The Left Center Right or LCR game is a very popular dice game that was published in 1992 by George & Company LLC, which also owns the right for the same. Take a look at the LCR game rules provided by Plentifun, and start playing.
The LCR game can also be played using real money in place of chips; this could either be in a gambling sort of way whereby one places bets of considerably higher denominations, or in a playful way by using coins of lesser denomination.
The LCR game being a chance-based game doesn’t really have a strategy of any sort, and is played simply with dice and chips. It’s a very addicting, and fast-paced game that you surely would enjoy with a group of friends or with your family.
The three dice used in LCR aren’t regular dice. Each die has ‘L’, ‘C’, and ‘R’ written on three sides, and three dots on the other three sides. However, the game can also be played using regular dice by previously deciding the sides that would denote each of the three letters. For instance, we could say the letter ‘L’ would be 1 on each die, ‘C’ would be 4, and ‘R’ would be denoted by 6. Another way could be using blank dice and marking L, C, and R on three sides, and dots on the rest.
Following are the rules for the game, so quickly go through them and begin playing LCR.
If any of the dice turns up to be an L, the player gives a chip to the player on the left. If any of the dice turns out to be a C, place one chip in the pot (in the center). Finally, if a dice turns out to be R, give a chip to the player on your right.
If you’re playing with money, try not to lose too much. You can ideally play with lesser denominations. Roll the dice and enjoy!