This here is Fortune’s End, Nevada. Gold rush brought this town loads of gold folk, gold bust left behind all the band ones. Course, not all the gold’s gone, providin’ you know whose sticky fingers to pry it from… Get Lucky, or Lose It All! Roll your dice and pass your chips in this classic game of chance! The outlaw with the last chip standing wins the pot. Three New Ways to Get Lucky: Sure, there are rival outlaws to your left and right, and your precious pot is the center of their attention, but the new Bandit and Horseshoe faces can really turn the game upside-down! Roll your dice, but watch where the Bandit points, or another player might purloin one of your gold chips. Of course, if you roll a Horseshoe the tables turn: left is right, right is left, and center lets you steal right from the pot. There are even new yatzy-style “luck” mechanics when you roll matching dice. It’s a whole new way to play! Why You’ll Love It: With super simple mechanics that are easy-to-learn for children and adults, and an average game time around 10 minutes, Last Chip Standing: Devil’s Luck is a delightful, bite-sized game packed with replay value that costs less than 10 dollars. Can’t beat that. Great for young kids and old kids, this dice game feels as much at home at family game night as it does at family reunions. 8+ Players? That’s right. As long as you have 3 more chips to start them out with, you can play Last Chip Standing with just about any number of players. You can even sub in real coins to make the stakes a whole lot more… interestin’. Feather-Light? Light-weight is board game speak for games that are easy to teach and don’t involve a lot of movin’ parts. Player agency is often low, or sometimes completely left up to luck. In the case of Last Chip Standing, it’s all about the dice, which is why it plays so simple and fast, and why its a rush for such a wide range of ages.