Typical protocol of the random dice generator:


Number of rolls = 15000 ...that's about 300 games !

Double rolls  =    2509 = 16.73 %          theoretically = 16.66 %
Mixed rolls    =  12491 = 83.27 %          theoretically = 83.33 %  

1 + 1 = 430
2 + 2 = 429
3 + 3 = 382
4 + 4 = 426
5 + 5 = 434
6 + 6 = 408

2 + 1 = 4213 + 1 = 3864 + 1 = 4175 + 1 = 424 6 + 1 = 417
1 + 2 = 4143 + 2 = 4304 + 2 = 4035 + 2 = 436 6 + 2 = 457
1 + 3 = 4452 + 3 = 3984 + 3 = 3895 + 3 = 408 6 + 3 = 404
1 + 4 = 4112 + 4 = 4103 + 4 = 4665 + 4 = 423 6 + 4 = 397
1 + 5 = 4222 + 5 = 4023 + 5 = 4094 + 5 = 429 6 + 5 = 414
1 + 6 = 4172 + 6 = 3983 + 6 = 4014 + 6 = 426 5 + 6 = 417


Average of mixed rolls:
i.e.( 3+1=386 + 1+3=445 ) = 831 / 2 = 416

1 + 2 = 4181 + 3 = 4161 + 4 = 4141 + 5 = 4231 + 6 = 417
2 + 3 = 4142 + 4 = 4062 + 5 = 4192 + 6 = 4283 + 4 = 428
3 + 5 = 4083 + 6 = 4024 + 5 = 4264 + 6 = 4125 + 6 = 416



The protocol proves the correct function of the random dice generator.
It can be repeated at any time...getting different figures each time without abnormal results.
Random doesn't mean it has to be equal for both partys after a few games.
Either party will always lead on with the first roll or doubles for a while.
Even Ariston BackGammon may have a lucky run from time to time!
It is hardly a diffrence between a random dice genarator and using real dice.