Lucky Seven Low Score Challenge : One Player Game of Polydi

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Roll the Polydi until you roll the number “7”
Count the number of rolls it takes to roll 7 three times. Each roll counts as one point. The goal is to get the lowest number of points possible.
If
you roll a “number”, add one point to your score and roll again. If you roll a “Plus Sign”, you gain 1 free roll. If you roll a “Polydi Symbol” , you gain 2 free rolls.
Player rolls a The player now has 1 point.
Player rolls a The player now has 2 points total.
Player rolls a The player now has 3 points total. They have also earned their first seven.
Player rolls a “ The player does NOT get charged a point for this roll. They still have 3 points total. They also earned the next roll free which means they do not get charged a point on their next roll.
Player rolls a The player still has 3 points total because their last roll earned them a free roll.
Player rolls a The player now has 4 points total.
Player rolls a The player now has 5 points total. They have also earned their second seven. They need one more seven to win the game.
Player rolls a The player now has 6 points total.
Player rolls a “ The player does NOT get charged a point for this roll. They still have 6 points total. They also earned the next TWO rolls free.
Player rolls an The player still has 6 points total. On this roll, they use up one of their free turns.
Player rolls another The player still has 6 points total. They have now used their second free roll they earned when they had rolled the Polydi Symbol.
Player rolls a The player now has 7 points total.
Player rolls a
The
player now has 8 points total.
The
It is OK to roll a “plus sign” or “Polydi Symbol” more then once in a row. If you keep rolling these symbols you continue to add up your free turns. Don’t forget, if you roll a “minus” sign at any time in the game, you lose and the game is over immediately. This really stinks if you already have two sevens and have a good score… Well, too bad, you lose. Fortunately, you are welcome to try again. Maybe next time, you can try a different Polydi to see if it has better luck.
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If you do well in this challenge, you may want to write down your score. See if you can beat your best score the next time you play. |

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