Poker

Conditions to win : Get the most points at the end with the dice combinations and the…upper…rolly idks.

How to Play : There are 13 rounds. In each round, you roll five dice three times. Choose any five dice that you want, but you can't go back and "undo" a roll. The person with most points at the end is declared the winner.

The first half of the setup shows "Ones, Twos, Threes, Fours, Fives, Sixes, and [Sum] Upper." When you select the dice that you want, you click on which one of these you want to use. If you have three ones in the five dice that you chose, for example, you get a number "3" on the ones. Three twos gets a "6" and so on and so forth. The "[Sum] Upper" calculates your sum of these…things lol

The next half of your screen deals with the combination, not with the sum of actual dice specifics you selected.

Combinations :

Three of a kind : Three dice of the same number. The total points you get is on the sum of the numbers.

Four of a kind : Four dice of the same number. The total points you get is on the sum of the numbers.

Full House : Three of a kind and a pair. You get 25 points.

Small Straight : Four dice in order (2-3-4-5). You get 30 points.

Large straight : Five dice in order (2-3-4-5-6 or 1-2-3-4-5). You get 40 points. You also can score 30 points by submitting a small straight in this section.

Travian : Five of the same dice. You get 50 points. To get two Travians (a bonus in case you happen to get it twice), you need to have one of the lower areas empty, then click Travian and it's all good.

Chance : Any combination. You total points you get is on the sum of the numbers.

Then, there's the "[Sum] Lower" and "Result". The lower sum calculates the total number of points you got from combinations, and the result is the total of the upper and lower sums.

Note that combinations can only be used once and the dice faces rolled thing (the upper) can only be used once, so choose wisely which one you click after selecting your dice.

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