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Dice Simulator - Random Dice - Dice History

Dice Simulator - Random Dice - Dice History
Dice are thought to be the oldest gambling device invented by man and have been around since before 2000 BC. There are many different types of dice, but the traditional dotted cube is easily the most common with each side having a pattern of dots ranging from 1 to 6. For more information on dice layouts and other interesting facts visit the Dice History page. Dice are used for many gambling and fun games because they are an easy way to introduce a random element (i.e. luck) to the proceedings. Some of the more popular dice games are detailed on our Dice Games page. Here is a useful dice simulator for traditional six-sided dice which can be used for playing your own games.

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