Celo for Casino Play
Three Dice Celo 456 is an adaptation of a well known and very popular dice game played with three dice, commonly known as "Cee-Lo", which is played in private homes, upscale private social clubs, and urban social gatherings on the streets and elsewhere in urban America. Because of its urban roots in New York City and other major cities across America and the intensely fast paced, competitive nature of play, "Three Dice Celo 456" has a very popular following among professional athletes, Rap, Hip- Hop artists, as well as many others who grew up and/or now reside in our major cities.
This game is popular also among everyday gamblers, working class and affluent. Asian players enjoy this game as well as it has similarities to baccarat as well as being heavily based upon numbers. It is also similar to the popular Asian game of "Strung Flowers".
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Know the game
- 1. Bets on the house or on the player
- 2. Fast field bets
- 3. Point bets
- 4. Decision bets
- 5. One roll bets
Bets on the house or player
Any player may place a bet on this section of the table before the game begins. A bet on a "Banker" line is a bet on the house. A bet on the "Player" line a bet on the player
It is a long established fact that Celo is a popular dice game
The game begins with the banker rolling the dice to establish a point for the house. The banker rolls the dice until he rolls a natural winner, a natural loser or a point.
- 4-5-6 combination
- Any three of a kind
- Any pair where the third die is a 6 (except 6-6-6)
- 1-2-3 combination
- Any pair where the third die is a 1 (except 1-1-1)
Any pair where the third die is showing a 2,3,4,5 the third die is the established point; all other dice combinations are ignored.
The banker will roll the dice until a natural winner, a natural loser, or a point is rolled. If the banker rolls a natural winner, the banker wins automatically. All the banker bets are paid 95% percent of the winning bet. If a natural loser is rolled by the banker the banker loses automatically, and all the player bets are paid even money. If a point is rolled by the banker the player will roll the dice until a natural winner, a natural loser, or a point is rolled.
The player wins even money automatically if a natural winner is rolled. The player loses automatically if a natural loser is rolled. Otherwise a point for the player is established. The point rolled by the player must beat the banker's point to win. A tie is a push. A tie/push is simply: If the first establishing point is a 2, 3, 4, or 5 and the next decision/point is the same as the previous point, this is considered a tie/push.
If the banker rolls a 1-1-6 for the first decision, this is considered a bar/push. Simply put he can't win or lose.
The house is booking all the action in this method of playing the game. The Casino will allow players to bet on banker's side and player's side simultaneously.
Here is an overall depiction of how the game will be played:
The first person clockwise of the stickman will have the option to shoot the dice from the banker's side to establish the point. Once the point is established the first person clockwise of the banker that is betting on the player side will be given the option to shoot the dice against the banker's point. If that player betting on the player's side does not want to shoot; the dice will go to the next person clockwise- on the player's side to shoot and so forth. If no one wants to shoot the dice, then the dice will go back to the same banker and he will have to shoot for the player.
The banker position always has the first option to shoot the dice before the point is established. If a player walks up to the table and wants to play, and there isn't a banker around, then that player can shoot the die against himself. Only if he wins his bet can he then shoot the dice again, providing that there isn't anyone who wants to shoot the dice from the banker's position.
If a player loses his bet against the banker, he can't shoot the dice in the next round against the same banker; unless there aren't other players betting on the players side who want to shoot.
Once you lose your bet from either side, the dice will always be offered to the next person clockwise of the person who lost his bet. The banker will bar the 1-1-6. The banker side will pay 5% commission on all winning bets on the banker line