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## What are the odds of rolling a straight with 6 dice twice in a row?

The answer is **1/36**. The past rolls are entirely independent of future rolls, so history doesn’t matter.

## What are the odds of rolling a straight with five dice?

Since there are 240 ways to roll a large straight in a single roll and there are 7776 rolls of five dice possible, the probability of rolling a large straight is 240/7776, which is close to **1/32 and 3.1%**. Of course, it is more likely than not that the first roll is not a straight.

## What are the odds of rolling a 6 four times in a row?

The probability of rolling a 6 in 4 throws is **1−(56)4 1 − ( 5 6 ) 4** , which turns out to be just over 50%. The probability of rolling two 6’s in 24 throws of a pair of dice is 1−(3536)24 1 − ( 35 36 ) 24 , which turns out to be just under 50%.

## What are the odds of rolling at least one 6?

When you roll two dice, you have a **30.5 % chance** at least one 6 will appear. This figure can also be figured out mathematically, without the use of the graphic.

## What are the odds of rolling 5 sixes with 5 dice?

Each die is independent, so the probability of getting all sixes is simply **(11/36)5**.

## What is a straight with dice?

**When a player rolls 1,2,3,4,5,6 when rolling all 6 dice** this is a Straight. When a player gets 3 sets of pairs when rolling 6 dice this is Pairs. Pairs and Straights are worth 5oo points.

## How is Yahtzee probability calculated?

The probability of rolling five of a kind of any other number is also 1/7776. Since there are a total of six different numbers on a die, we multiply the above probability by 6. This means that the probability of a Yahtzee on the first roll is 6 x 1/7776 = **1/1296** = 0.08 percent.