Posts Tagged ‘ non-transitive dice ’

Those dice aren’t loaded, they’re just strange

June 18, 2010
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Those dice aren’t loaded, they’re just strange

I must confess to feeling an almost obsessive fascination with intransitive games, dice, and other artifacts. The most famous intransitive game is rock, scissors, paper. Rock beats scissors.  Scissors beats paper. Paper beats rock. Everyone older than 7 seems to know this, but very few people are aware that dice can exhibit this same behavior,

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