[BLML] Bridge or gambling? Art 12C1c revisited

Alain Gottcheiner agot at ulb.ac.be
Mon Dec 13 17:02:13 CET 2010


Le 13/12/2010 16:14, olivier.beauvillain a écrit :
> i love that, and we can have the complete result with a lotery as 
> well, but best players (Fantoni-Nunes have more chances to win that i 
> have) can have two or more bulletins!
> and when it is 1/2 +600 1/3 +150 1/24 +120 1/24 -50 you have 24 faces 
> dices,
> 2/7 of +150 and 5/7 of +400, use the 7 faces ...
> hopefully, some dungeons & dragons players have all the dices uo to 
> 2.456 faces :))
AG : You can buy dice with 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20, 24, 30 and 48 faces.
The 24-sided die is a tetrahexahedron.
The so-called 100-sided die isn't fair. (you need a face-regular solid)

There can theoretically be dice with any even number of faces 
(antiprisms, as for the classical d10).
For odd numbers, use teetotums.



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