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CCLP3 (MS)

070: 409 (+78, b ) [On the Coast]

079: 313 (+50, b ) [Clear the Way]

 

6,027,470 (96 bolds)

 

I...guess I'm back? Neither of these took too long to find or score, maybe an hour each. I'd really like to get that CCLP3 bold count up to 100, and there's enough routes I know (Slide Show, YAYAP, Elite, Twisted Chambers, Jumble, The Aftermath) to get there even if a couple records get sniped again.

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NeverStopGaming:

1. 306 (b)

2. 135 (b)

3. 204 (b)

4. 167 (bc)

5. 123 (b)

6. 155 (b)

7. 201 (bc)

8. 136 (bc)

9. 158 (b)

10. 158 (b)

11. 202 (bc)

12. 177 (b)

13. 198 (bc)

14. 976 (bc)

15. 161 (bc)

16. 214 (bc)

17. 175 (bc)

18. 287 (b+1) (joint bold with J.B. from forever ago EVEN THOUGH PIEGUY'S SITE DOESN'T SAY SO)

19. 121 (b)

20. 244 (b)

21. 283 (bc)

22. 952 (b)

23. 173 (b)

24. 202 (b)

25. 242 (b)

26. 159 (b)

27. 971 (b)

28. 206 (b)

29. 255 (b+1)

30. 269 (b)

31. 243 (b+1)

32. 282 (b)

33. 528 (b+3)

34. 204 (b)

35. 316 (bc)

36. 128 (bc)

37. 301 (bc)

38. 341 (bc)

39. 230 (bc)

40. 960 (b+1)

41. 392 (b)

42. 471 (bc)

43. 369 (b+2)

44. 154 (b)

45. 238 (b)

46. 202 (bc)

47. 243 (b-3, pc)

48. 425 (bc)

49. 951 (bc)

50. 356 (b+3)

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NeverStopGaming:

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18. 287 (b+1) (joint bold with J.B. from forever ago EVEN THOUGH PIEGUY'S SITE DOESN'T SAY SO)

According to my records he beat you to it by 3 seconds :)

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We were both under the impression that if multiple people reported a new record within 30 seconds, the record would be credited to all of them. It looks like that isn't the case.

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We were both under the impression that if multiple people reported a new record within 30 seconds, the record would be credited to all of them. It looks like that isn't the case.

 

This used to be the case, then at some point I rewrote a bunch of stuff and got lazy and stopped supporting it (times have to match exactly now).  I think I have a good solution though.  From now on the reports themselves will no longer include seconds.  In order to synchronize a joint score report, report it 30 seconds after the minute for best chance of success.

 

Also James' eye should stop twitching now.

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Another 1 second improvement! (thanks J.B. for the exchange of ideas even if most of mine didn't pan out this time :P)

 

CCLP1 (MS)

092: 837 (+1, b) [The Shifting Maze] I was waiting to report this until after J.B. did but since it hasn't happened yet, here's my report. He scored it first and will obviously be credited first on the scoreboard.

6,005,850 (144 bolds)

 

I guess I also copied a bold and some other public routes.

CCLP3 (MS)

111: 613 (+430, b-7) [Freakin' Out at J.B.'s Insane Route]

113: 407 (+196, b-6) [stress Fracture]

145: 735 (+453, b) [Recurring Dream]

6,039,050 (100 bolds)

 

...and now I'm just scoring stuff while I wait for J.B. to report Shifting Maze :P (was the original intent.)

CC1 (MS)

061: [950] (+40, b) [Rink]

5,977,210 (135 bolds)

 

CCLP1 (Lynx)

082: 92 (+1, b) [i had this right all along]

5,986,720 (110 bolds, assuming I kept this up to date)

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CCLP1 (MS)


082: 96 (+1, b+1) [Launch]


6,005,860 (144 bolds)


 


...I spent days on this. I had 8 runs that would have been a 96 had the last RFF been down. Even this run didn't have that RFF go down BUT BECAUSE THE FIRST PART WAS PERFECT AND THE SECOND PART WAS PERFECT I GET THE 96 AND THE GRIND IS OVER.


 


On the plus side I learned how to manipulate the RNG out of this, that was fun. This score wasn't manipulated though, it was just the result of...I don't even know. 12 hours of attempts over the past few days? Definitely closer to 24 total across all the times I tried this, which would be ~1700 attempts. Ouch.


 


PROBABILITY CALCULATIONS


First set optimal: LUU or U(override)LU = 1/64 + 3/256 = 7/256


Second set optimal: 2R and 2D interspersed with overrides, then D + D.


2R/2D = (1/2)^4 = 1/16, but only 6 of the 16 possibilities have 2 of each, so 6/256.


Holding R with 3 overrides = 27/64.


There are 4 arrangements of where the overrides can be- **O*O*O*, *O**O*O*, *O*O**O*, *O*O*O**.


The D+D ending = 1/16.


 


All together for 96.2, this is 7*6*27*4 / 256*256*64*16 = 4536/67108864.


Reduction: 567/8388608 = ~1/14800.


 


Trying to calculate the odds of dropping 1 move is beyond me, but it's still pretty unlikely. Probably around Monster Lab/LUNIT.


Odds of still getting 96 if a move is dropped in the first set: 1/404.


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Great job on the record!

 

When I started calculating the odds of this about two years ago, I realized it wasn't as astronomical as one could guess (or the name of the level would hint at). So I thought I might attack it some day if nobody else thought to do so first. Knowing it's still not a quick feat, I'm not upset you got there first. The details in the math are interesting, and I've been planning on writing something about them, but never wanted to do it while the bold was still 95. Maybe now I'll get around to it, you know, eventually. :)

 

-Miika

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CC1 (MS)

081: [437] (+22, b-79) [Writer's Block]

115: [806] (+12, b-116) [Oversea Delivery]

133: [925] (+9, b-24) [blobdance]

134: [146] (+35, b-72) [Pain]

136: [865] (+27, b-61) [Doublemaze]

147: [792] (+150, b-178) [Force Field]

 

That feel when you realize scores from a real time run 6 months ago improved your existing times.

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CCLP3 (MS)

105: 205 (+1, b) [Thanks J.B.]

118: 394 (+81, b) [Obstacle Course]

 

6,039,870 (102 bolds)

 

 

I suppose I should probably pick up Jumble, Elite, Twisted Chambers and EGD at some point.

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CCLP2 (MS)

054: 303 (+1, b) [Killer Rooms]

6,045,170 (136 bolds)

 

I actually tried a variation on this but didn't get anywhere close- even this wasn't getting close until I tried getting a recording for James... another Alphabet Soup moment where I had it but was executing inoptimally and it snowballed.

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Oh right I suppose I should officially report this even though I got it the day James reported it.

 

CCLP1 (MS)

093: 324.0 (+0.2, b-2) [Lame War]

6,005,870 (142 bolds) :|

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