Best Online Casinos for Sic Bo Games

On this page you’ll find information about online casinos. The links below this paragraph are to our casino reviews. The main focus, of course, is on sic bo games and how playing sic bo will affect your experience. To get started, just click on the link and give the reviews a read. If you find a casino that sounds good to you, just click on the links in the review to visit the casino and signup.

The second part of this page will focus on what I look for when I review (sic bo) casinos, and why each variable matters.

Important Casino Information

The very first thing I look at is the casino itself. I ask 4 questions:

Do they accept players from my country? While some casinos accept players from every country and states, many others don’t. This applies to American players more than anyone else. To figure this out, all you need to do is read their terms and conditions, contact support or try to download their software. Support is usually the fastest.

Are they licensed, regulated and audited? Online casinos are supposed to be licensed and regulated. I’d avoid any casino that’s not like the plague. In regards to being audited, I want to make sure that the casino’s software is tested for randomness. Randomness means fair games for you.

Do they have a responsive, courteous and knowledgeable support staff? When you have a problem or question, you wanted it answered yesterday, right?!? So it’s important to me that, when I test a casino’s support, that they get back to me in less than 24 hours, and preferably sooner. Customer service reps that are polite and can actually answer my questions is a must, too.

Does the casino have banking options that I can use? I prefer casinos that have as many options as possible, have no fees and quick processing times.

If I answer ‘no’ to any of these questions, I will almost always cross the casino off my list and move on to the next one. The casino just isn’t worth my time, much less my money.

The Casino’s Software & Games

There isn’t a whole lot to online sic bo. You just pick what you want to wager on and roll the dice. So I don’t focus much on the game. Here is what I do focus on:

Does the casino have an alternative version of their software? There are more and more players on Mac and Linux operating systems. So one thing I look for is an alternate version of the casino’s software, either as a download or no-download (browser) option. Most casinos have the no-download option which you can play from your browser window.

Is there a variety of other casino games? I make sure there are other casino games that I like to play. Since sic bo is available at most casinos I’ve come across, you do have options, even if you like harder-to-come-by games like live dealer roulette or Spanish blackjack.

Sic Bo Bonus and Clearing Requirements

The biggest mistake you can make when shopping for a sic bo casino is jumping at the casino with the biggest bonus. Although that is important, it’s not first on the list — it’s last. Check out the questions I ask and I’m sure you’ll see why.

First — Can you play sic bo while clearing the deposit bonus? Nearly every casino has a special rule regarding sic bo (and many other table/specialty games) and bonuses. Many casinos simply won’t allow you to play sic bo while earning a deposit bonus.

Second — If the casino does allow it, what are the clearing requirements? If the casino does allow you to play sic bo while earning the deposit bonus, you need to find out if there are any special clearing requirements. Every bonus will require you to wager so many times the deposit, or deposit plus bonus. In other words, if you were clearing a $100 bonus playing slots, you might have to wager your bonus 25x ($2,500) before you can make a withdrawal.

What many casinos will do (if they allow you to play sic bo) is require you to wager more, say 50x. They essentially handicap what your wagers are worth compared to other games so that you have to wager more playing games like sic bo, blackjack and roulette.

Regardless if the casino does or doesn’t (most will), check the clearing requirements anyway. Try to find a casino with the smallest requirements.

What is the bonus amount? The last thing I look at is the bonus amount. You should have no problem finding a casino that offers a $100, $500 or $1,000 bonus. Don’t forget to look at the percentage they’re willing to match you either. A 150% or 200% match can often be better than a 100% match, even if the amount of the 100% bonus is bigger. A bigger percentage means that you’re able to deposit less and get more for your money.


And that’s it. Those are the variables I look at when reviewing casinos. Simple stuff really. But each variable will make a huge impact on your experience at the casino. So each one is just as important as it is simple.