4.1 Random Rolls - Eliminating the human factor
Posted By: Mr Majestyk
Date: Wednesday, 15 January 2014, at 2:41 a.m.
Came upon this article: www.goldentouchcraps.com/introCT.shtmlý, most of which I treated with a grain of salt. It does however raise one important issue: the "human factor"
We all have little idiosyncrasies; our own personal throwing style that to the best of everyone's knowledge does not in anyway conflict with rule 4.1.
The "discernible height" element is but one variable, there are several more that could unintentionally influence the human factor.
For instance, (1) angle of the dice cup upon release of the dice. (2) The short versus the long throw. (3) Height of the elbow and my favourite: the "ugly" versus the "panache" throw i.e. last chance saloon of hitting a shot, rolling a double or needing to avoid a specific number, usually high numbers. None of which are under the umbrella of 4.1.
Does the human factor need to be addressed?
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