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  1. James Hall, Jan 8, 2017

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    when the time comes I might buy one then I will get the service I want
     
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    that blond was in Margaritsville one day with two other blonds
    the blond on the left said , "IT'S WINDY"
    the blond in the middle said , "NO IT'S THURSDAY"
    the blond on the right said "YEAH ME TOO LET'S GET A BEER"
     
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    I've looked at that damned thing three times now and about half way thru I lose my place
     
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  4. Twelve4s, Jan 8, 2017

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    If you get through it, you'll be the first.
     
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    When trying to perform an analysis of scientific notation, always start at the end and work backwards. :)
     
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    Is this scientific notation?

    IMG_5927.GIF
     
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    I think that is the Casino's Avatar!
     
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    This is an example of where 1 + 1 does not necessarily equal 2.

    The second "1 digit", is used strictly for emphasis! :)
     
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    Does the queen shoot craps with SR?
     
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  11. lone irish digit, Jan 8, 2017

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    Mom, Mom, is that you?
     
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    oh ! ! I'm going to quit
     
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    You call it three finger, I call it 2 in the pink and 1 in the stink.
     
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  14. lone irish digit, Jan 9, 2017

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    How about that. That craps grip is very similar to one of my alma maters' collegiate signage:


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    You can't push Planck's constant past me and my dog, who both took a lot of Chemistry. Try Avagadro's number. It's a little bigger, by 57 orders of magnitude.
     
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    Wear and Tear on new dice happens every shift, call them bias dice if it makes you feel better.
     
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    There you go again trying to muck up things with facts. While it is true Planck had a larger number than Avagadro, and Barney could verify this fact, I use to play craps with Planck and he was a very consistent and constant DI with a great toss. On the other hand Avagadro was a random chucker and I wouldn't touch his number with a 10 foot pole.
     
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    driglaz,

    Normal Wear & Tear on Dice does NOT make them BIASED, as you imply, DUH!

    Dice in Casino use will get the Corners Dulled & Edges Nicked, but such is a "Random Event".

    After such Wear & Tear, the Dice Balancing Caliper cannot be used to evaluate for balance, due to the Rounding & Nicking.

    Thus, Dice Must Be Checked For Balance, usina a Dice Balancing Caliper, Pror to Insertion into a Game of Craps!

    Once in the GAME, however, BIAS can only be easily Detected, through use of the ""Count Observation"" technique that I have outlined previously on this thread!

    eagleeye2
     
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  19. driglaz, Jan 11, 2017

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    normal wear and tear on dice can impact the elasticity which can impact the bounce effect.

    normal wear and tare must be used to evaluate dice during a game -

    one does not get to bring his dice balance to a live casino and interrupt the game to check the integrity of the dice they play with

    but you get to pick 2 out of 5
     
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  20. Linaway, Jan 11, 2017

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    OAP,

    Oh yeah, baffle the majority of the readers with you're jackassed math. Most members on this board wouldn't understand any of what you have to say.

    Better yet, you cannot apply or practice what you preach when it comes to getting down to the nitty-gritty. That being pick a pair, design your preset, seek an outcome and know beforehand what to expect. Notice, not a single word dealing with DI, DC in this statement. Just precisely what it said.

    No, not to snipe a number but the instantaneous observation that will reveal all about an outcome. Your math on paper will not do that for you. I seriously doubt you can read the dice, just quote math.

    At best what you revealed with your algebra is total YAWN BS. Just another situation where you hide behind the math and not deal with the reality of standing at the table with the dice being offered to you. What will you do next? Oh yeah, contract bets. But you won't have a clue what you just saw on the first roll or any subsequent roll.

    Speaking of clues your nibs, this dice man began study of the bones in the mid 90's 3 years prior to retirement. I was there the first day Heavy put up his board. I was on Dicesetter board before that. I was there on Larry Edell's board where I met heavy before irishsetter. I didn't know who the hell you were until just a few years ago when I came on this board.

    You were clueless then and still are to date. You posses no practical applications, never offer anything to those that don't let their education get in the way such as you do.

    You cannot defeat many that post on this board so you resort to this BS advanced math. Your reasoning being one that is to show the members how smart U R!

    Probably a handful on this board will know what you talk about most of the time. Why do you and those like you feel you have to make everybody appear to be morons because they won't bow down to your almighty math BS?

    I know quite a few that go to the table wearing a whole pair of shoes to stand on. Both math knowledge and above all dice knowledge. Some have my material and see it as credible information. Thank you very much guys n gals.

    Like a recent post I put up said it all talking about you math freaks going to the table with only one shoe to stand on.

    As for Heavy and others, even you OAP should know that In 1929 dice sets were in use.

    SevenOut knows this. He of all did me the honor of doing one on one off the board discussions. We both experienced a great deal. This gentleman is no stranger to math yet he evaluated what I had to say and gave me a good revue as I did him. I would like to think we earned each others respect.

    Sharpshooter and his playmates came up with a more workable solution but like those before, not enough was offered and the data was incomplete. I won't bore you with the history for you should know it.

    So here it is and what it is. This incorrect formula of 16/36 was not of Heavy's, mine or anybody after us but bad information introduction. Most likely Parr. I once was told had Parr had what I know back when, they would have made a bundle of money. More so than what they already have.

    My complaint deals with a single axle variable, not the whole bag of worms. 16 numbers only in a FIXED AND LOCKED preset array representing a SINGLE AXLE VARIABLE. Your math as far as I'm concerned does not relate to axle variables anywhere.

    By the way. Not many would be able to see there are more than 3 axis. They don't give a damn about anything except those 6 sides of the cubes and some not even that. All they see is the top die faces ever.

    IMO, you math jockeys need a forum all your own. If you want to extrapolate about whether the chicken or the egg came first or what sized orifice the egg might have passed through, in this forum you could build rockets and more. You could even extrapolate a formula on how to BIOYA!

    I was going to let all this BS go by, then I got to thinking, a couple of times my handle cropped up in the posts discrediting me. That kind of crap won't get it. I can't walk in your "mathemagicians shoes" and none of you sure as hell can't walk in mine.

    During my decades of lab tenure, engineering many times came to me to resolve problems with the products they had designed. Dice study I picked up on just prior to retirement as a hobby to keep what I knew active in a lab like study environment during retirement.

    Hell, I even designed and built the lab I worked in years prior to retirement. So mathites or whatever your pedigree is, I am not the village idiot. Please keep your derogatory remarks to yourself. You play your game, I will play mine.
     
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