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Edited by Spike13 at 2015317 04:21
This sentence is wrong:
"Slot 8 has 7 SR's and 5 UR's, so you have a 58.3% chance of SR vs UR, 1/12 is 8.33%, so 8.33% of 41.7% is 3.475% it might be a UR."
Correct sentence would have been:.
Slot 8 has 7 SR's and 5 UR's, so you have a 58.3% chance of SR vs UR, 1/5 is 20%, so 20% of 41.7% is 8,33% it might be a specific UR.
The calculated chance is correct. Your data pool is tiny, and be that way it show results fairy accordimg the calculated data but still with significant deviation due to the low number of trial (yes, statistically speaking hundreds is a tiny data pool, try with hundreds).
The chart however is confusing, due to the presentation of data being misleading (in shows the chance of a card appearing if the same pool of cards where in only one slot, but they are actually in 2 slot, so the real chance is doubled...
So in the end the only things that changed is for the 7 ur that got 7,15% to rise to 8,33%... Until they will add new ur, after that the % will drop a double speed due to the increment in total number not to be divided anymore between 2 Slot but put all in slot 8... So in the long run, a loss...
And your "victory" of a 3% (not so relevant) now would become a tie woth 2 more ur added (in the old system would have made 14 vs 14? So your 50%) and a loss when the third UR will be added...

