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- but why not try one of these?
Here at the Slots Guru we don’t just concentrate on online slot machines, we also appreciate that there are various other genres that deserve a mention. We have a whole category devoted to what we call Arcade Slots and these are those games which don’t involve reels, free spins or progressive jackpots.
Dice Twister is the subject of this article and it’s an interesting diversion which is actually far more in-depth than it would appear at first glance. As the name would suggest it’s all about dice and the idea is to gamble on the many possible outcomes when rolling three of the numbered cubes.
The screen can be a little overwhelming at first look and there are no less than 28 different options on which to place you money. You can place a bet on every single option if you like but statistically speaking, that’s not going to make you any money in the long run.
Three big, red, translucent dice fill the middle of the screen and the betting options are split into four different zones:
On the left hand side you can bet on what you believe will be the exact sum of the roll; it’s numbered from 4 – 17 and these are the long shots – both 4 and 17 will win you 70x your stake while the lowest prices are 10 and 11 at 7.75x your stake.
One, Two or Three of a Kind
At the bottom of the screen you can bet on how many times a particular number will appear after the roll; just click on the dice to pick the number and win either 2x, 3x or 15x your stake if the number comes up 1, 2 or 3 times.
High, Medium & Lows
At the top right of the screen you can bet on whether the total of the roll will be between 3 – 8, 9 – 12 or 13 – 18; the respective odds are 3.75x or 2x your stake.
Odd or Even
At the bottom right of the screen you can bet on the dice turning up all odds, all evens or a mix of the two. All odds or evens pay 7.75x your stake and a mix pays 1.25x.
Dice Twister is certainly an interesting statistical diversion and it’s well worth a visit if you need a break from the slots. It’s worth noting that you will need to bet at least £1 on each dice roll although that can be split between ten £0.10 bets if you wish or something in-between.