Online Cee-lo and 1-4-24 Dice Games Rolled Out by Juicy Stakes: Big Cash Promo

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Feb/20/2013
Online Cee-lo and 1-4-24 Dice Games Rolled Out by Juicy Stakes

Popular online gaming site, Juicy Stakes is now rolling two dice games new to the real money scene, Cee-lo and 1-4-24. Hit the alley to catch Strungflowers and avoid the Dancing Dragon in three dice Cee-lo or try your hand at 1-4-24. Play and real money, multi-player games are now rolling under the all new Dice tab within the Juicy software.

To welcome this new addition to the gaming platform, Juicy Stakes is launching its first Dice promotion this weekend. Slay the Dragon will reward Cee lo real money players via an $888 weekly point board.

The Slay the Dragon promotion will reward 50 Cee lo players each week with up to $100 cash. The point board is simple. Players rolling the dreaded Dancing Dragon (1-2-3), the lowest possible roll on the Cee lo board, will have the chance to recoup any losses by earning points towards the Slay the Dragon $888 point board. Every time a player rolls Dancing Dragon, they’ll earn points equal to their bet (For example, rolling Dancing Dragons in a $5 game will earn the player 5 points).

Players will be able to track their progress on the Slay the Dragon leaderboards by logging into the Juicy software, visiting the Juicy Dice tab, and entering the Cee lo lobby.

Slay the Dragon begins Sunday, February 17th at Noon GMT, and ends Sunday, March 3rd at 11:59 PM GMT, offering two runs of the $888 point board.

Juicy Stakes’s Cee-lo (also known as four-five-six) will be played out in a virtual alley where players can compete against each other for play or real money as they roll three dice and attempt to get the top hand of Strung Flowers (4-5-6) and avoid the worst roll - the dreaded Dancing Dragon (1-2-3).

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