Bluff is a game of dice derived from the game of Perudo. It is sometimes known as Liars Dice.
The game can be played in groups of any size. To play, it is required that each player start with five dice and a shaker (usually store bought, but a can or bag can be used to supplement). Also, one community dice is required.
As the name would suggest, Bluff is primarily a game involving lying and bluffing.
A round begins with every player rolling all the dice in their hand and keeping them hidden beneath the shaker. Each player then looks at their own dice while keeping them hidden from the other players. The players then bid on the numbers beneath the cups. Play continues until a bet is challenged.
The loser(s) of the round give up dice from their hand. The last player to have dice in their hand - is crowned the winner.
The first player to bet is decided by a game of lowest roll. A player bets on the number of dice showing a specific number from two to six. A player may not bid on the number one. For example, a player might bet that there are at least "four fives" contained under all of the player's shakers. When betting, you must also state the number of dice you are willing to bet on this statement. For example, a player might bet "three dice that there are at least four fives".
The winner is decided based on the tally after a bet is challenged. The tally is either less than, greater than, or equal to the value specified in the bet.