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

United States Ben Zimet

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Brooklyn, New York, United States / April 4, 2009

Ben Zimet rolled a pair of dice 13 times in a row without them ever adding up to ‘7’.

Zimet achieved the feat on April 4, 2009 at the first annual Brooklyn World Record Day in Brooklyn, New York. The event was held by URDB in conjunction with Beam Camp. Dan Rollman was present to witness the record.


- 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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