Board game apparatus
Tetrahedral gaming die with recessed pyramidal faces
Table game employing two sets of cards
Gameboard apparatus with separating die
Visually differentiating the coded combinations of three dies
Three player chess-type game
AbstractA dice game embodied in a table or slot machine format utilizing preferably two dice outputs to generate numbers based multiple repetitions or a count of numbers prior to novel termination and payout events. The preferred embodiment differs from traditional craps in that there is no requirement of a repeated number roll for a win. In one embodiment, a number other than seven, the target number, can be rolled on two six sided dice, numbered on sides from 1-6, in a tournament style fashion over a selected calendar period to win the primary wager. These games include counting the rolls on different players and comparing those rolls and making an award to the player making (a) the most rolls, (b) the most points, (c) the fewest points or rolls or (d) enhanced pay outs for higher targets during a limited (e.g. 4) number of dice rolls. The invention also envisions the addition of points in a given number of rolls to generate a total which is compared to a central number or to reach certain specific numbers. A video layout is disclosed which replaces traditional displays with multiple dice rolls in a novel fashion otherwise consistent with the disclosure herein.