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Comment author: bigjeff5 22 February 2011 11:36:38PM 3 points [-]

Odds on dice are usually assumed even unless specified otherwise, but it's never wrong to specify it, so thanks.

Comment author: wedrifid 23 February 2011 02:27:33AM 0 points [-]

Odds on dice are usually assumed even unless specified otherwise

On the other hand when considering rational agency some come very close to defining 'probability' based on what odds would be accepted for bets on specified events.