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The best way to learn this is by actually playing it.
Each die has 6 sides, from 1 pip to 6 pips.
Each player holds 5 dice in their dice cup without revealing to each other.
The purpose of this game is to guess the total number of one particular pip from both players, and if you were right, you win; if you were wrong, then you lose.
For example, it can be from one 6 to twelve 6's.
The rules are:
The game starts by one player calling for a number of pips, e.g. three 2's, then the next player will have to raise, i.e. four 2's or three 3's.
Either the total number or the pip number has to be bigger than the previous calling as the game takes turns.
1 pip can be any number of pips; i.e. it can be 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6, so that the game can have more complexity. It is like an unknown factor, because a player might only have one 2 in his dice cup, but he also has three 1's, which means he has four 2's potentially.
However, there is a special rule, if a player calls for the number of 1 pip, e.g. three 1's, then 1 pip automatically loses its multiple identities. It can now only be 1 pip until the game ends.
If you think your opponent is bluffing, then you say: open!
Suppose you have two 1's and two 3's, and your opponent has one 1 and two 3's in both of your dice cups. Then your opponent calls for eight 3's, and you don't believe him and say open, then you win. If he calls for seven 3's and you say open, then you lose.