This is a two-dice game for the entire class to play together. The values of this game are mental math (adding), learning about probability as well as having fun. The students like to play this game during that wasted last 10 minutes of the class after an exam. Two dice are rolled. The sum is found. Each student makes their own decision to either continue playing for more points by remaining standing beside their desk or sit at their desk to signal they are finished with the round and happy with their score. But if a ‘one’ appears on either die or both dice the round ends and unlucky things happen to those left literally standing. A ‘one’ showing on exactly one die erases their score for only that round. To those students standing, double ‘ones’ are the most damaging. It puts their score of each and every round back to zero. Sitting should be the goal of every student when a ‘one’ appears on the die. The game has five rounds; Round S, Round K, Round U, Round N and Round K. (You could spell out your school mascot if you wish.) After all five rounds, the student with the highest final total wins.