Some recent posts have had me thinking about this. Unless divine or psychic, there is no way of knowing the next result. There is the fact that every toss of the dice is a one in thirty-six outcome result. (in three dimensions, there are 576 possible outcome results, but that is another matter). The 1 in 36 never changes. However, there is more than one way to roll all numbers, except for a few. When all possible outcomes are considered, we arrive at the basis of the game. The seven shows 1 in 6 times, the twelve 1 in 36. Class, IF the ten hasn't shown in twenty rolls, isn't it overdue? No answers the pointy-headed fellow wearing coke-bottle glasses and a protractor - every roll is a 1 in 36 affair. Yes answers the classmate who sponsors football polls on Fridays - it is expected every 1 in 12 and the results are expected for a good reason. Then there is the argument that if a shooter can eliminate just one seven from his results, he will have an even game with the house. Sure math can be made to show this, but can it be done? Sometimes yes. Any skill involved with this?