2 or more players, best with 2 to 5 players.
Five standard six-sided dice.
To roll the best Poker hand.
Each player has three rolls. On the first roll, she rolls all five dice. She may then set aside any number of dice (including zero) and re-roll the remainder.
After the second roll, she may once again set aside any number of dice and re-roll the remainder.
Once dice are set aside, they may not be re-rolled. A player is not required to make a second or third roll.
The possible hands are ranked as follows:
- Five of a kind, e.g. 4-4-4-4-4
- Four of a kind, e.g. 2-2-2-2-6
- Full house, e.g. 6-6-6-1-1
- Three of a kind, e.g. 5-5-5-2-1
- Two pairs, e.g. 3-3-2-2-4
- One pair, e.g. 4-4-5-3-1
- High card, e.g. 6-5-4-3-2
Straights do not count in this game.
If two players claim the same hand, ties are broken in the same manner as in Poker.
The player with the best Poker hand wins.
Sometimes, the game is played to see who will pick up the tab in a restaurant. In that case, the player with the worst hand pays the bill.