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Most Consecutive Times Rolling Two Dice And Not Getting ‘7’

United States Dan Crowley

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Denver, Colorado, United States / December 12, 2009

Dan Crowley rolled a pair of dice 15 times in a row without them ever adding up to ‘7’.

Note: video contains adult language

- must use regular dice (not loaded)
- entire attempt must be captured on video


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  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Excellent question, Karen. Since it was witnessed by casino cameras and multiple onlookers, I think it should be accepted.

  • Canada Karen Wilkinson

    Karen Wilkinson

    Patricia Demauro's record wasn't videotaped. What do competitors think: should we accept it since it's documented in a published news story?

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Agree with the comment from above. Here is another article supporting the attempt of Ms. Demauro's attempt for 154 rolls.,8599,1901663,00.html

  • There is a 1/6 chance of rolling two dice once and getting a 7. So the probability of accomplishing this feat is (5/6)^13 which is about 9.346%, roughly 1 in 10.7 attempts.

  • United States Sean Patrick Bailey

    Sean Patrick Bailey

    That is cool, but i am going to try and beat it. - Sean Patrick Bailey Holder of the World's Longest Tootsie Roll Midgee

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Mr. E - Thanks for the tip. We're trying to contact Ms. Demauro today.

  • 13 times? That's no record at all....try 154 times, the current record. For full video documentation, check out the story on CNN:

  • What's that kid doing the weekend of March March 19th - 21st, 2010? And does he have a fake ID?

  • there is like a 10% chance of this happening on a random string of 13 rolls: (5/6)^13 is between .09 and .1

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