# Are Spindown dice random?

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Yes, spindown dice do not have evenly distributed numbers, but if you are telling me someone can casually pick one up and control their roll to be better than mine then you are delirious. To achieve this you’d have to pick up the die, find the high/low side, and then carefully roll/drop it to get the desired result.

## Are spin downs random?

It’s not really illegal, there’s just a chance of abuse and therefore people who are aware of its abuse do not allow it to be used as a “random” way of determining who goes first. If you want to get real technical, it’s only “illegal” to use if the head judge at the event does not want you to use that method.

## Can a Spindown be used as a d20?

In Conclusion. The main point to take away from all of this is that spindown dice do not serve the same purpose as a d20. Your conventional d20 is meant to be roll to bring up one of twenty potential die numbers while a spindown die isn’t meant for that at all. It’s meant to be a counter.

## How are d20s numbered?

Dice are traditionally numbered such that the largest number is located opposite the smallest, next largest opposite next smallest, etc. For a d20, 20 is opposite 1, 19 opposite 2, 18 opposite 3, etc. … Having the two numbers add to 21 avoids any such bias in the average number rolled.

## What is a countdown dice?

Spindown” dice are known as “spindown” because of the way the numbers are laid out on the dice; the 20 is adjacent to the 19, which is adjacent to the 18, which is adjacent to the 17, and so on, in a pattern which appears to spiral or “spin down” around the dice from 20 to 1. A normal doesn’t do that.

## What is spin down centrifuge?

Centrifuges are used to spin down cells, organelles. Different types, microcentrifuge (eppendorf tubes), centrifuge (15ml and 50 mL tubes) and ultra centrifuges (high speed for separating organelles). … Actually if isolating mRNA where you want cells densely packed spin down at higher g.