# Dice on a Wooden Table Jigsaw Puzzle

About Dice on a Wooden Table: The most common type of dice is the six-sided die (the one featured in this puzzle), often referred to as a "D6," which has dots on each face, representing the numbers 1 through 6. However, there are many other types of dice with different numbers of faces, such as four-sided (d4), eight-sided (d8), ten-sided (d10), twelve-sided (d12), and twenty-sided (d20) dice, among others. They are made of various materials, such as plastic, wood, or metal and come in a variety of sizes, colors and designs. In today's puzzle we feature some black and white d6 dice on a wooden table. Pick your difficulty level, put the pieces back together and see let us know how many dice are there in the image. Have fun! // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles

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