Crown and Anchor is a dice game where players have to guess on the figures the croupier will get from rolling three dice, and can place bets on the resulting combinations of figures.
The dice do not have points or numbers printed on the sides, but the figures of the American deck plus a crown and an anchor.
The Crown and Anchor game is played with three dice that have on the sides the same figures showed on the felt cloth of the rectangular table, the figures of the American deck plus a King Crown and an Anchor. The figures on the cards are: An upside down heart or black spade, a red heart, a red diamond and a black club.
To begin the game a minimum of one player is required. The maximum number of players at each table depends on the number of bets each symbol can accommodate on the table.
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