I'm fairly surprised to see that Elchanan Mossel's dice puzzle was deleted. The question seems to be attributed -- this is Elchanan Mossel's puzzle, and that is mentioned in the title itself. This makes the plagiarism reason given a bit mind-boggling to me.
But ffao, the poster did not mention Gil Kalai, the author of the website the poster likely saw this puzzle at!
Suppose a friend of yours comes to you and tells you a puzzle he read in a magazine. Do you need to credit this friend whenever you tell this puzzle? I'd say surely not, since it's not his original creation to demand attribution for, rather he should credit whoever actually made the puzzle. I believe most people should agree with this; if you do not believe me, this is what Gareth has said earlier on this subject:
Sorry, that may not have been clear. I mean: If Way2 shows you a puzzle and you want to post it here, then you need to credit not Way2 but whoever actually made the puzzle, and if Way2 doesn't show you that information then you need to find it out some other way. – Gareth McCaughan♦ Jun 21 at 11:03
In this case, Gil Kalai did not originate the puzzle, Elchanan Mossel did, and he is the one that deserves the credit for his work, credit he got in the most visible place in the entire question.
Regardless of what the poster of this puzzle may or may not have done while posting other puzzles, I believe this one to be properly attributed. This question also has very high-quality answers, and keeping them deleted feels like a disservice to this website. Should we undelete it?