Roll both dice and place their values into the 5x5 grid. Your objective is to create poker-style combinations (3-of-a-kind, 2-pair, etc) in each row and column.

Press "Roll dice" to begin a turn and click on the dice you want to place - it will turn green to let you know it's selected. Then click where you would like to put it in the grid - your dice will turn red to let you know it's been used. Once you have used both dice, press "Roll dice" for the next round.

On a single turn, you cannot place both dice values on the same row or column - both numbers must be placed in entirely separate rows and columns from each other. Spaces in the play-area will turn grey to let you know they're unavailable.

You do not have to place a dice value, if you do not want to.

After 13 rounds, each row and each column will score points, based upon the combinations of numbers it contains. For example, a sequence like 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, in any order, will score as a 5-straight. The point values are as follows:

  • 5 straight = 7pt
  • 4 straight = 5pt
  • 3 straight = 3pt
  • 5 of a kind = 6pt
  • 4 of a kind = 4pt
  • 3 of a kind = 3pt
  • Pair (+) = 1pt

Notice the “+” next to “Pair”. This means that pairs can be scored along with other sequences - ie, another pair, three of a kind, or 3-straight. The pair must be made of values not used in another combination on that row or column.

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These ARE six-sided dice, right?

Yeah, I'm blaming the random number generator on this travesty

Assuming fair dice:

Probability of any one die face not showing up in 26 throws: ~5.24% (of a specific face, a sixth of that, so ~0.87%)

Probability of any two die faces not showing up in 16 throws: ~2.28% (of a specific pair of faces, a fifteenth of that, so ~0.15%)

...I mean, I'd LOVE it if 1 or 6 never showed up XD


My high score is 48. Can you beat it?


Took me far too long to work out the straights did not need to be consecutive, but got to 51.