Freda

You

Rolls | You | Freda |

ones | ||

twos | ||

threes | ||

fours | ||

fives | ||

sixes | ||

sum | ||

bonus | ||

three of a kind | ||

four of a kind | ||

full house | ||

small straight | ||

large straight | ||

chance | ||

yahtzee | ||

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One of the easiest and most fun games. Want to rest, relax and have a wonderful time, Yahtzee is the game for you.

You can play online with other players, compete for the best score, or choose single-player play. What could be easier: just roll the dice, make combinations and see the results.

Yahtzee is a simple game with simple rules, and you will have a lot of fun.

Try your luck and roll your lucky dice. Play Yahtzee right now for free.

Millions of players around the world are already ready to battle with you!

The game of Yahtzee is built on the throwing of dice. Its story begins in the 50's in Canada. To entertain their friends, the game with a roll of five dice was invented by a couple and called it Yacht. Among the guests was the entrepreneur Edwin S. Lowe, who was captivated by the game. He registered the copyright, changed a little the rules and came up with a new name Yahtzee. Trying to make the game popular, Lowe threw themed parties on his yacht and word of the game quickly spread across the continent.

To date, several tens of millions of sets of the game have already been sold. The first computer version of Yahtzee appeared in the 80's on Apple computers, a few years later the version became available to users of all computer systems.

The game in the online version exists in two versions: a single game, you fight with the computer and multiplayer, where the game is connected to multiple players. It is possible to play with up to 20 participants online!

Yahtzee gets its name from its predecessor game Yacht, the players compete on a yacht.

Roll the dice and make combinations. For each combination you get a certain number of points. The player who gets the most points wins.

To play Yahtzee you need at least two players, in the online version your opponent will be a computer, and five game dice.

To determine the primacy of the move you throw the game dice, put the values together. The player with the most points moves first!

As you play, you roll the game dice and collect various combinations. After each round you record the points in your scorecard Yahtzee.

The game has a total of 13 rounds. After all the rounds are completed points are calculated and the winner is named.

Warning. The game accrues an additional system of bonuses. Follow the conditions for their receipt to win in Yahtzee.

Some of the names of the game dice combinations will be familiar to poker fans, but it will not be difficult for a new player to learn them.

Three of a Kind you rolled three identical dice. For example, you rolled three fives, two and one. The points in Yahtzee are counted this way:

3 * 5 + 2 + 1 = 18 This is the number you write on the Scorecard.

Four of a Kind you rolled four identical dice.

Full House is a combination of three dice of one number and two dice of another number. The sum of the dice is not counted; you are awarded 25 points for obtaining this combination.

Small Straight you collect four game dice in a numerical sequence. For example, 3, 4, 5, 6 and any other game dice.

Or 2, 3, 4, 5. Such combination will bring you 30 points.

Large Straight here you need to collect five game dice in a numerical sequence. For example, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. This combination will give you 40 points.

Yahtzee The luckiest roll of the game dice. All five values are the same. You get 50 points for the first Yahtzee in the game and 100 points for each additional Yahtzee. But if your Yahtzee box is already set to zero, you do not get the bonus. You can use the combination in the other cells at the bottom of the Scorecard Yahtzee: Full House, Large Straight, Small Straight and get the corresponding number of points.

Chance is a cell that you can fill with any combination if you don't want to fill another cell. You can use Chance and record the sum of all rolled dice. For example,

you rolled dice 2, 2, 3, 5, 6. No special combinations are visible and you record the number 18 in the chance box.

2 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 6 = 18

Scorecard Yahtzee

Scorecard Yahtzee has 13 cells that you fill as you play.

The 13 cells are 13 rounds.

After each round, you fill one cell.

If the game dice don't make the right combination, you write zero into the cell.

Each cell can only be filled once per game.

Choose carefully the cell in which you want to enter the amount of the roll combination of the game dice.

Scorecard Yahtzee is divided into top and bottom.

The top field consists of six cells:

1 the sum of the game dice with the number one

2 sum of game dice with number two

3 sum of game dice with figure three

4 sum of game dice with figure four

5 sum of game dice with figure five

6 sum of dice with figure six

You write down values of dice with identical numbers in cells.

For example, you have dice: 1, 2, 2, 2, 3. You can write the result in cell 2 at the top of the Scorecard, it is six 2 * 3 = 6. Only dice with the same values are taken into account. At the top you should try to score a total of 63 points or more. Then you will get an additional bonus of 35 points when the game points are calculated.

The bottom part is made up of cells:

Three of a Kind

Four of a Kind

Full House

Small Straight

Large Straight

Yahtzee

Chance

You fill in the cells by checking the values of the dice combinations. Fill in the cells of Scorecard Yahtzee carefully, try not to allow the presence of zeros in their results.

Decide on the turn sequence. Roll the dice and count the sum. The one, whose sum of points is greater, starts.

The game uses five game dice.

You can roll the dice three times in one round.

There are a total of 13 rounds in the game.

The game fills your Scorecard Yahtzee.

Each round you choose a cell that you can fill with the combinations you roll.

If the combination does not fit in the Scorecard cell, you put a zero.

Each cell can be filled only once during the entire game.

By the end of the game all Scorecard cells must be filled.

Roll the game dice for the first time. Look carefully at the matched values and determine what combinations you can make. On any roll, you can reset the game dice and leave new dice. For example, you rolled the game dice: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6. You can leave them, this Small Straight combination will bring 30 points. But you can roll a one to get a deuce and make a Large Straight and get 40 points.

Make your second roll. If you get the combination, you can finish the round and add your points to the Scorecard. However, you can always keep a couple of dice and roll the rest in the hope of luck. And if you still can't make a combination, there is one last roll.

You can always roll any number of game dice.

If you are satisfied with the dice from the first roll, you may not roll the next two dice, but rather record the combination in your Scorecard. For example, if you have five of the same dice on your first roll, it is foolish to make a move on. Scorecard your first Yahtzee.

If you are not satisfied with the resulting combination of game dice, you can write it in any box. For example, you got 4, 4, 3, 5, 6. You can write down a pair of fours, but this will only give you eight points. It is better to write the combination in cell 1, this will give you zero points, but leave the possibility of filling cell 4 more successfully.

After the last roll and score, fill in the Scorecard box and move on to the next round.

If you collect more than 63 points at the top of the Scorecard, you will receive an additional bonus of 35 points.

If you are a good luck favorite and have discarded two Yahtzee's for the game, you will be awarded 100 points for the second one.

At the end of the game, the total number of points is tallied, plus bonuses, if any.

The player with the most points for the entire game wins.

The game Yahtzee combines strategy and luck, you must first try to collect all available bonus points in the game. To do this, at the top of the Scorecard dial an amount greater than 63, and try to get Yahtzee. A player without bonus points rarely wins a Yahtzee.

First try to fill the bottom of the Scorecard with Yahtzee, there should be no zeros there.

If you can't collect Yahtzee, fill the top part of the Scorecard with maximum values.

Statistically, the highest probability exists of throwing out Three of a Kind, try to collect three of the same numbers. On this basis, you can build a Full House or write a good value in the top cell. The essence of the strategy: you need to leave a pair after the throw, if the next throw gets another pair, leave the older one. The probability of collecting three identical dice following this strategy is about 80%.

After the first roll, if there are no pairs, you may leave only fives and sixes. You will be able to get the maximum average score.

Always leave identical dice after the roll.

If you roll three dice in numerical sequence, leave them, try to collect Small Straight or Large Straight.

If you roll a Small Straight, keep it and roll one dice, try to collect a Large Straight.

Try to collect the maximum values in cells 5 and 6 on the top of the Scorecard.

If you get an unsuccessful combination, record it in box 1.

Use the Chance box wisely; do not write values below 25 points.

Chances of Success

The difficulty of the game Yahtzee is that you have to fill all the cells of Scorecard Yahtzee only once. After all, it is so frustrating if you have already written zero into the Yahtzee cell and you get five of the same dice. Or you are left in Scorecard to fill the cell 6 on the top field, and you throw out four fives. So take your time and write down unsuccessful combinations in the first cells 1 and 2 first. Try to take your chances on the first rounds of the game when you have a lot of free cells!

Yahtzee is an extremely addictive game. When you learn all the rules you can improve your skills in single player or in a company game. Play, take your chances, and get your Yahtzee!