There’s no better place to play Sic Bo than in China’s casino capital itself. But short of making your way to Macau, the next best option is playing BGaming’s Sic Bo Macau.
The provider adds useful features like rebet and clear bet, while also allowing you to customise the table by choosing from a selection of colours. We have to point out just how great the game looks too, with a clear board that’s incredibly easy to follow. With some well-placed bets and the right amount of luck, you might just walk away with wins of up to 50x your stake!
Minimum / Maximum Bet:
Rebet, Clear Bet, Change Colour
BGaming sticks to a very classic version of Sic Bo. You get a small set of basic functions, with no additional bonuses or special features. Bet levels are limited to a maximum of ₹10,000, but we still managed to hit a big win of ₹300,000.
Rebet – The rebet feature lets you use the wagers from the previous round with the click of a button. We ended up using this a lot while adding and tweaking our existing bets.
Clear Bet – If, on the other hand, you feel the need for a clean slate, then you’ll be looking for the clear bet function which instantly removes all of your wagers from the table.
Table Colour – Sic Bo tables tend to come in a green colour, but you can get creative in Sic Bo Macau and personalise your experience by picking the table colour. The colour palette icon at the top of the screen lets you pick from purple, red, blue, green, or black. It’s not exactly a game-changer but lets you tailor the game’s looks to whatever suits you best.
We’re all for games that stick to traditional features, and Sic Bo Macau does a brilliant job with its intuitive functions and fresh visuals. But perhaps the biggest setback here is the relatively low win potential. Even if you manage to hit the maximum win of 50x your stake, you’ll only make ₹500,000 at most. It’s a relatively limited payout, which won’t score all that many points with veteran players.
We reckon Sic Bo Macau is best suited for beginners who are still looking to get to grips with the game. BGaming has put together a very welcoming atmosphere, with user-friendly controls and just enough functions for you to understand the game’s rules without feeling overwhelmed.
High Roller Sic Bo – OneTouch’s High Roller Sic Bo doesn’t stir too far away from the traditional formula but makes the wins here all the more worth your while. You can bet up to ₹200,000 and win up to 2,250x your stake. We landed quite a few big wins here, and on one particularly lucky round managed to walk away with ₹1,500,000. You also get a history board feature, which shows you the results of the last ten rounds.
Sic Bo – Habanero’s Sic Bo adds a history board and some fiery animations, while still sticking to a basic set of functions. RTP is reduced here to a mere 90.3%, but the maximum win potential increases to 60x your stake. It’s a slight upgrade over Sic Bo Macau and resulted in slightly better wins, including our biggest haul of ₹400,000.