What does this sentence mean?

@Jargoness (1191)
Israel
February 15, 2010 7:40pm CST
"I was loaded as dice". Hope it's not something bad o.O *hides in shame*
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@drannhh (15235)
• United States
16 Feb 10
Well, it just means crooked as in the sense of cheating, as in that song: "Everybody knows the fight was fixed, The poor stay poor and the rich get rich."
@Jargoness (1191)
• Israel
16 Feb 10
Crooked = dishonest?
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@drannhh (15235)
• United States
16 Feb 10
Yes, as in loaded dice. The dice are supposed to balance evenly so the chances of winning are even when they are thrown, but when people load the dice, that means they fixed the dice so that they fall a certain way. Another term for it is "cooked dice" because sometimes they put them in the microwave. I do not know exactly where the term "cooked books" comes from, but that is similar because it is about cheating. Anyway if you want to know how people cheat with dice here is a fun article: http://www.dysartes.com/editorial/dicecheating101.php
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@Jargoness (1191)
• Israel
16 Feb 10
It's probably that, then. Thanks! :)