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What does it mean to "roll the hard six?"?

Asked by JonnyCeltics (2716points) July 26th, 2008
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damien's avatar

A high risk / high reward operation


To achieve something partially through intense skill and partially through luck


Not only do you have to be lucky in achieving the right outcome, but you also have to avoid the wrong ones on the way.

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Seesul's avatar

The term originates from craps. It means skill and luck to achieve an outcome.

ninjaxmarc's avatar

rolling 2 3s equaling 6

susanc's avatar

“hard” = “against the odds”? Less likely to roll 2 3’s than a 4 and and a 2, or a 1 and a 5?

pathfinder's avatar

Number six in french,czech,polish,german,slovakia,italy,english,dutch,languages start an letter s.I mean if you say six or if you write it allways is there s.This is easy to remember when some one learn languagesnumber six.

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