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\iteman{ZMATH 2013a.00763}
\itemau{Krech, Ireneusz; Tlust\'y, Pavel}
\itemti{On the subject of the Sicherman dice and its generalisation. (O Sichermanov\'ych kostk\'ach a jejich zobecn\v{e}n\'\i.)}
\itemso{Obz. mat. fyz. inform. 41, No. 4, 15-20 (2012).}
\itemab
Summary: Many different types of games involve the use of numbered dice. The most common type of a die used is the standard six-sided die with the numbers one to six on its six sides. What if there was another way of numbering a set of dice (using only positive integers) that would create the same probability outcomes as those of a standard set of dice?
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\itemcc{K50}
\itemut{probability; dice; Sicherman dice}
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