- The numbers on each opposite side should equal seven. If it doesn’t, you’re in big trouble!
- The paint used to fill in the spots weighs the same as the plastic that was drilled out. That way, each side is perfectly balanced.
- Casino dice are manufactured to be square within 1/5000th of an inch.
- Some of the larger casinos change their dice five times a day per table. That’s hundreds of dice daily!
Have you ever taken a close look at casino dice? You know, those little red things that are used in that loud, raucous, and confusing game of craps. They almost all have the casinos’ name and/or a logo of some kind on them. Like chips, this is what makes dice highly collectable. Unlike chips, not many people know about casino dice. My mission then, is to help you all discover the intricacies of collecting casino dice. My name is Jeff Laudeman. Many people know me as The Dice Man. I’ve been collecting casino dice for about seven years. Along the way, I have learned quite a bit about dice, craps, casinos and their histories. These articles will be an attempt to share my knowledge and passion and hopefully get more of you interested in collecting these peculiar red cubes. Here are some interesting facts about casino dice: