Play Yahtzee Online, learn Yahtzee rules, play free Yahtzee online and real money Yahtzee at Gamblers Palace skill games. How Yahtzee Resembles Video Poker. Perceptive readers who are familiar with video poker will see an immediate resemblance. In video poker, you get 5 cards. Yahtzee. Yahtzee, the free online board game, comes to life with new modes and challenges. Roll the Yahtzee dice through 13 rounds of play in three exciting modes: .
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The total score is calculated by summing all thirteen boxes, together with any bonuses. You will get the Upper Score Card Bonus by scoring at least 63 points in the upper area. Sometimes it credits, but most time not. In Yacht both straights are a sequence of five "Big Straight" is , "Little Straight" is You could also do best 2 out of 3. But for action junkies like me, learning how to gamble on a family board game like Yahtzee is a fun and exciting thing to do.
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This one scores as the total of all 5 dice. This one also scores as the total of all 5 dice. Full house consists of 3 dice of one number and 2 dice of another number. A small straight consists of 4 dice with consecutive numbers. A small straight is worth a flat 30 points. A large straight consists of 5 dice with consecutive numbers: Yahtzee is just a 5 of a kind.
Chance can consist of any 5 dice. Toward the end of the game, this is often your only option. If you get a 2nd Yahtzee during a round, you get a point bonus.
In fact, you get a point bonus for every extra Yahtzee you roll. Besides getting the point bonus, you also get to count your total toward the appropriate upper section category. After the 13 rounds, you total your upper section score including the point bonus if you got it and your lower section score to get an overall score for the game.
The player with the highest score wins the game. But you can easily come up with your own ways to bet on Yahtzee. Here are some suggestions: If you had 6 players, you could do this tournament style and have a price for 1st place and 2nd place.
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How does one get scores in the Upper Score Card Bonus??? You will get the Upper Score Card Bonus by scoring at least 63 points in the upper area. Get 20 points or more 9 times in chance in 2 weeks! Small straights are 30 points. So, not possible to score 20 in them. Just curious if anyone else is not getting credit in this challenge.
I've played several times and the progress shows 2 of 9. It should be at least 5 of 9? Yahtzee Party was last weeks Wednesday Challenge. You won that one. Are you working on a Personal Challenge? It would be helpful if you told us the name of it and the requirements. This badge is a mix and match, 2 week time limit.
It's one of the member appreciation badges. It's the Hotzee Yahtzee badge. Score 20 points in small straight 9 times this week. Sometimes it credits, but most time not. Forum where folks gather to make new friends, debate game tips, and share a joke or two. Register to join it's free! Trial time is subject to change. Free Pogo account required.
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Unlike many of us I'd be eager to study, but I just suck at crev and I don't know how to get better. I've been toying around with it quite a bit, but I always have the same problems: I know there are tutorial videos, but they are all "what this and that means" types, and I haven't found proper videos where someone who's good at using it would show how they actually use it to analyze spots.
Basically I'd love there to be a step-by-step video where someone shows how they actually use it post-session to analyze hands, making it a beginners version type of thing, because currently it takes me like an hour to analyze one spot and doesn't seem worth it: So I'm using the above hand as an example of how exactly I suck at this. Please don't care about the hand itself, I'm just trying to solve it for the sake of example, and don't care at all about what the correct play is.
I come up with this: And immediately I have a bunch of questions: It doesn't make sense to me for the program to know his range before the villain has made an action..? Is it because the program "knows" I have KQo precisely and that I'll always jam it? Or is it because in reality villain had KK so is the program using his hand from the HH to calculate it? So as you can see this is a supersimple spot, we are not even postflop, and I'm already puzzled.
Now, let's make this a bit more complex and give ourselves an opening range, not just our hand. So is everything correctly done here? And villain's 3b ev? Is the ev of my shove now correct vs his range, aka did I manage to calculate what I wanted to? Again sorry this is in the "wrong" section, like I said I'm not trying to get an answer from this thread to the hand, but how to use the program and only used this as an example of how hard it is for me, if we went past postflop this post would be 10 times longer.
Does anyone have any insight to how to get better? Are there any articles, blogs, videos, websites, etc that could help me out? Kind of like an in-between step between tutorial videos and Elite pros analyzing complex spots where all focus is on range crunching and not how to use the program.