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I have a life insurance policy, I'll take that chance.

This is simply the chance of surviving a round vs the entire game. This has nothing to do with perspective.

I don't get it, just leave in a round before your chance of dying is that high.

I see one issue with the game:

If it gets to the point that everybody has $1,000,000, then the value of a $ will crash and be worthless, giving people what is essentially less than what a dollar is worth before the game.

Man capitalism is so dark, people are risking their lives for a million dollars.

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The 90% chance you died, assumes that someone actually did role the 6-6. The 97.2 and 90 are different problems.

What kind of game is that??? Not a real game so not a game at all

Um, what about gamblers fallacy? Each dice roll is an individual event. We aren't eliminating rolls each time so the odds don't increase.

Crap, this is just coronavirus with dice isn't it?

But it/s still a 1/36 chance so 36 ppl may be enough to get double 6

this is not a game case that is the meaning of game. for amusement of fun. THIS IS NOT FUN IF U HAVE A CHANCE OF DEATH

an activity that one engages in for amusement or fun.

Does someone understand what he's saying, it just me, so please answer me!

going to kind ofdisagree on the logic on this…..the chance of rolling double sixes doesn't increase each time, it's still basically still 1/36 each time it's rolled….now, if you increased the number of rolls by 1 each time THEN the chance of rolling double sixes would increase each time…Or maybe I'm just figuring this wrong

Just turn the dice before rolling to reset the statistics

It's a very cool paradox, and it has a very delicate solution. Long story short: Billy's perspective is just mathematically wrong.

Billy's calculation is based on the following assumption: given that we were sent into the room, we could be each of the people who were sent into the room, with the same probability.

Here is the catch: there is no way to randomly choose the order by which people enter the room, such that this property will hold.

Under some artificial assumptions, there are ways to "almost" do it. For example, if we assume the "population" is the real numbers between 0 and 1, one can choose who'll come into the room every time by choosing numbers uniformly at random. But then the probability of us going into the room at all is 0, which means that the conditional probability is not well-defined.

And that was the day the economy crashed

It took me 3 rounds to roll double sixes…

tries againIt took me

35rounds to roll double sixes…This doesn't even take in to account that the longer the game goes on the less the possible million is worth beacuse of the inflation that this game is inevitably going to escalate.

Chutiya ho kya?

Actually, I would die in this game. I'm kind of a lucky roller. Once in Risk (board game), I rolled a triple six THRICE. What are the odds of that?

i saw another comment about this but its just that relatable that i wanna ask

…so reply to this comment if your luck is:

you never roll double sixxes.

except when your lifes on the line

But surely a roll can occur more than once? Like, you could roll double three and then for the next round you roll double three again?

my friend rolled TRIPLE sixes while playing Risk, right after he rolled triple ONES.

this maths just hurts me personally