Use the virtual dice roller to simulate 2 real-world dice being rolled. The dice can be rolled together by pressing 'Spin all' or individually by clicking on either die.
These two dice are of 6 sided, most common type that are typically used with board games. They are often made from wood or plastic and thrown, either by hand or from a dice shaker, onto a surface. The numbers that are used are those that are facing upwards.
Tabletop pastimes where two dice from such a dice roller are used include popular games including Monopoly, Backgammon and Warhammer 40K.
It's useful to know what your chances are of being successful on a dice roll using 2 six-sided dice (also known as 2D6). Here are the probability statistics that you need to know:
Chances of Rolling Percentage 2 2.78% 3 5.56% 4 8.33% 5 11.11% 6 13.89% 7 16.67% 8 13.89% 9 11.11% 10 8.33% 11 5.56% 12 2.78%
So, your best chances are of rolling a seven. You are, in fact, six times more likely to roll it than the lower probabilities of 2 or 12. If you had to rely on a dice roll for any situation where you got to to choose the predicted outcome, it makes sense to opt for seven as the most likely choice to succeed. This would be followed by either six or eight, then five or nine, then four or ten, then three or eleven and finally two or twelve.
Naturally, these probabilities or odds are a guide and can not be relied upon. There is a very good chance, though, that the more two dice are rolled, these outcomes will be seen.
Of course, there are many dice that can be rolled for various different purposes in addition to the common 2D6. They come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, amount of faces, materials and even colours.
Here are other dice that can be rolled here on spinnerwheel.com: