Sic Bo, also referred to as Tai-Sai, sik person, sik ye, bonsai, and big and little hi-low, is an irregular game of chance of early Chinese origin usually played with three championships. Chuckaluck and grand threat are all related variations, either of English origin. The literal significance of sicbo is"grand championships", while dae sai and dae sao mean"small and big dice". In some versions, a board with twenty five points can be used. The object of the game is always to earn the board into the least possible arrangement of things without even using more points than that board may carry. When a person lands on the end of the dice, that player must remove one perish from the deck hand and then change it with the corresponding number onto the board, differently continuing drama is going to end from that player becoming knocked-down.