First off, great site! Very
informative! I was just curious about one thing. Does it matter which
way the dice are facing when you throw them?
For example, I saw that you have the mini V facing toward you, whereas the
flying V is facing away from you here on this page:
Does direction matter or is it more about
what numbers are exposed on the dice?
I say this because I also saw this page
which had the flying V set up the same as in your example but the mini V
is also facing away from the shooter.
Thanks for your time and assistance. Colin
There are over 1000
different ways of arranging two dice. Here is my answer and it is not a
contrast or comparison to mini or flying V. It has to do with thought
Nowhere is it written it has
to be “this” way with the dice faces. If there is a place where it is
written, then it is dogma.
Get a pair of dice. Arrange
them as pictured.
https://www.dicesetter.com/setting/mysets.htm Rotate them 180 degrees.
The set now points with the “V” away from you. However it is the same set
with the same theoretical outcomes providing that both dice stay on axis.
Now, take the right die,
pick it straight up and move it over, to the left, and place next to the
other die. (You simply switched right die to be the left die.) The V now
is pointing towards you again. Perform the 180 rotation. V points away,
What matters has more to do
with your intention. Also, your confidence which comes from a strong
belief in the theory, probably founded in your commitment to practice in
order for you to develop the skill. Additionally, a detached acceptance
for the times when everything appears perfect, but the result is ugly.
Short answer, direction only
matters to you, the set you use and the direction of the faces to use,
should be the one which results with the most consistency for the desired