So yeah, I think it is possible for the die to have a small-ish flat surface worn into the "edge" over time.
The die has to be made of a soft-ish material, right ? I suspect the edge is not super sharp, cuz if it were, ENTROPY would come in to play and it wouldn't sit like that for long.
A few racists thought I was Italian. I think they were Italian. A few racists thought I was german too before.Quote: TigerWu
This thread has gotten weird... haha... The word "Chinese" is a racial slur now??
But back on topic, I've seen smaller dice do that at that Pai Gow table, and they have similarly curved corners.
Then what are the odds of both dice landing on a corner?Quote: gordonm888
Dice are made of a hard plastic with a very low (essentially zero) modulus of elasticity. In other words, they do not deform. I would not expect them to change shape through abrasion - indeed I would expect them to crack and flake before they signficantly abrade, erode or "wear." So no flat surfaces "worn into the edge over time."
You forgot about the Chinese Downhill in “Hot Dog The Movie”
That is a borderline “racist” comment. Enough said.
Can we please leave “Chinese” out of the discussion. Thanks.