The Dice Hole

This single story building of stone is one large room. In the room are ten tables with low walls along the edge where people can dice. Managing each table is a man wielding a curved stick. Called the stick-man, he’s responsible for making sure all bets are paid, and he uses his stick to scoop up the dice from one end and push them back to the other end where the shooter (the person rolling) stands. The stick also makes an effective club.

There are two primary dice games played here. The traditional dice game of craps or Odds and Evens.

In a game of Odds and Evens the house takes 10% of every table. Minimum bet here is 1 cp. There are some tables that will go as high as 10 sp per round.

The Dice Hole

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