Obviously a certain amount of personal choice comes into it as you have to choose the options in the first place - only the selection process is random. Humans will be humans and when he explains the game to his young son, the boy naturally selects only pleasant alternatives which he wants to do. The Dice Man has to set out the rules for him:
"...I finally told him that the dice man game always had to provide risk, that slightly bad choices had to be there too...out of every 6 alternatives, one had to be surprisingly unpleasant."
This gradually leads the Dice Man to bet on ever more shocking stakes, eventually leading to murder. I am definitely not suggesting that I open myself up to the possibility of committing murder or any other crime, but this did lead me to consider how far I would be prepared to go. Did I really want to give myself the option of doing things I didn't want to do? Or was I going to opt for the comfortable course of action? And could I be trusted to follow the dice or would I be tempted to cheat?
I have been thinking a lot over the past few weeks of different methods of random selection - allowing each journey to be under the influence of a certain phenomenon or theme. And as I think of them, I find myself already beginning to meddle in the selection process, checking up beforehand to see if such and such technique would be viable! I have to remind myself that this is definitely not in the spirit of chance and give myself a stern talking to!