A German dice game that used a betting board and dates back to at least the 1500. The name translates as house of "luck," or "fortune." Players take turns rolling the dice and and must pay, or win "coins" from the board. Most traditional boards were fairly plain, but we dressed ours up a little -inspired partially by one of the more elaborate surviving examples.
Includes the basic rules, as well as the rules for "Pinke" a Yiddish version, a drinking version “The Seven Drinks.” and the “Harlequin Game” a Dutch variant.
Includes dice and 50 glass drops to use as chips.