A fast-paced game where you get to choose your own odds.
For all practical purposes, the House Edge for any game or group of games can be defined as “the ratio of all money lost by players to the total money they wagered.” Some prefer to think of it statistically as “the ratio of the average loss to the initial bet.” In either case, the resulting percentages are about the same. They provide not only a useful way of comparing one game to another but also of evaluating one set of rules versus another in the analysis of a single game.
House edge 1% = Expected Return to Player: 99%
✱ When you roll the dice, you get a number from 0.00 to 99.99.
✱ Your goal is to predict if your roll will be lower or higher than a target number.
✱ The target number depends on the chance you choose.
✱ Start by selecting the odds: the lower the chance, the higher the payout.
✱ Click Roll under if you think the next roll will be smaller than the target number, displayed on the button.
✱ Click Roll over if you think the next roll will be greater than the target number.
✱ A history of previous rolls along with the outcome is shown in the results table.
✱Expected Return to Player: 99%