Midnight Skulker Post #252. "Be that as it may I must point out that in the analysis I did five years ago on the "bias dice question" thread the probability of a 7 came out to be 0.166616 when using two dice with a heavy six face. This is less than the 0.166667 probability of two unbiased dice." "... heavy six face...." How was that determined to be? Was it the bias of a cube or the bias of the spots of the six face? Again, assumptions have to be made to take any finished cube to study, that I understand. My point is that is the tolerances are so small and would not affect random outcomes, thrown randomly on any surface for results. As a spectator it is sure easier to be critical of your results. As a Craps Player, you did one great job digging into the subject being discussed!