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Dice Duel by BetGames is a live dealer casino game that is loosely based on Sic-Bo. Risking it all on the throw of the dice is a thrilling prospect. For generations, punters from all over the world have taken their chances on a dice game of some variation or another, and Dice Duel is a worthy addition to the list.
Dice Duel is set up and filmed in a dedicated, state-of-the-art studio in Malta. The live dealer communicates with players by talking directly to camera. Players can place their bets using the betting slip that appears on the screen. Bets range from a minimum of $1 to a maximum of $100.
Dice Duel is played out on a plain square-shaped table, with two dice: one red, and one blue. The live dealer shakes up the dice in a small box, and the launches the dice onto the square-shaped table. The aim of the game is to predict how the dice will land. It is really that simple. What makes its interesting is that there are several ways to bet, and each type of bet comes with its own specific odds.
Most games of chance are considered high volatility games. However, due to the various betting options, Dice Duel has variable volatility and a variable RTP (return to player) rating. If you choose a bet with low odds (an odd/even bet), your chances of winning are higher than if you choose a bet with high odds (a specific number on a specific colour). This means that RTP rate changes depending on your bet, and the game is more volatile if you keep betting on an unlikely outcome. Essentially, you are the master of the game’s volatility and RTP rating.
The special feature of this game is the fact that you can place any one of several different bets, and that each type of bet has its own odds. The types of bets are not complicated, so don’t panic. And the odds merely reflect the likelihood of the outcome.
The basic bet in Dice Duel is to predict whether the red dice or the blue dice will win. In other words, will the number of pips on the red dice be more than then the number of pips on the blue dice, or vice versa? Or will both dice show equal pips and, therefore, result in a draw? Betting on a specific winner gives odds of 2:25, whereas a draw gives odds of 5:7 -it’s more likely that one dice or the other will win rather than the game resulting in a draw.
The least valuable bet is the odds/evens bet. In this case, you’ll bet whether the red dice or the blue dice will land with an even number of pips or an odd number of pips. If you win, you’re payout will be calculated at 1:9. The least risky of all the possible bets, but still a fun way to pass the time and celebrate small wins.
If you want to make things a little more exciting, you can take the riskier bet of predicting what number the dice will land on. For example: you could place a bet on the red dice landing a four (four pips face up on the dice). If you win this bet, you’ll get a payout with odds of 5:7. However, if you choose to bet on both dice i.e., the value of the blue dice and the value of the red dice combined, you’ll be offered the maximum odds of 33:1. A huge risk, but a huge payout.
Dice Duel is set up by professionals in a professional studio. The game’s interface looks sharp, and the betting slip is easy to use. You can place a bet approximately every 3 minutes, and the result is announced immediately. If you’re willing to take a risk, the potential payout could be extremely rewarding. But this is a game of chance, so be sure to keep in mind that if Lady Luck isn’t on your side, there’s nothing you can do about it in terms of using skills to save the day. Have fun, but know when to walk away.