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For what it's worth

Hello, I'm interested in submitting for review a set of dice that satisfies a 4 player game.

Modeled after Oskar Van Deventer's 7-die set, this 19-die set uses 18 sides on each die, and each path on the digraph has an equal victory margin of 163/324. From what I've seen, the upper bound for the 19-die set is around 342 sides per die, so my set definitely brings it down. Coincidentally, 342 is the total number of sides throughout the whole set. The system is based on the 19-point digraph which can be seen here.

http://cp4space.wordpress.com/2013/02/15/tournament-dice/

Anyway, I'd love to have my work double checked if anyone cares to take a look. Each row lists the sides of a die.

A 5 21 39 76 94 111 128 142 160 184 200 218 236 254 271 288 321 339
B 4 36 53 70 87 102 117 145 162 183 196 213 230 266 281 296 305 341
C 3 32 48 64 80 112 125 148 164 182 192 227 243 259 272 304 308 324
D 2 28 43 58 92 103 133 151 166 181 207 222 237 252 282 293 311 326
E 1 24 57 71 85 113 122 135 168 180 203 217 231 264 273 301 314 328
F 19 20 52 65 78 104 130 138 170 179 199 212 244 257 283 290 317 330
G 18 35 47 59 90 114 119 141 153 178 195 226 238 250 274 298 320 332
H 17 31 42 72 83 105 127 144 155 177 191 221 232 262 284 287 323 334
I 16 27 56 66 95 96 116 147 157 176 206 216 245 255 275 295 307 336
J 15 23 51 60 88 106 124 150 159 175 202 211 239 248 285 303 310 338
K 14 38 46 73 81 97 132 134 161 174 198 225 233 260 276 292 313 340
L 13 34 41 67 93 107 121 137 163 173 194 220 246 253 267 300 316 342
M 12 30 55 61 86 98 129 140 165 172 209 215 240 265 277 289 319 325
N 11 26 50 74 79 108 118 143 167 190 205 210 234 258 268 297 322 327
O 10 22 45 68 91 99 126 146 169 189 201 224 247 251 278 286 306 329
P 9 37 40 62 84 109 115 149 171 188 197 219 241 263 269 294 309 331
Q 8 33 54 75 77 100 123 152 154 187 193 214 235 256 279 302 312 333
R 7 29 49 69 89 110 131 136 156 186 208 228 229 249 270 291 315 335
S 6 25 44 63 82 101 120 139 158 185 204 223 242 261 280 299 318 337

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