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garrd

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Registered: Sep, 2011

doubles at start of each game Posted: Jan 30, 2012 6:58 PM
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why is it that at the start of every game i play my opponent roles a double. this happens in every game i play. also my opponents seem to role double 6s all the time when i get ahead of them. finally like mentioned previously every time i get ahead of my opponent in every game they seem to get a lot of doubles in a row. one example of this is when i was playing the other day i had my opponent well beaten, well as good as beaten, then he rolled double 6, then double 5, then double 6, then double 5, needless to say i ended up losing the game, this is not random dice rolling therefore it is not a fair game. this might just sound like im a sore loser, but this is not the case. all these above mentioned issues continously happen to me on this site. these are not issues i find on other sites ive played on, however in saying that i really like the setup and players on this site which is the only reason i haven't quit playing here yet, but if these issues continue i will have to play on another site.


ShaunTheSheep

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Re: doubles at start of each game Posted: Feb 5, 2012 9:26 AM
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