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Attacker: one die; Defender: one die:
Attacker wins 15 out of 36 (41.67 %)
Defender wins 21 out of 36 (58.33 %)
Attacker: two dice; Defender: one die:
Attacker wins 125 out of 216 (57.87 %)
Defender wins 91 out of 216 (42.13 %)
Attacker: three dice; Defender: one die:
Attacker wins 855 out of 1296 (65.97 %)
Defender wins 441 out of 1296 (34.03 %)
Attacker: one die; Defender: two dice:
Attacker wins 55 out of 216 (25.46 %)
Defender wins 161 out of 216 (74.54 %)
Attacker: two dice; Defender: two dice:
Attacker wins both: 295 out of 1296 (22.76 %)
Defender wins both: 581 out of 1296 (44.83 %)
Both win one: 420 out of 1296 (32.41 %)
Attacker: three dice; Defender: two dice:
Attacker wins both: 2890 out of 7776 (37.17 %)
Defender wins both: 2275 out of 7776 (29.26 %)
Both win one: 2611 out of 7776 (33.58 %)
AyeTrain wrote:But if you are attacking a fortified position and must win it, you should wait for 2x or something close to that.
Jippd wrote:AyeTrain wrote:But if you are attacking a fortified position and must win it, you should wait for 2x or something close to that.
If you MUST win the assault I don't get why you would wait for 2x the troops? IE if your up and have a 25 v 20 to take out a player with 5 cards would you not try that assault? If you don't odds are likely the player following you could cash and kill that player resulting in you losing the game.
I would say 2x the troops is warranted maybe 10-20% of the time if that.
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