Liar's Dice (2)

Also Known as...

Bluff, Deception Dice, Diception, Dudo, Cachito

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There are at two major versions of liar's dice. In both versions, dice are rolled in a concealed fashion and bids are made about the result of the roll. Players must either raise the bid or challenge the previous bid in turn. The more popular version, "Common Hand", is found HERE. The less popular, "Individual Hand", is described below.



5 Dice, 1 Cup (Not for Drinking), Booze

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In "individual hand", there is one set of dice which is passed from player to player. The bids relate to the dice as they are in front of the bidder after selected dice have been re-rolled.
The "individual hand" version is usually for two players. Each player rolls a die to determine the first caller.


Both players then roll their dice at the same time, and examine their hands.

The Hand heigherarchy resembles poker...

Five of a kind: 3,3,3,3,3
Four of a kind: 3,3,3,3,5
Full house: 3,3,2,2,2
High straight: 2,3,4,5,6
Low straight: 1,2,3,4,5
Three of a kind: 2,2,2,3,4
Two pair: 5,5,4,4,1
One Pair: 4,4,5,3,2
Runt: 1,3,4,5,6

The first player calls out their hand or bluffs.  The next player may call a higher ranking hand, call the bluff, or re-roll some or all of their dice. When a bluff is called, the accused bluffer reveals their dice and the winner is determined, loser drinks.

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