Do you chance it and try to make a pair of 8s, or play it safe and hold a pair of 4s? Figuring out the right move in a game with countless possibilities will keep you thinking, laughing and cheering for hours on end.
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