Playing Pieces: Five spotted dice, each numbered 1 to 6.
Each player rolls one die. High roll goes first and play moves to the left.
Each round should start with a different player, as the first player has an advantage.
Object: To have the best hand in each round. All other players get a "Horse." Players accumulating three "Horses" are out. Last player wins.
Scoring: Hands are scored by two, three, four or five of a kind. High numbers outrank low numbers and "1s" are "Wild."
On A Turn: The first player rolls the five dice and saves the dice the player wishes. The first player may roll the remaining dice a second and third time putting aside dice from each roll, in order to improve the hand. The first player may elect to stand on the first roll. If so, all players are limited to one roll each. If not, all players have a choice of one, two or three rolls.
Instructions from Sixty-two Dice Games booklet published by Koplow Games June 1999. ISBN 1-886915-03-2