Left Right Center

by Nancy Caruso

Love this Game

Love this Game

Left Right Center is one of the best group games ever....you can buy the special dice at any novelty store.

We play with 3 single $1.00 bills in front of you. Roll the dice, follow the dice...give the bill to the Left Right or Center. If you roll a dot you keep the buck.

You only roll the dice if you have cash in front of you, and roll as many die as many bills as you have...

The winner must roll a dot in order to win....otherwise you reanty and start again....this is truly a group crowd pleaser!

TPQ Comment: I agree Left Right Center is one of the best group games. I've played with as many as 25 people! In the past week, we played this game with quarters. Here's how we played:

Start with 3 quarters per person. To begin, each person rolls 3 dice (one for each quarter). Quarters are distributed depending on what you roll. Say you roll an L, a dot and a C. You would give one quarter to the person to the left of you (L), one quarter to the center (C = pot in middle) and you would keep one (the dot).

Next time it's your turn, you only have one quarter left (the dot) so you only get to roll one die. If you have no quarters remaining you can't roll. Quarters are passed back and forth around the table until just a couple of people have quarters left.

Eventually only one person will have quarters left and they are playing to win the pot in the center. We played that the only way they could win the pot was as if they rolled a C.

Bottom line: Left Right Center is easy for players of all ages and is great for large groups. Thanks for contributing Nancy.

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Feb 05, 2015
Clarification please NEW
by: Anonymous

If you are supposed to roll the number of dice for each dollar or quarter that you have, does that mean when something is passed to someone, say two quarters went to the person to the left and they now have five, does that mean that roll the three dice and then two more? Or do you only roll a max of three?

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