# Any Seven definition

Any Seven means a one roll wager that may be made at any time which shall win if a total of 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of such bet and shall lose if any other total is thrown.‌
Any Seven means a one roll wager made at anytime, which shall win if a total of 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of the wager and shall lose if any other total is thrown.
Any Seven means a one roll wager made at any time on the section of the PT marked “Any Seven”, which shall win if a total of 7 is determined on the roll immediately following placement of the wager and shall lose if any other total is determined.

## Examples of Any Seven in a sentence

• A one roll wager placed in units of five (5) with four (4) units wagered as a Horn Bet and the remaining unit wagered on Any Seven.

• An Any Seven Bet shall lose if any total other than a 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of the Any Seven Bet.

• Any Seven" - A one roll wager made at any time which will win if a total of 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of such bet and will lose if any other total is thrown.

• If the property does not have a designated area on its layout for the acceptance of a World Bet, it may elect to break down a World Bet into two separate wagers of four units on the Horn Bet and one unit on the Any Seven Bet.

• A World Bet may be paid as if it was two separate wagers with four units wagered as a Horn Bet and one unit wagered as an Any Seven Bet.

• An Any Seven Bet shall win if a 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of the Any Seven Bet.

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• A retail licensee that does not have a designated area on the layout for the acceptance of the Whirl Bet shall break down the wager into two separate wagers on the Horn Bet and the Any Seven wager.

• A Whirl Bet shall be placed in units of five, with four units wagered on 2, 3, 11, and 12 and the fifth unit wagered as an Any Seven wager.

• An Any Seven bet shall lose if any total other than a 7 is thrown on the roll immediately following placement of the Any Seven Bet.

## Related to Any Seven

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