Mini-Bunco defines mathematical probability and presents four dice rolling experiments that compare the actual outcomes to the predicted mathematical probabilities.
A fourth experiment, Mini-Bunco, simulates the actual game of Bunco itself except in "mini". The participants are reduced from 12 to 2 [Player and Computer], rounds are reduced from 3 to 1, and each round is 7 points rather than 21. Bunketts and buncos score 2 and 7 respectively, not 5 and 21.
The Mini-Bunco simulation includes images and sound of the dice rolled, a ringing bell to end the round, and a crown to the winner. Buncos and bunketts are counted and compared to the mathematical probabilities.