The 421 is a popular game played mainly at the counter bars to who will buy the next round. This version of the 421 can play multiple (up to 4 players) or against the computer.
Rules of the game : The goal is to have more chips. The game is played in two rounds: - Handle drop: There are 21 tokens to distribute. The players take their turn 1 once and the player with the lowest combination takes the corresponding fees to the points of the highest combination. When there are more chips to distribute passes to the second round. - Discharge Channel: Each player can roll the dice up to 3 times the maximum keeping the dice he wants to try to make the best possible combination. This is the first player of the turn which requires the number of shots for other players. If the first player decides to validate his turn before 3 raises, the other players will have to roll the dice as many times as the first player.
Order and point combinations: 421 = 10 points, 111 = 7 points, 6 points = 666, 611 = 6 points, 5 points = 555, 511 = 5 points, 444 = 4 points, 4 points = 411, 333 = 3 points, 3 points = 311, 222 = 2 points, 2 points = 211, Result = 2 points All other combinations = 1 point
In case of equality (Rampo), each player having made the same combination will launch the dice 1 times and the winner of the round will be the one who made the strongest combination. The player who loses the round becomes the first player the next round.