Suppose player X has a 6 sided die and player Y has a 10 sided die. They each get two rolls and they can each choose to stop rolling on either one of the rolls, taking the number on that roll. Whoever ...
There are a 20-sided (face value of 1-20) dice and a 10-sided (face value of 1-10) dice. A and B respectively roll the 20 and 10-sided dices. Both of them can roll the dice twice. They may choose ...
I learned the following dice game from another forum. It was not solved there. The dice game is as follows. You start tossing six dice. After each toss you must put aside at least one of the dice ...
You and I each roll 1 die each at the same time. I win if I roll a six on one roll, and then a five on the next. You win if you roll two sixes in a row. Who would you bet your money on? Note that You: ...
This game is played in bars in Wisconsin, USA, but I'm sure variations are played many places around the world. The game has practical value, since once mathematicians figure out the best strategy, ...
I'm a new user so if my question is inappropriate, please comment (or edit maybe). We want to define a dice game. We will be the casino and a customer will roll dice. I will assume customer is man. ...
For the uninitiated, LCR is a game in which each player starts with three "tokens" and rolls up to three dice (at most as many as tokens they have). Each die has three sides which indicate that ...
You are allowed to roll a die up to six times. Anytime you stop, you get the dollar amount of the face value of your last roll. Question: What is the best strategy? According to my calculation, for ...