# What are the odds of rolling doubles with 3 dice?

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Therefore the probability of rolling doubles with all three dice is 1/6 + 1/6 + 1/6 = 3/6 or 1/2 (including triples). The probability of rolling triples is 1/36 so the probability of rolling doubles with no triples is 18/36 – 1/36 = 17/36.

## What are the odds of rolling doubles with 4 dice?

4 doubles in a row: 1296 to 1. 5 doubles in a row: 7776 to 1.

## What if you roll doubles and go to jail?

What happens if you roll doubles and land on Go To Jail? In Monopoly, if you roll doubles and land on the Go To Jail space, you are sent to jail and your turn ends immediately. You do not get to use a bonus roll earned from the double to try and escape.

## What are the odds of rolling 7 twice in a row?

The probability of a 7 on the second roll is 5/12, and for 11, 2/12.

## What are the odds of rolling a 7?

Probabilities for the two dice

Total Number of combinations Probability
5 4 11.11%
6 5 13.89%
7 6 16.67%
8 5 13.89%

## What are the odds of rolling a double 1?

The chances of rolling doubles with a single toss of a pair of dice is 1 in 6. People want to believe it’s 1 in 36, but that’s only if you specify which pair of doubles must be thrown.

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## What are the odds of rolling doubles 9 times in a row?

But when this is replicated 7 times in a row: (1 / 6) ^ 7 = 0.00036%, or 1 in 279,936.

“What are the odds?” Of Rolling 7 Doubles in a Row (Dice)

N Chances 1 in …
7 0.00036% 279,936
8 0.0001% 1,679,616
9 0.00001% 10,077,696
10 0.000002% 60,466,176

## What are the odds of rolling doubles six times in a row?

All the rolls are independent, so rolling double sixes twice in a row is the same as rolling a six (on one die) four times in a row. Since there are six choices, then each time there is a 1/6 chance of rolling a six. 