There is a perception that Chinese invented and enjoyed the first games of chance about 2000 years ago, they used tiles, pebbles, dice, although the game scheme was quite primitive it has stayed intact to date and rules have remained similar as many centuries ago. The same story is about Sic Bo — the first casino game ever invented, meaning in translation “dice pair”. We can’t but mention an interesting historical fact that while playing Sic Bo in those ancient times gamers tossed two quite heavy bricks with numbers on their sides, sounds bizarre, huh? Happily soon, these bulky elements of the game were replaced with three lightweight six-sided dice. What remained unchanged, regardless of time passed, is the main object of the game: the player must wager on the combination of rolled dice-numbers. Sic Bo in the 20th century was successfully brought to North America by Chinese immigrants and deservedly won the place among other favorite table games of the residents.