The constants include the number of dice used, which is always three. All rules describe certain winning combinations that can be rolled, and 4-5-6 is always treated as a winning combination for the first player who rolls it (though in some variants without a banker, it may be possible for several players to make a "winning combination," requiring a second shootout). Besides the winning combinations, all Cee-lo rules include certain rolls that establish a "point," and there are situations where two or more players will roll and compare their points to determine a winner. If for any reason the dice were to leave the playing area (ex: rolling off of the table and hitting the floor) the player would be deemed an automatic loss.
It is believed that its third appearance in a game of Colombian Poker, although the game originated in the US in the early 20th century, was in the second edition of a Colombian card game invented in 1951. By the time that the game appeared in the first edition of G.B.P. in 1971, it had already been invented in Russia by the Soviet computer scientist Yevgeni Ivanov, who developed the game in 1958. d2c66b5586