The Game of Sixes
Results of the Games:
How to Play:
Equipment Needed: 6 Dice
The object of the game is to score points by rolling sixes, either natural sixes
or by rolling any combination of two dice that adds up to 6 .
When it is your turn, you roll all six dice at once.
If you have at least one point you can continue rolling the dice that
do not make up the six or you can accept your points and pass the dice.
You must set aside dice that make up at least one point to continue rolling.
If you chance another roll with the remaining dice but do not get at least
one point you lose the points you had already received for that turn and
your turn is over.
Before you can start earning points for a game you must roll a natural six
and be able to keep the points for that turn.
If you use all 6 dice for points during your turn you get another turn.
Winning the Game:
The first player to reach 60 points wins the game.
Any combination of two dice that adds up to six
A natural six
Optional Bonus Points: (highly recommended)
Bonus points are awarded for rolling multiple natural sixes in one roll.
Note that dice that you have previously set aside for points are not counted for bonus,
only the dice in the actual roll. Dice used for bonus points do not count for regular points.
For example if you roll 3 sixes you get 10 bonus points but you do not get the 2 points for each six.