Sic Bo is an ancient Chinese game that is entertaining, easy to learn, and fun to play. It is played in Southeast Asia, Korea, Nevada and Australia. It is also popular in the Philippines, where it is called "Hi-Lo."
The object of the game is to select winning numbers or combinations of the numbers that appear on the dice. The dealer will begin by announcing "All bets down." Players may place their chips on any of the fifty permissible wagers that include single numbers, two-of-a-kind, three-of-a-kind, and combinations of two or three of the dice. After announcing "No more bets," to end the betting process, the dealer will shake the dice and enter the results into a keyboard which causes the winning numbers and combinations to "light up" on the table. You can easily tell who won and how much because the payoffs are printed on the layout and become illuminated.
It is the player's responsibility for the correct positioning of their wagers on the Sic Bo layout, regardless of whether the player is assisted by the dealer.