Originally Posted by ITryDeuces
It's a deal
Originally Posted by ZKesic
You can post the details of your process and I'll explain to you where the flaw is.
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There is always going to be some unconscious bias that will affect the results of your method.
1. You will start at some slots more often than others.
2. Some knight moves will be more common than others (you might move clockwise with the knight slightly more often than counter-clockwise).
This means that there is an outcome that is statistically going to happen the most often (the most common starting slot + the most common knight movement).
3. You are also avoiding starting from the same spot multiple times in a row (and doing the same knight movements), which decreases the chance of the same result happening multiple times in a row. Your process would therefore make strings of results like: "444" slightly less likely to happen.
4. With the board being this small, the knight is also mathematically more likely to end up on certain numbers than others. You might be able to fix this by alowing the knight to move through walls, in other words, creating an infinite board.