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Postby wannaseemytreat on Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:50 am

s there any better dice software than the one were using at the moment?
im nowhere near genius level and even i can predict the general outcome. for some of the brains that inhabit the corridors of CC it must be a walk in the park

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Re: die software

Postby ender516 on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:01 pm

The "intensity cube" values are generated from numbers provided by random.com, which uses real natural processes (something to do with atmospheric noise) to generate its random numbers. The Dice Stats feature in the menu on the left will show you that in the long run, the dice are fair. (Your overall dice rolls should stick quite close to 3.5.)
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Postby blakebowling on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:42 pm

ender516 wrote:The "intensity cube" values are generated from numbers provided by random.org, which uses real natural processes (something to do with atmospheric noise) to generate its random numbers. The Dice Stats feature in the menu on the left will show you that in the long run, the dice are fair. (Your overall dice rolls should stick quite close to 3.5.)

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Postby cairnswk on Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:17 pm

ender516 wrote:The "intensity cube" values are generated from numbers provided by random.com, which uses real natural processes (something to do with atmospheric noise) to generate its random numbers. The Dice Stats feature in the menu on the left will show you that in the long run, the dice are fair. (Your overall dice rolls should stick quite close to 3.5.)

They might seem fair in the long run, but they still suck in indivdual games....i mean how can you lose 9 v 3...surely something is wrong. :twisted:
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Postby nicestash on Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:42 pm

cairnswk wrote:
ender516 wrote:The "intensity cube" values are generated from numbers provided by random.com, which uses real natural processes (something to do with atmospheric noise) to generate its random numbers. The Dice Stats feature in the menu on the left will show you that in the long run, the dice are fair. (Your overall dice rolls should stick quite close to 3.5.)

They might seem fair in the long run, but they still suck in indivdual games....i mean how can you lose 9 v 3...surely something is wrong. :twisted:

You still have a 5% chance of losing and while that's still unlikely, I know I've experienced 9v3 scenarios much more often than 20 times.
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