How Do You Play Dice With Quarters?



How to Play Quarter Pass With Dice

Here's a fun dice game that lets you win a little money or other goodies off your family and friends into the bargain! It's simple to play but results in much merriment as the dice throws cause everyone to think twice, toss around the money, and the excitement builds.


This is a great game for the holiday season because you can play it with chocolate coins (as depicted in the images) and use it to fill in moments when people aren't sure what else to do with themselves! Here is how to play.

Steps

  1. Set up the game.The number of players is unlimited, so the whole family or group of friends can join in if wished.
    • Hand out three quarters to each player. Alternatively, have each player provide their own three quarters. If preferred, you can use poker chips, play money, chocolate coins, dare or chore promise vouchers, or anything else you consider to be appropriate. The item should be desirable to win, however.
  2. Find three dice to roll.The number of dice rolled will depend on the number of quarters held:
    • When a player has one or two quarters, he or she rolls one or two dice, directly related to the number of quarters held.
    • If a player has three or more quarters, the player rolls all three dice.
    • If a player doesn't have any money left in front of them, he or she is still in the game, but doesn’t get to roll until someone passes them a quarter.
    • The last player with quarters rolls the dice and has to roll a 1, 2, or 3 in order to win the center pot of money or other goodies used.
  3. Each player rolls the three dice to see who goes first.The person who rolls the highest number starts the game.
  4. Roll the dice to determine where your money or other treasure is going.For every 4, put one quarter into the center pot.
  5. For every 5, pass one quarter to the person on your left.
  6. For every 6, pass one quarter to the person on your right.
  7. Roll for the center pot.When only one person is left holding quarters, he or she must roll for the center pot.
    • The player must roll a 1, 2, or 3 to win the pot. If the player rolls a 4 and only has one quarter left, that quarter must go into the center pot. In this case, the pot becomes a "carry-over" pot because nobody wins. The game (or a new round) begins afresh, with everyone taking three quarters again. The person who rolled last begins the new game using the same rules until somebody wins.
    • If the player rolls a 4, 5, or 6, then the remaining quarters are passed as throughout the game.

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  • Question
    When rolling two dice or three dice it's only once die that actually counts?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If a player has three or more quarters, then they roll three dice. If a player has less than 3 quarters, he uses as many dice as he has quarters (1 quarter = 1 die, 2 quarters = 2 dice). All of the dice count, though. For example: I have three quarters in front of me, so I roll three dice that land on numbers 1, 4, and 5. I get to keep one (due to rolling a 1), I put one quarter in the middle (due to rolling a 4) and I pass one quarter to the left (due to rolling a 5).
    Thanks!
  • Question
    If a person rolls a 1, 2, or 3 during regular play, do they just pass the dice and keep their quarters?
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    Community Answer
    Yes. Rolling a 1, 2, or 3 at any point during the game results in the player passing the dice.
    Thanks!
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  • If a player has less than 3 quarters, he only uses as many dice as he has quarters (1 quarter=1 die, 2 quarters=2 dice).
  • If playing with chocolate coins, anybody who eats their coin is automatically out of the game.
  • If you would like you can up the stakes and use dollar bills in substitution of quarters.





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