At some point recently I had been thinking that it seems many, if not most, of the games on The Game Crafter involve a lot of dice rolling. There don't seem to be many Euro games. Perhaps that was the genesis of this dice-heavy game of my own.
Back to the game. In a way BBB is similar to traditional gambling like craps or roulette. Players will bet on which numbers will be rolled on six-sided dice. The distinction is that players use chits to not only bet but also influence the game.
Bet. On one side of the board is the betting area. For each chit on a given number that is rolled, that player wins coins. There is an exception though. If there is a winning bidder in the Bid section for that number, the bets are void. Numbers 1-4 earn 2 coins, while 5-6 earn only one because they cannot be Bid on.
Bid. The bidding side has the numbers 1-4. Here players bid to control all the returns of a given number. If they are the winning bidder by having the most chits, they get one coin for each die of that number. However, if there is a tie, nobody wins, and the chits are wasted.
Buy. There are two things chits can outright buy: dice rolls and game progress. The number of dice rolled is determined each round by how many chits the players allocate toward dice. And finally, players can place chits toward ending the game. This allows a player to hasten the end if they think they are in the lead.
So, in a nutshell that's the game from my vision. Only testing will decide if it was inspiration or a dream best forgotten.