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Statistical dice model

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Adam Leamey
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Hello all me and bhfuturist are working on on a push your luck dice game does anyone have knowledge of what to use to calculate the odds of each dice combination to better know how how to design the dice combinations.

ThinkBuildPlay
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AnyDice

Hello Adam. Welcome to BGDF. I have an easy answer for your question. The AnyDice website below has been a great resource for me in the past when tinkering around with dice-based games. I had to play around with it to get my questions answered, but that is more of an indictment on my stats knowledge, not the website. If you take the time to explore it, you can probably answer any specific question about probably that comes up, or at least explore how modifying certain things will affect the overall outcome.

http://anydice.com/

-Werhner

X3M
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If a piece of paper and calculator doesn't work

Don't be afraid to ask specific questions here, about anydice. Somewhat complex dice rolls need programming.

And feel free to ask in the chat, offered by Jasper Flick.

I talked to the man in charge yesterday (Lucky timing, he was around). And he is a BIG help.
Anydice is a very powerful tool to any one who wants to calculate odds.

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