Expected Value What would your reaction to craps be if you could find a number of ways to know what to expect at outcome? Would these results be at a mediocre or an encouraging rate of occurrence? Using probability as a yard stick, one might try this link to test it for reliability. If you’re using Firefox as your browser, the graphic results of each hand sample will not show, only how number outcomes will be displayed and frequency. Chrome will allow Adobe Flash to work to provide a column graphic. You could turn this into a Parto chart where dual Y axis could be represented as quantity on one side and percentages on the other. https://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/chances/ Wong’s theory on correlation might be better tested if a responder can see beyond the top two die faces. There are three axis to dice! Just so you know before a response, The Table of 36 “basically” is only good for how numbers can be displayed. No, there are not 36 numbers, only 11. Then the tricky part. If you look closely at the triangulation or pyramid of the table of 36, you see diagonally across the square 15 numbers in upper R/H side, then followed by 6 number pairs, followed by 15 more numbers. Wait, those last 15 numbers are not more numbers, they’re inversions of those in the upper R/H part. Hmm, that’s only showing 21 primary ways a number can be shown without inversion or summed repetition. If we are going to be convinced there are 36 numbers, then we also have to believe the other two axis of the three possible must also be considered and how they're applied.