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Las Vegas (LAS)

COACHED EVENT: 
Inexperienced players welcome. The game will be taught to anyone present at the scheduled starting time. GMs may also schedule a demonstration for the Event.Coached events generally require more time and effort to run and can be upsetting to more experienced players impatient with delays. Announce at the outset, that all players are expected to abide by the C rating and help newcomers.

Round 1/3: First Saturday @ 23 - Ballroom

 

Adam Hurd : GM (1st Year)

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Come play WBC’s newest late night sensation, Las Vegas! This is a quick, easy to learn dice game. Each player has eight dice of their own color. There are six mats numbered 1 through 6. Each mat will have a randomly determined amount of money you can win. On your turn, you will roll your dice. Choose one number that you have rolled and place all of those dice on the corresponding mat. After each player has taken a turn, continue playing until all players have placed all their dice. The player with the most dice on each number wins the highest amount of money on the mat. Second most number of dice wins the second highest amount, etc. Play four rounds to determine the winner.

The twist to this game is that if you are ever tied for the most dice in a hotel, you get nothing!

Please bring your copy of the Game!

Tournament Format:
A 3 round (assuming less than 125 participants), single elimination tournament. In the first round, there will be no assigned seating. Players with a copy of the game can set it up after signing in with the GM. Other players may join the table to fill it to five people. Players may begin play as soon as their names and badges are documented on the scoresheet. From the second round onwards, the GM will assign players and tables.

In the second round, 4- or 3-player games may be used to optimize player counts.

If a third elimination round is needed, 4- or 3-player games will be used as necessary (for dropouts) to try and ensure a 5-player final.

And Most Importantly… Bring a Copy of the Game if you have one.

 
 
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