A die is a cube (three-dimensional geometric shape with six square sides) used in many games. A traditional die includes a different amount of dots on each side. The dots represent a value (number) from 1 to 6. The orientation of the dots is standardized so that people can easily recognize the amount of dots (the value) shown on the top. Board games use a die or dice to enter randomness and unpredictability into the game. The die is rolled (thrown) and the side that faces up (towards the sky) is the value used in the game. Die can be used in games to identify how many spaces on a game board a player must move their game piece. Die can also be used in number only games, such as Yahtzee and Craps. Craps is a very popular table gambling game found in many casinos.