Mind Sports Olympiad: Liars Dice (aka Perudo/Dudo)

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The dice are revealed: There are actually 5 x 2 and 3 x 1, so Doodoo was a bad call in this case. The dice could actually support a call of up to 8 x 2

Player A: Loses a die and starts the bidding in the next round

 

Bidding - Jonti (spot on)

If a player makes a bid and another player believes that this bid actually reflects the *exact* quantity of the specified die face-value in play, then they should call Jonti. When Jonti is called, the round ends and all the dice are revealed. If correct, the player calling Jonti is awarded a die, bringing it back in to play. If incorrect, the calling player loses a die. E.g. If Player A makes a bid of 3 x 2 and Player B calls Jonti, it is only a correct call if there are *exactly* 3 x 2 (including any wild aces that are in play). No player can have more than the maximum five die in play (and so Jonti should only be called by a player who has less than five die in play)! Jonti must be called *before* any subsequent bid is placed, and Jonti cannot be called by an adjacent player i.e. when the bid has been made by the player preceding you. Hence, Jonti can never be called in a two-person round. A successful call of Jonti has an added bonus as the player also starts the bidding in the next round.

Example 6: Jonti

Player A has 3 dice, Player B and Player C have the maximimum of five each. Player A - (2 x 2) + (1 x 1) (i.e. has 3 dice in play;

rolls two Two's and one Ace)

Player B - (2 x 2) + (3 x 1) (i.e. rolls one Two and three Aces)

Player C - (1 x 3) + (4 x 5) (i.e. rolls one Three and four Fives)

Player A: bids 3 x 6 (see Advanced Dogspangle)

Player B: bids 4 x 6 (raising the quantity of dice bid)

Player A: calls Jonti

The dice are revealed: There are no sixes but there are 4 x 1 which count as four sixes, so its a good Jonti call from Player A

Player A: Gets a die back and now has 4 dice, and starts the bidding in the next round

 

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