The scoring dice are (in a single roll):
Single 1 spot : 100
Single 5 spot : 50
Three of a kind of 1 spots : 1000
Three of a kind of 2 spots : 200
Three of a kind of 3 spots : 300
Three of a kind of 4 spots : 400
Three of a kind of 5 spots : 500
Three of a kind of 6 spots : 600
Straight (1-2-3-4-5-6) : 1500
Three pair: 500
Two triplets : 2500
Three Farkles in a row : Lose 1000
This is just a simple dice rolling program.
Click the "Hold" buttons to hold or release individual dice.
Click the "Roll Dice" button to roll the group.
You can use this dice roller as a way to practice keeping score in Farkle.
We hope you enjoy our virtual dice roller.
The player with the highest score above 10,000 points on the final round of play wins!
How to Play Farkle
Each player takes turns rolling the dice. When it's your turn,
you roll all six dice at the same time.
Points are earned every time you roll a 1 or 5, three of a kind, three pairs,
a six-dice straight (1,2,3,4,5,6), or two triplets.
If none of your dice earned points, that's a Farkle! Since you earned no points,
you pass the dice to the next player.
If you rolled at least one scoring die, you can bank your points and pass the
dice to the next player, or risk the points you just earned during this round by
putting some or all of the winning die (dice) aside and rolling the remaining dice.
The remaining dice may earn you additional points, but if you Farkle, you lose
everything you earned during the round.
Scoring is based only on the dice in each roll. You cannot earn points by
combining dice from different rolls.
You can continue rolling the dice until you either Pass or Farkle. Then the next
player rolls the six dice until they Pass or Farkle.
Play continues until it is your turn again.
The final round starts as soon as any player reaches 10,000 or more points.
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