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Where You Can Buy Go First Dice
The Dice Shop at MathArtFun
2012 article in The Guardian
GAMES MAGAZINE, December 2012
. Much like the newspaper article above, this one is very much not math-focused; it is meant to introduce the concept of Go First Dice to laypeople.
Paper published in January 2023 issue of Recreational Mathematics Magazine
A talk I gave at the 12th Gathering for Gardner in 2016
Go First Dice get a brief mention near the beginning of this video
(where they are actually used to determine who goes first in the game being demonstrated).
A video detailing my 3D printed set for 5-players (d20+d36+2d48+d54)
James Grime speaking about his involvement with Go First Dice research
Here is a YouTube video made by a trio of other mathematicians who have been investigating this same question on their own.
James Grime hosts a Numberphile video about the Go First Dice Problem
Eric's original Go First Dice webpage
; you may find a few more bits of trivia on this page that has not been tranferred to this wiki.
Perl script that checks for permutation fairness of a dice configuration
A more detailed Perl script that checks place fairness and permutation fairness
Go First Dice entry at BoardGameGeek
Webpage about the geometry of fair dice
by Ed Pegg, Jr.
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