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Using loaded dice to cheat at Settlers of Catan, and p-values to avoid suspicion Hacker News 266 points by Very nice hack and analysis thereof.
It's intrinsic to the world.
If you cheat only a bit, and only rarely, it might be impossible to detect it statistically.
Of course, there are problems with the current state of scientific practice and the mindless application of statistics particularly the 5% significance level.
The replicability crisis in psychology comes to mind.
However, I think statistics is unfairly maligned here.
Statistics mostly delivers on its promise, it just promises less than what some people think.
The world is messy, and statistics can help us to make sense of it, but it can only do so much.
In particular, it's not magic.
You need many observations to make statistical statements, and more observations to make more precise statements or statements at a higher significance level.
That's intrinsic to how the world is.
It's not a problem with "methodological defects in the current state of scientific practice".
And there aren't simple solutions "to fix these defects".
Having said that, the article is great.
Many proposals some of them mentioned in the articlesuch as a standard 0.
It's intrinsic to the world.
If you cheat only a bit, and only rarely, it might be impossible to click at this page it statistically.
Not if you take enough samples.
Just have to do it enough to reduce the noise.
But to your main point, yeah, in a game of Catan you can just get unlucky.
And I think a fair amount of people claim that Catan dice aren't fair https://pink-stuf.com/blackjack/twin-river-blackjack-minimum.html the first place.
Also, did they test the unweighted dice?
To understand if there was an inherent and unknown bias in their dice to start with?
If they did, I missed that part, and they just assumed their dice were fair to begin with.
Your point that if you had enough samples you could prove it is actually agreeing with them.
Oh, I'm definitely agreeing with the person.
I was just being a little snarky at that one statement.
I am also trying to ask a question that is extremely relevant to the author's "study".
It is a pretty hefty assumption too.
I think everyone that has played a game of Catan has, at some point, questioned the fairness of the dice.
I'm not saying they are unfair, but because of manufacturing methods, it is quite possible to get a pair of dice with an ever so slight bias.
ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS find the bias in the instruments you are using to perform an experiment.
THEY ALL HAVE THEM.
NEVER NEVER NEVER assume your instruments are accurate without first verifying.
This is why a lot of people play with a set of 36 cards one 2, two 3's, three 4's.
There really aren't that many rolls in a game, and there's a lot of variation that may result in a 5 never coming up, which adds more chance to the game than I like.
Cards mean that while the order is random, you get each number in the deck eventually.
I've never heard of anyone playing like that before actually.
And it seems to completely mess with the statistical nature of the game.
Even continue reading you shuffled them each time, shuffling methods are bad and you probably wouldn't get a nice normal distribution.
Which fair dice produce.
If you don't shuffle until you run out of cards, you mess with the instantaneous probability of any particular draw, but you hardcode the distribution.
You are guaranteed to get the distribution you tabletop simulator blackjack setup in the deck, and I think that's a better measure of fairness than having a constant instantaneous probability.
As the deck becomes smaller, your ability to predict the next draw scales with your skill at counting cards.
I think that's a good feature for a random number generator to have, as it's what allows games like poker and blackjack to be about more than simply getting lucky.
Well, I agree that a game needs to have more than luck.
But something like blackjack is a horrible example because there's a lot of skill that can be applied even without counting cards.
Not only that, but blackjack still has a large amount of luck involved with it even when you are highly skilled.
Personally, I find that the best games are ones that have a good balance of luck and skill.
Too much luck and there is no skill, you might as well play a slot machine some people enjoy games candy land.
Too much skill, and winning distributions become too low.
A highly skilled player will ALWAYS win, and creates too high of a barrier to entry connect 4 or dots and squares are an example here.
There are a few exceptions to the latter like Go, which has so many possible moves that you might as well have an element of randomness, but there is still a steep learning curve.
Catan is one of my favorite games introduction to Euro Games, because the learning curve is low, and there is enough luck that an intelligent novice can win.
I don't actually believe the dice are unfair, but the low number of rolls makes each game different.
This means the skilled player needs to be highly adaptive to the changing environment.
Dice create a nice normal distribution that are independent.
While over a large number of games, 6 and 8 are great choices, there will be games where you just don't do well they are rare.
By not shuffling the cards, you are creating a flat distribution and really removing the vast majority of luck in the game you still have luck in the order of the cards, order of placement, and order of turn.
You now have a dependent probability function, and I mulligan blackjack you could make great arguments that you remove all the things that I believe, and laid out above make the game great.
I think you could also make arguments that the setup is the most important part of the game when your cards are dependent events.
But it is a game, and these are just opinions.
It absolutely changes the game, since you can now plan that an unlikely roll will definitely come up at predictable times.
The author was trying to analyse the effect of loaded dice on a game of Catan, not test whether the water-soaking method produced loaded dice.
It doesn't really matter where the loaded dice came from.
Statistics is fine, people who are bad at statistics are the problem.
When it comes down to it, many "scientists" are rather poorly educated.
Indeed, statistics is fine, but I think the problem is larger than scientists being poorly educated.
It looks to me like an awful lot of scientists aren't acting in good faith.
I don't think that their conduct necessarily rises to the just click for source of dishonesty, more like they aren't taking obvious steps to mitigate the potential for erroneous results.
Yeah, the idea that being able to adjust the priors for a Bayesian analysis based on suspicious behavior, and then saying that proves cheating, is certainly not the case.
You might as well just skip the analysis and say you proved they cheated because of their behavior.
It's intrinsic to the world.
If you cheat only a bit, and only rarely, it might be impossible to detect it statistically.
I don't understand what you're saying or maybe I just want to go further.
But I would say it's an ill-posed question whether someone's cheating in that sense.
They could win a one in a million chance repeatedly over and over on their first try and it wouldn't be proof that they're cheating.
It's not even necessarily probable.
The probability that they're cheating depends not just on how good their results seem to be but also other things, primarily: on your priors about how likely it is that they would cheat.
If a known cheater gets a string of mild good luck it is more indicative of cheating than if a known honest person does.
Bayesian reasoning has to be used for this right?
It doesn't reveal problems with current methodology, it reveals problems with its application, and understanding.
Larger sample sizes would fix quite a bit.
Studies, even "pilot" or "priming" studies, are not reliable at a.
Especially when most of the false positives will get published, but nearly none of the false negatives will see the light of day.
I think there are other statistical methods that would take account of sample size in different ways -- perhaps saying in some cases "you don't have this web page data to determine validity yet".
Among other things that different tests would reveal.
The current practice of "p-value and only p-value, always" is flawed.
There has been a lot of writing about this in more formal and less cutesy settlers-example ways, this is not an original observation to this blog post.
It's in fact been a growing concern, including leading to a recent statement of caution on over- and mis-use of p-values by the American Statistical Association.
I like this as a demonstration of one way p-values can be insufficient or lead you wrong, as people have been increasingly discussing.
It would be interesting to apply some of the other suggested statistical tests confidence intervals?
A p-value determines whether your sample size is large enough to reject the null hypothesis, given the observed variance in the sample data.
Introductory statistics classes don't really explain this properly, because it would require knowledge of continuity theory that most don't have at that stage, but that's really what a p-value is already telling you.
I admit I'm not a please click for source or someone that regularly does quantitative research and don't really understand what a p-value says without refreshing myself on it for reading for learn more here minutes each time heh.
So thanks for correction.
But I think many of the researchers applying it don't either, heh.
The real point is just that there are other statistical tests that might be appropriate here, and perhaps would be more reliable at catching this.
And that there's actually widespread agreement among experts that p-value testing is widely wrongly used.
Which is still actually kinda large, 5%, depending.
And as I try to think about and confuse myself, may actually be entirely the wrong test as applied here, not sure.
As a statistician myself, I'd agree with that statement.
I've actually said previously - and only half-joking - that p-values should be banned from research journals.
The problem with p-values is that they don't mean what people generally assume they do, and because they look so close to what people want them to mean "the probability that my conclusions are wrong, given my assumptions and data"it's very easy to project spurious meaning onto them.
In reality, p-values actually provide very little information, and the information they do provide is generally not of relevance.
But source so commonly-used that it's very hard to convince people to use more sophisticated techniques for reporting and modeling information.
I guess it won't change until the 'peer-review' process for every article includes a statistician, and papers actually get rejected for improper or insufficient use of statistics.
I think academia these days forces researchers to really care about little except getting grants and getting published with the former effected by tabletop simulator blackjack setup latter -- caring about using statistics properly let alone the actual validity or usefulness of their findings will hurt rather than help their careers unless it effects one of those two things positively.
Some people have very different relationships with their spouses than I do.
I thought that was weird as well.
They only had to do like 100 rolls to have enough data to draw conclusions from.
If you keep the same ratio, you can compute the p-value and I'm sure it will be way over 0.
The other clue players can use to detect cheating is your behaviour.
They can notice that you are favouring the higher numbers.
This is also what can catch people in gambling games.
The betting patterns of card counters are noticeable - and the eudaemonic folks who found how to predict tilted roulette tables bet on sectors of the wheel - which again is a go here pattern.
So it's pretty much always those behavioural cues that other people will use to suspect cheating rather than the p-value.
If I'm playing with someone that is making AK47's into utensils, I would think twice about raising my concerns regarding the loaded dice.
Hmm the dice are behaving funny, but that's fine, everything is just fine.
Ah yes, the "let the Wookiee win" strategy.
You lose all the games, but you do get to keep playing with both your arms.
I tried strategically throwing games a long time ago.
It backfired after I conceded defeat, and rather than bask in victory, the "winning" player gave me a narrowed-eyes suspicious look and flipped over my hidden cards.
They made it obvious that I would have won already if I had made the optimal play on my previous turn.
She was pissed, because even though she won here game, she didn't beat me, because I wasn't even playing the same game as everyone else.
We have some seriously competitive people in my family, and we had a good argument about whether one was required to make a guaranteed winning move if it was possible to do so.
One is the counter, the other gambler is the whale who bets large when the count is favorable.
Unfortunately, the casino has a simple defense: table limits.
The whale must sit at the high-roller table, the counter must sit elsewhere.
Count cards as much as you like, but you'll never make money at a modern casino "you" being the aggregate of all card counters, not an individual.
The dice should have been tested before changing them.
They might haven't been perfect dice to begin with.
Also the lack of automatization is disturbing.
I find it shocking that no robot arm or pattern recognition was used to do the tests.
By this analysis, you can average between 5 and 15 more resources over the course of the game vs unloaded dice, and then goes on to show that there aren't enough dice rolls in a game to prove the dice are loaded.
The problem here is that you don't get the expected number of resources in every game, and there's no analysis of the variance.
I suspect that the result of insignificance is correct, in that this "cheat" provides such a slight advantage that it won't materially affect a single game.
By the time you've played enough games to reliably use the advantage, your opponents will have seen enough die rolls to show their bias.
I have a hard time believing that after 100 games someone would say "you know what, it appears to me that sixes have been rolled slightly more over the previous 100 games than I would expect" and an even harder time believing the next logical would be "you must have altered the dice!
There are 21 different ways to load 2 dice with one weighted face each.
Here's a table showing which rolls are advantaged or disadvantaged, according to which faces are weighted.
Most players that have no knowledge of the load of the dice will prefer to have at least one settlement on a 6 or 8.
The 2,3 and 5,4 pairs also disadvantage 6 and 8, with bias for higher or lower numbers.
Note that if your only goal was to test whether the dice was loaded, using a test against only one outcome in this case, only 6s is not the best way.
The intuition is that these tests are more powerful because they take the difference between the entire empirical distribution minus the expected probability mass distribution.
You're using 'all the numbers' simultaneously to check for cheating.
Funnily enough, I first learned about these tests a nearly a decade ago, precisely because I wanted to know whether Settlers dice were loaded.
What you describe is general enough for continuous distributions.
My old boss learn more here into Settlers, and they stayed late to play some games a few times.
I got invited once and weird stuff happened.
Somehow I ended up next to both 6's on the map.
As near as I can tell, one of the dice we used would not land on 4.
Whatever was going on, the number of 6's and 9's rolled that night were abnormally high.
By the time people figured out we were rolling as many 6's as we had 7's and 8's combined, I already had a town on the coast and pretty much steamrolled everybody with sheep and wheat.
Really the game wasn't that fun at that point, so I just tried to end it as fast as possible.
When you're playing an RPG, everybody seems to gravitate toward their 'lucky dice' which are most likely defective in the right way.
But if you're playing a game with others you probably want the fairest dice you can find.
I remember years ago seeing a sales video from some retired aerospace engineer that was making geometrically perfect dice.
He'd worked out the resins so they cured uniformly.
He'd stack his dice next to some random set and point out how the other guy's stack curved to one side while his was perfectly straight.
Probably didn't sell a lot of those to DND players, except perhaps GMs.
GM's don't have to show their dice rolls and can overrule the outcome if it fits their storyline tabletop simulator blackjack setup, so the rolling is mostly ceremonial anyway.
I'd be interested to see the results by loading the 1-2 edge of the die, or even the 1-2-3 corner.
The former should result in more 5s and 6s, and the latter more 4s, 5s, and 6s.
And since the weight would be not centered on a face, would make the die more likely to tumble over to a preferred face if the die had to shed its sideways momentum.
The unbalanced die would prefer to tumble or skip when a non-preferred face shows, and slide or rock when a preferred face shows.
The problem, of course, is that there is no way to prevent your opponent from accidentally benefiting from your cheating.
If you have biased the dice to favor 8s over 6s, they might just plop down on an 8 before you can place your settlements.
You would have to use two sets of loaded dice, one biased high, and the other biased low, and swap them out after first settlements are placed.
Also, in my experience, the other players will still accuse you of cheating whether they can prove it scientifically or not, because they prefer to believe that you are better than they are at being sneaky and underhanded than better at honest strategy.
For instance, Clue aka Cluedo is a game where one skilled player can repeatedly curbstomp lesser skilled players.
If you do, they then grab your player sheet to look at all the strange and indecipherable symbols you have on it that are not simple Xs, and they accuse you of cheating.
You can either explain the mathematical advantage of the additional information you record, lose all future advantage against those players, and get accused of "breaking the game", or you can remain silent and still not be able to play it again because you're a "cheater".
Besides that, what self-respecting board gamer doesn't just leave the crappy wooden dice in the box, and use the good dice from their dice bag?
I like this analysis, though.
It reminds me of the guy who designed a one-sided die.
This post explains in a very simple way the scientific method p-values to prove that a result is significant or not, and the problems with it.
It's crazy that by using a p-value of 0.
The 5% figure means that, when there is no signal to detect, we have a 5% chance of falsely claiming there is one.
It does not say anything about the case when there is a signal and we do not detect it, which is known as the type II error rate.
That would only be the case if scientists were robots who immediately published anything with a p-value up to 0.
If they get clearly nonsensical results, they will obviously re-evaluate it.
In other words, the p-value doesn't incorporate the fact that the experiment passed sanity checks in your own head and the reviewers' before it was published.
And yes, there are bad actors in every field who game the system, but my point still stands.
This sounds like some kind of comment about divisibility of the work to publish something.
I don't get it though.
After click bulk of the paper is written, I can easily proofread, typeset, etc everything myself in less than a week.
Now get someone else to double check that.
Lets say that is another week.
After that the only thing is to get someone worthwhile to spend some time on your paper and point out anything confusing or erroneous.
Granted, this could take a month or so of study.
However, I never really saw that happen in practice.
In tabletop simulator blackjack setup you would be lucky to get people to glance over it one evening.
So what is taking so long?
In my experience a significant fraction of the time it takes to publish a paper is spent waiting for the journal.
During that time you can do other useful research.
The long delay between submitting, getting through the reviewers and the actual publication is one of the reasons why for example in CS a lot of the interesting stuff happens in conference publications with fast turnarounds and the journal versions of the same paper appear a year or two later.
I suspect this factor is balanced, or completely overruled, g the scientists who get p values greater than 0.
I think that if scientists were robots, results would be much better than we have today - robots don't care about careers and grants.
But if the probability of the hypothesis is much less likely, we might need a p-value much lower to be sure.
Edit: my comment doesn't mean much since you edited your first sentence.
I don't see any connection between significance level and % of false scientific results at all.
If you assume the "null hypothesis" is always true, then 5% of the results should falsely say otherwise.
Of course, this is if all the assumptions behind the math hold, no p-hacking, etc.
However, that is like saying it is extremely rare for there to be a correlation between any two phenomena.
We don't live in that universe.
Data currently being analyzed by Dr.
David Lykken and myself, derived from a huge sample of over 55,000 Minnesota high school seniors, reveal statistically significant relationships in 91% of pairwise associations among a congeries of 45 miscellaneous variables such as sex, birth order, religious preference, number of siblings, vocational choice, club membership, college choice, mother's education, dancing, interest in woodworking, liking for school, and the like.
The 9% of non-significant associations are heavily concentrated among a small minority of variables having dubious reliability, or involving arbitrary groupings of non-homogeneous or nonmonotonic sub-categories.
The majority of variables exhibited significant relationships with all but three of the others, often at a very high confidence level" -Theory testing in psychology and physics: A methodological paradox.
This is a neat project!
The statistical test used could be a lot more sensitive, by taking advantage of information about the physics of biased dice.
They test whether 6 is rolled more often than it should be relative to the other 5 numbers, but they should instead look at whether it's rolled more often relative to 1.
Since these are on opposite sides of the die, and unfairness in 6-sided dice comes from uneven distribution of weight, these go together; you get to combine the information from too-many 6s and too-few 1s and get a test that needs only about half as many rolls to reach a given confidence level.
I'm the author, and I totally agree!
Originally, I was going to point out other null hypotheses that we could try to reject.
This has the advantage that some of them like the one you propose model the physics.
And it also has the disadvantage that if we propose too many hypotheses to test, then we will be more likely to get false positives.
But the article was already too long, and this is a HUGE can of worms to open.
I really enjoy these fun thought experiments.
The only thing I didn't see clarified though is whether the die was loaded using the water only once, or whether they re-loaded the die every night during the week they were testing.
I loaded the dice only once.
They kept that weight the whole week.
So a suspicious player could detect the loaded dice simply by weighing them?
That actually makes a lot of sense.
Instead they have a clever manufacturing process with stringent tolerances.
If they run such tests at all it would be to find the upper bound on deviation from fairness over the lifetime of the dice eg 100k rolls.
I wonder if there are any good, simple procedures that could be applied during a game to mitigate against biased dice without giving up on physical dice?
So if the number were 3 and the die came up 2, it would count as 5.
That would not remove the bias from the die, but it would move it to a different number.
For games where some numbers are consistently good for you and some are consistently bad for you that would be enough to make it so that biasing the die does not work in the long run--some games it would tabletop simulator blackjack setup up in your favor and some it would end up against you.
For games with two dice, that might not work as well.
If a single random number were picked and used to shift both die results, it would shift the bias just like with the single die game.
However, the dice will still be biased to come up matching, and in some games matching numbers on the two is significant.
One might try to address this by generating two random numbers at the start of the game, one for each die, for the shifts.
That would have bias against getting a match on the two dice, so would provide an advantage in games where a match is bad.
Unbiasing a coin is tabletop simulator blackjack setup the Von Neuman technique : toss it twice, if the results are different then output the first toss.
If the results are the same, forget both and start again.
You can use this technique to unbias a 4-die or 8-die by throwing a coin multiple times apply the above technique for each digit in base 2.
To produce a fair 6-die from a biased coin, the following should work.
The result is unbiased in {1.
The method is an extension of von Neumann's trick for un-biasing a biased coin in which you flip it multiple times and take advantage of symmetry specifically flip it twice and return heads if you got heads then tails, return tails if you got tails then heads, or repeat the procedure if you obtained two heads or two tails.
You can then go from this bit-stream to a number in {1.
However, for small numbers of faces I think it is slightly worse than the method jknz described.
Working out all the cases shows this makes the method slighly more efficient.
Whenever a die roll occurs, all players roll one die at the same time, and the totals are summed and the remainder is taken after dividing by the number of players.
So, as long as at least one player's die is fair the outcome will be fair.
If you're playing Catan by email, this approach can be extended with bit commitment.
Each player rolls a die and sends a message to the other players with the number they rolled signed with their own digital signature but also encrypted with a key randomly chosen for that round of die rolls.
None of the other players can know what the other players rolled without the key.
Once everyone has sent all the other players their rolls i.
I think you raise a very interesting question, and I like your initial solution.
I feel like a game is fair if all players know that a die is biased, but no player has an advantage in predicting the outcome.
To achieve that: for each die, for each roll have the players agree on a random permutation of the observed faces to actual faces for that roll.
The agreement algorithm: have the parties each propose a permutation, and compose the permutations together in order to get in blackjack final "unbiased" permutation.
I think if there is at least one honest party, this will work.
Another approach is to let everyone sample the dies before playing until they are satisfied, and let everyone adjust their strategy accordingly.
Presumably the person who supplies the dice knows how they're loaded.
With a shift, they might still be able to use that information to their advantage.
Instead, you could use the agreed-upon randomness at the beginning of the game to apply numeric labels to the faces of the dice.
As long as the labels themselves aren't loaded.
Could it be that your dice was biased to begin with?
Or have you already rolled them ~5000 times before you placed them in water?
I was wondering this; is a control unnecessary here as we assume an equal distribution, or is that assumption false?
Einstein: "God does not play dice.
I really like Settlers of Catan, but I have never found a nicely designed online site to play it.
Does any of you know of anything?
Also surprised that there's no "free" + "open source" version of it, like FreeCiv or FreeCol or FreeOrion.
Tabletop Simulator is good, once you get used to it and learn a few keyboard shortcuts!
If anyone has insight on the legalities of Tabletop Simulator I am curious.
I am not qualified to speak on legality but a cursory search suggests that the catan ports are technically not safe.
It's hard to imagine that they all get pulled without replacement.
Thanks for the reply.
I hope they continue on there!
Thanks, looks like it will finally be time to gift it to a friend!
I'm a little late with this, but my brother, cousins and I have been playing at for years.
For copyright reasons, it's Explorers there.
They also have Carcasonne, which they call Tolouse.
They have Catan Universe now instead - not sure how good it is, though.
A hypothesis was presented: using higher numbers will give 5-15 more resource cards over the course of a game.
Then, conclusions were drawn that standard statistical techniques are deficient for not being able to detect the bias.
Where are the results of the actual experiment, say of 10 games played using the biased strategy, against a control opponent?
Perhaps, standard statistical techniques are correct.
Without empirical tests of the hypothesis, where is the science?
Perhaps, the dice are only loaded for a short time, in which time all the skew occurred.
Without testing of the hypothesis, it is impossible to know.
A nice mitigation technique is for everyone to bring their own dice, put them into a hat and require random selection of two of them per turn.
Of course if you suspect your friends are cheating you have bigger problems.
This solves the problem by reducing it to a trusted random number generator the hat.
At that point you may as well skip a step and draw individual outcomes from the hat.
I don't get this.
Then two paragraphs later you scientifically prove you were cheating simply roll dice thousands of times.
Which is kind of a dumb thing to say.
They even note that a typical Catan game only has 60 rolls.
You could have many suspicious looking rolls that would result from fair dice.
The fact is that 60 rolls isn't going to be enough even if you were cheating a lot more than what was shown in this post.
What does the calculation of advantage mean there?
The advantage per one nice and one naughty roll a pair of rolls is multiplied by the total number of single rolls in a 4-player game.
And I guess an honest player would pick the nice locations as often as naughty ones there is no reason to actually prefer them.
Yes, but presumably only you would know the bias of the dice and would exploit it by preferentially building next to higher numbered spaces.
Skilled players can beat unskilled players regardless of the bias of the dice.
It doesn't matter if you get 5-15 more brick cards if it's an ore game.
And how do you keep the other players from building on the bias-favored numbers?
If you're going to cheat, you're better off sleeving your most critical resource cards, to protect them from 7-rolls, soldiers, and monopoly cards taking them from your hand.
You unsleeve and swap when you get a favorable resource roll, and hope nobody is OP enough to keep a running total of all opponent resources in their head.
The problem is, how do you know those numbers are bias-favored if your sample size is a few dice rolls?
And if there is a bias in those few dice rolls, there's no guarantee it will continue.
Sure, a more skilled player will always beat a much less skilled player, but the randomness of the dice certainly closes the skill gap.
It's much different than a game like Agricola or Dominion where you're playing 100% against what the other people do and not relying on the outcomes of 4 dice rolls to determine what you want to do on your turn.
The randomness of the board set up partially cancels the bias you introduce into the dice.
There are 20 different possible numeric token layouts, and each of those has trillions of different possible tile combinations.
You really have no practical way of knowing in advance which resource tiles will be under the number tokens you have biased for by loading the dice.
So cheating in this fashion doesn't really provide that much of an advantage over the other players.
Since the intentional cheating is scientifically indistinguishable from randomness, all good players will already be able to compensate for unfavorable variations in die rolls.
Not quite trillions; more like a quarter of a trillion.
One nitpick however in the informal definition of a p-value: the p-value is the probability of getting results similar or more extreme to the results we observed if the dice are not biased.

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