The trickster behind the dire game of dice in the Mahabharata was Shakuni, the maternal uncle of the Kauravas. He had a pair of trickster dice which led to the Pandavas losing their kingdom and all their wealth.

Duryodhan's uncle Shakuni owned a set of dice that obeyed his wishes. Shakuni's father told him to burn his body but take the backbone before it turns to ashes, and from his backbone to carve a pair of dice. This dice will obey Shakuni's command. So remember. When you want to play the Game of Life's Chausar, be careful whose dice you use. Better you use your own dice than anothers.

And better you are a devotee of Bhagavan if you play Life's Chausar, the Lord can wrap what you should love in robes of Love that cannot be unraveled.