Monday, 8 August 2011

How to make biased dice

This is quite a fun trick for you guys to play on your friends. The dice appear to be fair, but land on a certain side much more often than any other side.

1. Place the dice on an oven tray.


2. Turn the dice so that the numbers you want to land on are facing upwards. In this example, the numbers 5 and 2 would appear more often than any other.


3. Cook the dice in the oven at 250 F for 10 mins. The plastic inside the dice melt, making the bottom heavier when they cool down again.

18 comments:

  1. Ha! My brother got in trouble in school for doing this behind the gym with other kids

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  2. That's awesome! I'm gonna do that! +follow

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  3. Always good to cheat with Monopoly )

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  4. As I am son and servant to your will. Supporting!

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  5. I have to try this when I have time. Looks easy and fun.

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  6. That simple? Hell yes, I gotta try it. I always assumed you needed to drill out the holes and whatnot, placing metal in or w/e. Glad to see it's easy... sort of :P

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  7. Brilliant pal! Sneaky and brilliant.

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  8. Oh wow, didn't know that!

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  9. Depending on materials they might start smoking.

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  10. I never knew why it wouldn't just melt the whole thing.

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  11. would be funny with dungeons and dragons dice,lol

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  12. wow, this is really useful , thanks !

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  13. i've tried this, won't work =/

    +following and supporting! anyway

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  14. I gotta try it :P
    post very interesting
    +follow

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  15. I've seen pictures of someone trying to do this.

    The dice ended up melting onto the pan.

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