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Potentially huge rewards. Only for players who are good at Yahtzee.
Posted By: themlsna (1/22/2011 8:46:40 AM)
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genetically engineered chicken allows you to roll a D20
Posted By: DaaNz (5/26/2011 2:53:16 AM)
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I find it interresting that a chicken can be more dangerous than a wolf
Posted By: Hallbeast (12/8/2011 12:32:29 PM)
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Only 1 Unglued card that art doesn't left out of its frame ?
Posted By: NaJin (10/28/2011 6:33:35 PM)
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the 6 sided dice dosnt have to have 1-6 on it, it could have 1000000-1000000.
Posted By: Hivis_of_the_Scale (9/25/2011 7:20:10 AM)
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The reminder text is wrong. If you roll a pair of 3's twice, you don't sacrifice it. The key word is "Otherwise".
Posted By: Megadog (11/3/2013 4:27:42 PM)
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Megadog has a good point: you never sacrifice the Chicken if you roll a double. This means if you roll a double 1 or 6, you can roll again with zero risk.

The average value when rolling two dice is 7, and more extreme values are less likely. If you roll a 7, then you will sacrifice Free-Range Chicken on a reroll 1/6 of the time. If you roll a 3 or 11, you'll sacrifice on a reroll only 1/18 of the time.

If you roll an even number, the chance of sacrifice on a reroll is slightly less because doubles are possible. If you roll a 4 or 10, the chance of sacrifice on a reroll is 3/36 - 1/36 = 1/18.

already rolled an N this turn: chance of sacrifice from rolling another N
2: 1/36-1/36 = 0
3: 2/36 = 1/18
4: 3/36-1/36 = 1/18
5: 4/36 = 1/9
6: 5/36-1/36 = 1/9
7: 6/36 = 1/6
8: 1/9
9: 1/9
10: 1/18
11: 1/18
12: 0

For the first roll each turn, you'll get a double 1/6 of the time, and those doubles will be evenly distributed between the six numbers. On average, X will be 21/6/6 or 7/12. From a Spik... (see all)
Posted By: JimmyNoobPlayer (2/26/2014 5:06:39 PM)
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