Fewest Rolls Needed To Make A Yahtzee With 50 Dice During A Live Radio Broadcast
Round Lake Heights, Illinois, United States / April 30, 2010
Mick Cullen and Carl Cutler took 50 dice and kept rolling them until all dice landed on the same number, creating a 50-die Yahtzee.
They began by rolling all dicesimultaneously, pulling all dice that landed on 1 off to the side. They then proceeded to re-roll the remaining dice, removing all the 1s after each roll. It took them a total of 33 rolls before all dice landed on 1.
The record was set live on-air during Subterranean on WRLR, 98.3 FM.
- dice must be rolled by two or more participants until there is only one die remaining
- on first roll, all dice of one number must be removed; on further rolls all dice matching chosen target number will be removed
- dice must be rolled on counter or table surface