Dice Stacking is the art of piling dice on top of each other. The performer scoops dice off a flat surface with a dice cup and then sets the cup down while moving it in a pattern that stacks the dice into a vertical column. Various dice arrangements, colors of dice, scooping patterns and props allow for many degrees of complexity and difficulty. Dice stacking is usually performed with canceled casino dice, as their square corners and edges give them an advantage when being stacked. It is often perceived by magicians as a juggling.
- Bartender Dice Routine by Clarke "The Senator" Crandall (1959)
- How to Stack Dice for Fun and No $! by Clarke "The Senator" Crandall (1974)
- Bernard's Lesson on Dice Stacking (Bobby Bernard) by Lewis Ganson, Ganson Teach-In Series (1979)
- Zack Stacks (Jim Zachary) by George Schindler (1980)
- Barry Govan's Dice & Purse by Murray Cooper (1986)
- Dice Stacking Book by Todd Strong (1998)
- Dice Stack Addenda (Mel Stover): L. L. Ireland, Ireland's Year Book 1946 (1946, p. 9).
- L. L. Ireland, The Year Book Reader 1977 (1977, p. 200).
- Selling the Six Dice Stack: Simon Lovell, Cape Cod Conclave 95 Lecture (1995).
- Guide to Dice Stacking: Marc Paul, Notes '98 (1998).
- Sneakily Stacked in Your Favor (Don Alan): Jon Racherbaumer, In a Class by Himself (2000, pp. 159-168).
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