Six Face Die
You start with a fair 6-sided die and roll it six times, recording the results of each roll. You then write these numbers on the six faces of another, unlabeled fair die.
For example, if your six rolls were:
3, 5, 3, 6, 1, 2
Then your second die wouldn’t have a 4 on it; instead, it would have two 3s.
Next, you roll this second die six times. You take those six numbers and write them on the faces of yet another fair die, and you continue this process of generating a new die from the previous one.
Eventually, you’ll have a die with the same number on all six faces.
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