SAMAY RAINA. ERIC ROSEN. DICE CHESS.

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Finally, the collaboration we all dreamed of. Samay Raina, Eric Rosen, and GothamChess. We played Dice Chess after Anna Rudolf and Tania Sachev did the same.

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65 Comments

  1. The comment section is like a Math Forum..

  2. when he said samay i heard seme and i was like what the fu-

  3. it would be more comfortable if you could adjust your camera position on screen so that it matches your position on board
    like if gotham is white, his camera would be below erics camera so it makes it easier 👍👍

  4. ITS THE PARTY SHIRT IT GLOWS IN THE DARK

  5. I became Samay's Subscriber through your channel even though I'm Indian.

  6. Im late but at 20:00 did anyone else see the move Qh6 followed by Qh8 for a mate because levy rolled queen 2 times in a row and eric didnt get a pawn or a rook in between

  7. Eric is to kind and pure Gotham was roasting him and Eric just didn't react.

  8. 8:14 Gotham – you win the jackpot
    Why everyone ignored*😒

  9. Calculation for the chance:
    There are 6 options for 3 slots so there are 6^3 or 216. He said at least 1 so it can be 1, 2, or 3 queens. 1 outcome has 3 queens, 15 have 2 queens (3 possibilities for which dice is not the queen and 5 options for what else it could be), so 16/216 is the chance of 2 or 3 queens. For exactly one queen the are 75/216 (3 pairs for what five aren’t the queen and 25 total options for that pair). The total is 75+16/216 or 91/216. This option assumes that the same piece can roll multiple times in the three dice rolls per turn. If pieces can not roll multiple times in the three rolls per turn then the probability is 60/216 (3 options for the pair of dice that aren’t queens and 20 different ways they could roll).
    For the chance of 2 or the same rolls there is 6 (the number of permutations of three objects) / 216. Simplified, that would be 1/36. There, I did the math so you don’t have to.

  10. This same thing but instead of pieces it's files and you must move a piece to one the the files you rolled

  11. Not gonna lie. What could have been a really interesting video was completely ruined by excessive amounts of chatter.

    It didn't exactly help that he didn't roll the dice immediately after a move was made. Amazingly frustrating to watch.

  12. 4:35 the prob of getting the same 3 things as you did in the previous roll, ignoring order, is 3/6 * 2/6 * 1/6, assuming the roll is 3 different pieces.

    An alternative way to calculate it is simply the number of ways to achieve 3 pieces divided by the number of ways total. 6^3 = 216 possible outcomes and 6 of those are the 3 pieces you desire because it is 3 factorial, 3 of the outcomes work for the 1st spot then you have 2 left then 1 left

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  14. Chat immediately got the probability of at least one queen, but forgot that the dice are not ordered when it came to the same first rolls.

  15. "I'll probably get a pawn." Eric, we've been over this 3 times.

  16. who's here after neelkant bhanu mess with probability in samay's stream?

  17. MY GOD
    FOR 20:20 IF LEVI PLAYED QH6 THEN HE WOULD HAVE WON AS ERIK DIDNT GET A PAWN. NEXT MOVE LEVI GOT A QUEEN AGIN WHICH COULD HAVE ALOUD HIM TO TAKE THE ROOK DOING CHECKMATE

  18. "It was as of move three that we have a completely new game"

  19. it's better than 1 in 216 unless order is important.

  20. If you are in a losing position you should guess the roll that gives your opponent a really good advantage to eliminate that possibility.

  21. its super confusing that eric sits below Levy but plays the colour on the top.

  22. The probability is 1/36 as Levy doesn't have to guess it in order. It a combination rather than a permutation. As there are 216 possible combinations and Levy can guess three pieces in any order, the probability is actually 1/36. If he had to guess it in order then it would be 1/216.

  23. Brainking has "10×10" variant with one dice and three kings.

  24. at minute 4:50, the answer is 6 in 216, because the order of the pieces doesnt matter, but who cares xd

  25. Getting at least one of any one piece is 1-((5^3)÷(6^3)).

  26. 30:07 “It doesn’t matter what religion you’re 💀subscribed💀 to”

  27. “So look at this” then ad starts playing 😂

  28. I got a technicality here. 91/216 is the probably of getting atleast one queen on the three dices. The question however was 'ONE queen in either of the three dice'. Thats a lesser probably.

    Anyways, this is just a reminder that statistics differ based on how the question is framed. Logically we are interested in at least one queen, but the question specifically implied EXACTLY one queen.

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