Friday, August 06th, 2010 | Author:

How about a round of the Left Center Right dice game AND Bunco?

Left, Center, Right, (also called LCR) is a hot new game that is becoming popular with more than just the kids now – the adults love to play it as well. The game involves dice, chips (unless you have a clever variation) and a bunch of laughs. Sounds a lot like Bunco, doesn’t it? Well keep reading and you’ll definitely want to get your own set to play LCR.

The Left Center Right Dice Game comes with dice that are specially marked with the letters L, R, C and then dots on the other three spots. Each person gets three of whatever you are playing with: the chips that come with the game, cookies, dollar bills, quarters, shots, cupcakes, candy bars…anything you please that each player can have three of. Each player takes a turn rolling all three dice. However many L’s come up determines how many of said item are passed to the left of the dice roller. The same goes for the R’s in each turn. The C’s are how many goes in to the center pot. The dots mean that is how many of the items stay in front of you, in your possession.

Once you start passing your item, if you go down to one or two, you only roll the corresponding number of dice. Even if you are out of items, you still sit and play because the person next to you could pass the items to you. The game continues on with each person rolling and passing until there is only one person standing. The winner is determined when only one person has all the items or they are in the center!

When you play with items such as money, the winner keeps it all. However, when you play with food or drink, you may want to have the winner pass it out to whoever they want to – especially if you are playing with drinks!

Left Center Right dice game and bunco are great to play during the breaks between rounds on Bunco night. It is also a great filler to play after Bunco ends, when you just aren’t ready to go home yet!

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