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Juliet, Howie (Juliets Daddy/ My hubby) and I like to play games at night alot, and this is one of our favorites. Its a dice game called "LRC" which stands for "Left ...

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  1. “Left-Right-Center”, or LCR, is our favorite party game for large groups at our family reunions. This is a very fun game that can be played with almost any number of players and using markers or bills as the tokens.We had always played it with three regular dice but was thrilled to discover that this set had the L (pass one to the left), C (put one in the “center”, which takes it out of play), and R (pass one to the right) markings, as well three black “pips” that means take no action. The plastic chips are functional as counters, but haven’t used them since we only play for money. The goal is to be the last person with one or more tokens remaining, which can be surprising since even when you are out someone might still be forced to pass one (or more) to you at any time. It can get rather loud when a lot of people are attempting to “will” the dice to push the tokens their way.Highly Recommended!CFH

  2. We play this game during our team meetings to break up the formality of work! I love the game so much that I bought 2 more, one as an expansion, and one to give as a gift. Basically you give 3 tokens to each person playing. We played this at my Christmas party at home with 30 people, so after we ran out of tokens I used candy canes and change from my change charge as the premise will still work! Then you take turns rolling the 3 included die that are marked with a L for left, R for right, C for center, dot for keep. Depending on what you roll you pass one of your items to the person on your left or right. You have a bowl or other item to hold the centers that you have to get rid of. The object is to be the last person with at least one of the chips, or items. There is no strategy and its all luck, but a lot of fun. Especially if you need to entertain a large number of people! Any age can easily roll 3 die so anyone can play. We gave away gifts to the winners. Sometimes with the adults only we will do a $5 buy in and use dollars or coins as the items and the winner gets the center pot. The last person with a chip as to roll the dot in order to WIN it all. If they lose it to the center you have to buy in again. The pots can get pretty large and we have a lot of fun hanging out. HaHa! That is just a variation. The game is easy enough to change up rules to make it into a different style you want.

  3. I purchased this LCR dice game in the “Blue Tin”, but it came in a clear tube. I could have purchased it for cheaper if I wanted the clear tube game. I wanted the neat tin case. I arrived earlier than expected; which is a plus. If you are purchasing this for the decorative tin – don’t expect it…..

  4. This seems a bit simple but becomes cutthroat as the game nears completion. You need a crowd to make it fun! We played this together after a birthday celebration with ages ranging from 8 to 95. You can replace the “game chips” with almost anything tangible from wrapped candy to money. No major thought process involved so great way to get the family all together for fun and conversation.

  5. this is a fun game for all ages. we’ve played it for dollar bills…and plan on playing it when we are on vacation with our young grandkids…using M & M’s. great way to teach “right” and “left” to little ones. the game is well made and comes in it’s own little carrying metal canister. it has chips and the dice…but i haven’t used the chips as of yet.the game is exciting since just when you think you might be out of the game…the person next to you rolls a die that would put you right back in the running. there are three dice…and they are labeled with dots, an L (for left), an R (for right) and a C (for center). if you get an R…you must give a dollar, (or whatever you are playing with) to the person to your right. if you roll an L…you give to the person on your left. if you roll a C…you must put your dollar into the center pot. (that money stays and the winner of the game at the end…gets it). if you roll a dot…you keep what you have and the turn goes to the next person. you start with three dollar bills (or chips) and you roll all three dice. if you only have two dollars left…you only roll two dice. if you have one dollar left…you roll one die. if you have no money…you pass on your turn.it’s exciting because even if you have lost all of your money or chips…if the person next to you has to pass to you…you are back in the game . play ends when there is only one person left with money in front of them.lots of fun!

  6. Very simple, very fun game. I introduced it to my bunco group as a little “wrap-up” game for the end of the evening, and it’s a big hit. Each person brings three one-dollar bills, and one lucky person gets to take home the pot.It’s always surprising how long this game can last, especially when there are a number of people playing. I like it better than bunco, because everyone can be at the same table and visit while playing. (Bunco drives me nuts, because just when you get a conversation going with someone at your table you have to get up and move again.)

  7. The more people playing this (try to get at least 5 or 6 players) the more fun. We had friends introduce us to it at an Elk’s Lodge where everybody starts out with three $1 bills, so maybe the pot becomes $25 or so. This is great for travel if you’re hanging around with other people – doesn’t take up hardly any space – and a good ice-breaker.

  8. My family loves left right center. We lost the last set, so I had to buy another. Cute compact metal case with plastic LRC dice. Fun with children and adults.

  9. I love this game. Who needs the coins when you can just play with dollar bills.Won a couple of rounds and ended up being a winner.Hard cases nice to have For storage and keeping all of the Dice and chips together. What can I do with all my dollar bills?

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