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Answer:
**snake eyes and boxcars**

Standard six-sided dice are the image that most people conjure when one says the word "dice". They were traditionally made from bone, but are now typically cast in plastic.

Standard six-sided dice are the image that most people conjure when one says the word "dice". They were traditionally made from bone, but are now typically cast in plastic.

Answer:
**poker dice**

Poker dice are usually used to play games in which one must make poker hands such as pairs, full houses, or straights. However, the numbers only range from 9-K, and A, so there are more chances to avoid a bust (a hand having a value of less than one pair).

Poker dice are usually used to play games in which one must make poker hands such as pairs, full houses, or straights. However, the numbers only range from 9-K, and A, so there are more chances to avoid a bust (a hand having a value of less than one pair).

Answer:
**Platonic solids**

The Platonic solids are the tetrahedron (4 sides), the cube (6), the octahedron (8), the dodecahedron (12), and the icosahedron (20). These five types of dice are the most popular for tabletop games and can be used interchangeably with similar game types. However, every game is different, so you must be sure that the dice contain the same values.

The Platonic solids are the tetrahedron (4 sides), the cube (6), the octahedron (8), the dodecahedron (12), and the icosahedron (20). These five types of dice are the most popular for tabletop games and can be used interchangeably with similar game types. However, every game is different, so you must be sure that the dice contain the same values.

Answer:
**Yahtzee**

In the game "Yahtzee", one must get five of the same number, the odds of which are .08% if you only roll once. This image was taken from the stained glass of a window in a Portuguese monastery and contains the Portuguese shield. The pattern of the fives matches standard playing dice.

In the game "Yahtzee", one must get five of the same number, the odds of which are .08% if you only roll once. This image was taken from the stained glass of a window in a Portuguese monastery and contains the Portuguese shield. The pattern of the fives matches standard playing dice.

Answer:
**Boggle**

The game "Boggle" was originally marketed by Parker Brothers and became extremely popular in the U.S. There are also other versions marketed towards other languages other than English.

The game "Boggle" was originally marketed by Parker Brothers and became extremely popular in the U.S. There are also other versions marketed towards other languages other than English.

Answer:
**1 in 6**

There are six different combinations that one can roll in order to roll a 7: (1-6), (2-5), (3-4), (4-3), (5-2), (6-1). Since the dice are independent actors, each of these rolls is different. A roll of (1-6) is not identical to that of (6-1) in terms of probability.

It is interesting that rolling a 7 with two dice has the same exact probability as rolling any single number with one die.

There are six different combinations that one can roll in order to roll a 7: (1-6), (2-5), (3-4), (4-3), (5-2), (6-1). Since the dice are independent actors, each of these rolls is different. A roll of (1-6) is not identical to that of (6-1) in terms of probability.

It is interesting that rolling a 7 with two dice has the same exact probability as rolling any single number with one die.

Answer:
**fate dice**

Fudge dice are named after the Fudge system of RPG play, but they are also often called fate dice because they often determine the fate of your character and its attributes.

Typically one rolls four such dice and every (+) you roll is a boon to your character's attributes, while every (-) either negates a positive or adds to your deficit. When one rolls a blank side, it is neutral and doesn't have a positive or negative effect.

Fudge dice are named after the Fudge system of RPG play, but they are also often called fate dice because they often determine the fate of your character and its attributes.

Typically one rolls four such dice and every (+) you roll is a boon to your character's attributes, while every (-) either negates a positive or adds to your deficit. When one rolls a blank side, it is neutral and doesn't have a positive or negative effect.

Answer:
**Crown and Anchor**

Crown and Anchor has a very basic premise: make a bet on one of the symbols and if your number comes up, you get even money. If two symbols match, you get double your money. If all three match, you triple your money. If you match nothing, you lose the bet.

The house has the advantage in this game, so in the long run it is not beneficial to keep playing.

Crown and Anchor has a very basic premise: make a bet on one of the symbols and if your number comes up, you get even money. If two symbols match, you get double your money. If all three match, you triple your money. If you match nothing, you lose the bet.

The house has the advantage in this game, so in the long run it is not beneficial to keep playing.

Answer:
**Dreidel**

Teetotums and dice work on a very similar premise; they both are set into motion with the desired result that ends in randomness. Some teetotums were given six possible sides so that they carried the same function as a six-sided die.

Teetotums and dice work on a very similar premise; they both are set into motion with the desired result that ends in randomness. Some teetotums were given six possible sides so that they carried the same function as a six-sided die.

Answer:
**a coin flip**

It seems rather silly that someone would invest in a die that could essentially be settled with a coin flip. However, d2 dice do exist and in spectacular detail.

It seems rather silly that someone would invest in a die that could essentially be settled with a coin flip. However, d2 dice do exist and in spectacular detail.

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