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Domino Roll-Out is a revolutionary new gambling game that combines the skill and strategy of Yahtzee along with the high-stakes thrill of Blackjack. It is a unique game where bets are made on the odds of eliminating dominos by rolling the dice. Domino Roll*Out provides an authentic, Vegas-style gaming experience:
Roll-Out is an exciting game of odds based on dice and dominos. The object of the game is to eliminate dominos from the playing field by rolling the dice. Each domino has a numeric value and each roll of the dice can take away dominos equal in numeric value to that roll. For example a dice roll of 8 can remove the 8 domino, or the 7 and the 1, or the 6 and 2 etc. The way dominos are removed from the playing field depends on the scoring method used (Vegas or Standard).
The options screen allows you to change game play in a number of ways. The felt color gives you the choice of Red or Green background to the playing field. Game Rules changes the way the game is scored. See the SCORING section for more information. The sounds check box will turn on or off sounds in the game.Options will be saved when you quit the game and the game will start with you options selected. When you change the options on the game the game is reset. You should only change the options when you are at the beginning of a new game.
Depending on the selection made in the options screen the game is scored in one of two ways. Standard game rules allows the player to select which dominos are removed from the playing field after each role. After the roll the player must click on the dominos to be removed. When the correct number of dots is selected the confirm button will become active and the player can then click on it to remove the dominoes. The player will then be able to roll again or bet.Vegas game rules causes the "dealer" to select which dominos are removed from play after each roll. The "dealer" will select the combination that removes the highest possible numbered domino from the field.
Roll*Out is a game based on wagering points or money against the outcome of a particular game or individual roll. There are three betting areas available in the game.The first betting area is available only before the first roll of the game. In this area you place bets based on what the total number of dots left on the playing field dominoes will be when the game is finished. You may only place one bet in this area per game, and only before the game starts. Simply click on the up or down arrows next to the bet you wish to place. After the game is ended if you are a winner you will be paid acording to the odds of that particular bet. For example, if you bet 10 on the 17-30 total, and the final score is 23 you have won, and you will be paid the odds times the bet , 4 x 10 = 40. A roll of 2 (snake eyes) at any time during the game ends the game and losses the bets. Any game that ends with no dots remaing is a Roll*Out and wins the Jackpot regardless of the bets made. Approximately 25% of all losing bets is applied to the Jackpot as bets are lost.The second betting area is a wager on the general nature of the next roll of the dice. The bets you place in this area will be won or lost as soon as the dice are rolled again. You may place as many bets in this area as you wish, but they will only last for one roll. Bust pays off if the next roll ends the game. You may only bet on bust if the current dot total is greater than 13. The other two bets will pay according to the dots shown on the dice after the roll. The odds on all of these bets are 2:1. For example, if you bet 10 on the even numbers (12 - 10 - 8 - 6 - 4) line and the roll is a 6, you will win the odds times the bet, 2 x 10 = 20.The final betting area allows you to bet on the next roll of the dice hitting a specific number. The bets you place in this area will bet won or lost as soon as the dice are rolled again. You may place as many bets in this area as you wish, but they will only last for one roll. These bets pay off if the dice roll is exactly the number you have bet on. For example, if you bet 10 on 7 and the dice roll is a 7 you win the odds times the bet 6 x 10 = 60.note: odds shown in this help are not the actual odds in the game, they are for example purposes only.