Full House Dice
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.
- "Full House Dice" Released!Jan 27, 2022
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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?