16mm Poker Dice Pack of 5
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Type: Poker D6 Dice
- Faces: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Nine and Ten
These dice feature card faces instead of pips, ideal for playing the traditional Poker Dice game against a friend. Or for creating a variation on the game or even a new game entirely.
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How to play poker dice
Poker dice is a fun game that can be played with five dice. The objective of the game is to form the best possible poker hand using the dice. Here are the steps to play poker dice:
- Roll the dice: Each player rolls the five dice to start the game.
- Set aside the dice: After the roll, the player can choose to set aside any number of dice and roll the remaining dice again.
- Declare the hand: Once the player is satisfied with their roll, they declare the hand they are trying to make. For example, if they are trying to make a full house, they would declare “full house”.
- Compare hands: After all players have declared their hands, the hands are compared. The player with the highest-ranking hand wins the round.
Possible hands in poker dice
In poker dice, the hands are ranked as follows (from highest to lowest):
- Five of a kind: All five dice showing the same value. For example, five Jacks
- Four of a kind: Four dice showing the same value. For example, four Kings
- Full house: Three dice showing one value and two dice showing another value. For example, three Queens and two 10s
- Three of a kind: Three dice showing the same value. For example, three 9s
- Two pair: Two dice showing one value, two dice showing another value, and one die showing a third value. For example, two Kings, two 8s, and one 10
- One pair: Two dice showing the same value. For example, two Aces
The highest value die is used to determine the winner in the event of a tied hand.