Originally posted by forkedknight C vs A is identical to B vs C, why would you pick either one?
If i pick C they're going to pick A and if i pick B they're going to pick C. Picking A is the only logical choice to go against their B. I have 4 sides that'll beat 4 B sides, granted B has the same but it's a lot better odds in a one off roll than any of the other possibilities for one roll.
A vs B: A wins with a five over two probability 2/3 x 2/3 = 4/9
B vs C: B wins with a six over any, probability 1/3 x 3/3 = 3/9
C vs A: C wins with any over one, probability 3/3 x 1/3 = 3/9
so A is the best choice. I would like to have a set like this where it doesn't matter what the first player picks, the odds are always worse than 50% and always the same. With these exact dice, the odds are not identical.