How To Mod Cheating Dice In 4 Steps [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Science

A great little tip for the casual gambler or just someone who wants to cheat at craps. SNAKE EYES!
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Male 5,413
There is a video to this.
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Male 78
@ Chibi Ichigo: If I caught you doing that I would make a rock fall on your head, character dead, new campaign. Don`t mess with the DM man, just don`t.
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Male 78
@ atomicage: Thankyou. Stupid people annoy me.
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Male 1,834
cool
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Male 6
To all those arguing as to whether microwaves heat from the inside or out; you`re both wrong because microwaves don`t heat the object, they heat the moisture within the object. So an item with moisture on the inside, such as a hot pocket, would heat from the inside out. On the other hand, something with evenly distributed or moisture on the outside would heat from the outside in. Oddly enough, something like vegetable soup would heat up from the inside out because there is less moisture in the veggies than the soup but they get egual doses of energy. Having said that, dice would be unaffected because they don`t have any moisture in them.
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Male 30
its not the plastic inside. its the shape of the die being altered. you just want to slightly melt the die so that the bottom is slightly larger than the rest of the sides, making it more likely to land on that side. it goes from being a cube to more of a pyramid with the top cut off but its so slight that it can`t be noticed with the eye.
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Male 12,365
Trumple07, you`ve just insulted someone`s intelligence but they`re right and you`re wrong. That makes you look very silly.

How do you think it works? You`re arguing that microwaves heat from the inside out - how? Why do they pass through to the middle and then do something? How do they know where the middle is?

In reality, microwaves of the frequency used in ovens can penetrate up to about 1cm into what you`re cooking and they heat from the outside inwards.
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Male 422
Fated, microwaves heat from the inside out. Thats what microwaves do. Thats probably why your brain isnt working. Its melted inside :/
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Female 986
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm........ I could place sixes up and deal maximum damage! :D I wonder if it works with d20s too..... Critical hit! Every time!
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Male 12,365
[quote]angilion, microwave ovens don`t cook from the inside out, so no..[/quote]

The first words of my short post were these:

[quote]Ignoring all the rubbish about the inside melting first[/quote]

How did you reply to my post without reading it?
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Female 2,695
angilion, microwave ovens don`t cook from the inside out, so no.. they would just melt
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Male 12,365
Ignoring all the rubbish about the inside melting first, it still might be just possible if you nuked them for precisely the right amount of time. A very slight change in weight distribution caused by a slight sagging might be enough to bias the dice to some extent without being visible.

I hope Darkblitz9 does his experiments, because I`m curious enough to want to know the results but not curious enough to do it myself.
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Male 425
I call shenanigans.
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Female 51
Pink, have you ever heated a large bowl of anything in the microwave? The outside is hot but the inside is still cold, microwaves do no heat from the inside.
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Male 411
Fake, everyone knows dice are made of pure ivory. Nice try internet.
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Female 3,828
if it does work, it would work better in a microwave, wouldnt it? that way the inside cooks first..?

i dunno. i dont think this would work at all. i melted a lot of plastic sh*t by accident when i was a kid.
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Male 2,748
hhaha, this must be like the water marbles trick, except this one is to just f*ck up a good cookie sheet
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Male 162
Obviously not going to work. The plastic is the same, inside and out. Just like any object, the outside heats up first. So the outside surface will "melt and sink to the bottom" before the inside will!
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Female 275
@Darkblitz9
Yes! Do it! Do it now!
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Male 2,893
Yes, but now the other person also always gets those numbers.
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Male 5,189
Haha thats cool if it does work.
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Female 8
@mcfudge:

you might have had the oven too hot....
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Male 537
I just tried this... I don`t know if I have the wrong type of dice or something, but they just melted into a white puddle and stuck to my best cookie sheet...

Not cool IAB...
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Male 10
@Darkblitz9

Please actually do that. I am legitimately interested.
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Male 1,252
Entirely possible speaking as an Industrial plastics machinist.
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Male 59
I`m wondering if leaving them i for just five minutes will make it damn near unnoticeable but cause a definite change in the turnout of the dice. I`m going to test this myself wioth different types of die as well, including 20 sided, and I will roll each of them 100 times and post the results for different times in the over. from 2.5, 5, 7.5, and finally 10 minutes. Afterward, I`ll make a graph and scale and such to show the different effects on each die with each interval. Then, using the graphs I`ll let you guys know which time method is best that it will give you an unnoticeable but solid advantage over other die.
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Male 177
Makes sense if they are hollow. I had a pair of loaded dice as a kid and it was done by making one side slightly heavier.
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Male 25,416
Mwa ha ha! cool!
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Male 3,819
"Most dice are solid, not hollow. The plastic inside would not "sink" because it has nowhere to sink to. Think about it.

This is BS."

Moron.

A hollow die wouldn`t sink either, it would start to collapse. The guy had a poor choice of words to describe it, but it`s pretty simple science that slightly melting something solid would make it more bottom-heavy.
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Male 66
seriously guys this works... like it ACTUALLY works... its not EVERY time that it will land on your numbers, but it is more likely to
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Female 1,380
lol @ parasyt...way to steal the first comment of the youtube video angelmassb posted...

[quote] aligatorsandwitch72
1 hour ago Now i know how i will make my totem for when I go into peoples lucid dreams..[/quote]
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Male 699
this wouldn`t work very well...
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Female 2,120
@ParasyT
Bwahahahaha
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Female 318
hm...will it work with 20 sided dice? XD
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Male 2,441
I doubt this would work
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Male 931
Good thinking, ParasyT. I should have made one before i threw all those people out of high windows.
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Male 533
That is how I am going to make my totem for when I go into peoples dreams.
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Male 6,693
I just get my woman to blow on the dice befor every throw and yell out " Momma needs a new pair of shoes! ". Works every time .
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Male 1,287
I have a poo ton of dice and too much time on my hands, so I did it for s & g`s. I dismissed any notion of solids "settling" since most dice are made of plastic and are uniform in consistency. Theoretically, if it softened the dice enough to deform them slightly, it could affect the outcome. Yeah - no. 1 10-minute session @ 250f did nothing. 1 15-minute session @ 250 did nothing. I gave up as I`m not that bored. Don`t do this inside. The fumes stink. I did it from my outdoor kitchen, but when I opened the oven, I could smell it. Noxious incense, anyone?
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Male 81
It only "melts" slightly enough to make your numbers come out more often at such a low temp for such a short time. 200 deg for ten min is nothing.
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Male 12
It`s a conspiracy! They hate dice with a passion, so they`re tricking all of us into melting them all. Similar to the Holocaust...
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Female 1,435
there just be a pool of melted plastic with the paint floating on top. i`m guessing this is the joke here.
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Male 2,424
I think you should set the oven to 400. More fun.
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Male 5,194
[quote]Most dice are solid, not hollow. The plastic inside would not "sink" because it has nowhere to sink to. Think about it.

This is BS.[/quote]

I agree. This looks like more of the usual internet BS.
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Male 397
Even if it would work, both players have to use the dice so there goes your drating advantage.
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Male 72
"Most dice are solid, not hollow. The plastic inside would not "sink" because it has nowhere to sink to. Think about it.

This is BS."

How about this? The more dense materials sink to the bottom.
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Male 409
Most dice are solid, not hollow. The plastic inside would not "sink" because it has nowhere to sink to. Think about it.

This is BS.
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Male 153
I tried this on dominos...just not the same......
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Male 4,593
I don`t have dice, can I substitute a goddam feral cat?
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Female 275
Yes. This would be so easy to do in Vegas.

What is this for? Street craps?
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Male 53
Derp
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Male 391
I would opt to actually load the dice instead of attempting this.
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Male 1,596
mmmm, freshly baked dice
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Male 15,510
Here is a video of it
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Male 272
yyyeeeaah... no
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Male 129
im so doing this
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Female 3,001
is this real or will my dice melt and be no longer useful?
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Male 4,680
Surely it`d look all melted though.
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Male 20,899
Link: How To Mod Cheating Dice In 4 Steps [Pic] [Rate Link] - A great little tip for the casual gambler or just someone who wants to cheat at craps. SNAKE EYES!
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