Roll It Twice - (basic game)

Licence type - Licence required
Trial originated at - Alea Leeds

Date placed on trial

April 2011
Licensee / proprietor -


Licensee contact details

Dice Room Games Ltd

Dice Rooms Games Limited
140 Church Road
DA10 0HP

[email protected]

Basic Outline of sidebet rules / how to play

The players play against the house.

RIT is played with two sets of dice, each set having one red and one black dice. One set is used by the dealer and one set is used by the player.

Players must place their bets on the layout prior to any dice being rolled.

No bets may not be placed after the dealer has announced ‘No more bets’.

All wagers placed are only valid for one roll.

Should a ‘No Roll’ occur, then the wagers on the layout are void and will be valid for the next roll.

Once the dealer has announced no more bets the dealer spins the set in the dice cage.

After the dealer has announced the outcome of the red and then the black dice the player is instructed to roll the players dice and the result will be the winning combination, and the players are paid out at the appropriate odds by the dealer.

Any bets not associated with the winning number are lost.

The player may continues to roll the dice until one of their dice match exactly with the dealers dice colour and number then the dice pass clockwise to the next player.

All wagers must be within the specified minimums and maximums displayed at the table.


Twice only wins when the players dice match the dealers, colour for colour and number for number.

All bets on layout and even chances lose.

Any ‘total’ bets on 6 and 8 stand – all other ‘total’ bets lose.

Usual odds paid

1. Straight up 35-1

2. Twice 34-1

3. Splits 17-1

4. Corners 8-1

5. Six-line 5-1,

6. Twelve-line 2-1

7. Even chances 1-1 Top line:

Red Die 1,2,3 – Low

Red Die 1,3,5 – Odd

Red Die 4,5,6 – High

Red Dice 2,4,6 – Even

Side line: Black Die 1,2,3 – Low

Black Die 1,3,5 – Odd

Black Die 4,5,6 – High

Black Die 2,4,6 – Even


2 &12 35-1

3 &11 17-1

4 &10 11-1

5 & 9 8-1

6 & 8 6-1 but stand when twice wins 7 5-1

Any double pays 5-1

House Edge details

All bets have a house advantage of 2.78%, except the totals of 6 and 8. The totals of 6 and 8 have a house advantage of 2.70%.