Does anyone have the original data, I really don’t feel like typing it all up manually. ðŸ™‚

I’m needing both the unique results (all 216 combinations) AND the die-generic results (where it doesn’t matter which die has what number).

I’m working on a dice variant where both the individual results (if they have double, triple, or straights) and the sum matter.

I’ve put it all in excel, I have a giant chart, but I’m having trouble parsing it so I can remove duplicates…

]]>Thanks for the hard work, it seems very interesting and more developped than my own work about a hack earthdawn-Apocalypse world.

I’ll read it attentively. ]]>

the odds of getting 2 ones: 1-(5/6) * 1-(5/6*1-5/6) = 0.1667*0.306 = ~5%

odds of getting 3 ones: 1/6 * 1/6 * 1/6 = 0.0046 or about 0.46% ]]>

Also, Adam’s comments are hilarious. I lost count of how many times i had this discussion.

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