We (my friends and I, including my husband) played this game as adults in 1981 and it allowed our gatherings to go on for years. I recently found our dice and wanted to start over, but I couldn`t remember the rules. Thanks for the rules! What makes it so easy to play anywhere is a dice board (we still have one from a horrible game that ended up in the trash). A variation of the comments: “One thing we do differently is that we play with only 5 dice. One of them is always a different color and that`s the most important thing. So if the red cube (we always use 4 whites and one red) is one and a white cube is one, it`s 1,000. That`s the way I was taught, so I`ve never really played with 6 dice or straight lines. Dice 10,000 (or Ten Thousand, 5-Dice, 10,000 Dice, Ten Grand) is the name of a family dice game played with 6 dice, it is very similar to Farkle. There are also other names, including Zilch, Zilchers, Foo, Boxcar, Bogus, Zach`s Dice Game and Crap Out. Example: Player 1 rolls all six dice and chooses three fours for 400 points.

She rolls the remaining three dice for a 2, 4, 5; The extra 4 does not multiply the previous three of a genre, unless it plays gradually, and it can only score 50 points for the Lone 5. If she rolls two more 5s with the remaining dice, if she does not play gradually, they only get 50 points each and do not form three with the other 5. What happens if a die comes off the board on your first reel? Can you roll those dice again and count them as part of that first reel? My family and I argued about it because I threw two “1s”, three “5s” and the sixth die fell off the board. I rolled up the cube that fell off the board and it was a “1”. They didn`t want it to count with the rest of the dice I rolled, so they prevented me from getting three “1s”. I told them they were wrong, but they insisted that it shouldn`t count in my first role because it fell off the board. That seems to me to be completely false. The player can choose to keep as many dice of points as he wants, but must keep at least one. (See Evaluation section). Place the dice on the side and roll the remaining dice.

Again, the player can keep as many dice of points as he wants, but must keep at least one. Place the dot dice on the side and roll the remaining dice. I didn`t know this game. Good to know about such an interesting game. The rules are a bit tricky for me. You have to be mentally alert to play that. It`s a kind of mental arithmetic. Thanks for sharing. Over the past few months, we`ve been playing games here like crazy. The game of 10,000 dice has made a comeback. Big M even plays alone (although his score for these games is extremely high.

hmmm). YES! We had Farkle for Christmas last year and everyone loves it! Who would have thought that 6 dice could be so fun? Ok, and who would have thought that 6 cubes could photograph so beautifully? Nice shot! If you are stuck because you only have 5 cubes, you can add a marker or sticker to create a “red” cube. Full House (3 of a species plus 2 of a species) are worth 1,500 Typically, each roll is evaluated separately, with the dice marked at the time of the dice roll, so three or more species must be rolled at the same time and the dice from subsequent reels are not “stacked” for the highest score. In the so-called progressive score, the dice can form combinations with the previously ranked and set aside dice. It`s so funny. I just started playing Farkle for math with my boys (5 and 3) last weekend, and then I read your post this morning. The rules we use are the ones found on the box, but I may need to try your rules for the extra math they might learn. Thanks for the idea of the dice board! If the person picked up the previous player`s remaining dice and received a score, they will get the previous player`s score plus what they rolled with the remaining dice, right? Will the previous player lose the points for this round he just scored? The player continues to roll the remaining dice and sets aside one die from each point combination.

He must hit each pitch separately; For example, he cannot use three of his first role and two three of his second role to make three of the same genre. He tracks his points, adds each throw to the total and announces his score after each throw. He keeps playing until he has a zero pitch and doesn`t get a score for the whole move or decides to stop. If a player has removed his six dice because he hit, he rolls all six again and continues to score. The ten thousand game is for any number of people and uses six dice. You can play the standard game or choose alternative rules. In the standard game, each player rolls the dice in turn. After the first roll, the player must remove one of the dice that was in a combination of points. He does this until he launches a no-score or decides to stop and record his score.

itunes.apple.com/ca/app/farkle-addict-10-000-dice/id436919932?mt=8 I`m looking for a player role with a pair without points. But I wanted to offer the way I learned to score. A strait is worth 1500 3 pairs = 750 The real difference is to multiply the dice for 4 of a species and 5 of a species. Also, some clarifications MAY be helpful.