Quoted from LesManley:
You start out on a wager screen where you choose what you want to risk, then you get the game screen where you bet and call the computer player a liar. I wasn't ready for it and I kept waiting for the game to end the mode and throw the ball back into play, so I didn't start recording the video right away. I didn't know how to play, but I won.
EDIT: ^^ Kevin beat me by 34 secs
Liars dice - using your pic as an example:
+ whenever you ‘Bid’, you must increase either the # of dice (left number) or the dice value or both. (So once someone bumps the dice value up to 6 you can only start raising the # of dice)
+ you have 5 dice, as shown, and your opponent has 5 dice. 10 total.
+ so looking at the pic, it looks like your next bid will be 1 (Six). Your opponent can then raise the bid to anything more than your bid of 1. Let’s say it comes back as 3 (Sixes) - you have 2 sixes in your hand, now it’s a guess whether you think your opponent has one or more sixes or had none.
+ If you think he has none, then click Liar. Both players show hand, calculate all the 6’s. If there’s 3 or more he wins, if less than 3 you win.
+ or you can raise the bid again and go for 4 (6’s) hoping he has at least 2 for a total of 4.
It’s really a fun game when 2 or more people are involved. Not so fun against a computer. Glad it only happens if you play as Davey Jones. Which begs the question, when do you play it? When you start your game? Or Beginning of ball 3 so you can risk your total score or even your ball? If the latter, then it could become interesting and fun.