Scoring is based on the outcome of the dice rolled (reserved dice are not included, except for the case of 6 1's in multiple rolls, see below).
event (single roll) | scoring |
1's | 10 per 1 (but see note on 3 of a kind) |
5's | 5 per 5 |
3 of a kind | 10 times value rolled (this includes 1's, so 3 1's is worth less than 2 1's) |
4 of a kind | 100 |
3 pairs | 150 |
striaght (1,2,3,4,5,6) | 250 |
5 of a kind | 250 |
6 of a kind | instant win! |
The one exception to the rule that scoring only involves the most recently rolled dice (and not the reserved dice) is the following:
If the player chooses to stop (with unreserved dice remaining), all points scored in the round are credited to the player and play continues to the next player. (Remember: a player must score 75 points in the first scoring round.) If at any point a player does not roll any additional scoring dice, all points for the round are lost and play passes to the next player.