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396Thanks for hosting @stlux

307537732851547202,147Thanks for hosting @stlux

3171,525Looking forward to building the Technic Jet, but perhaps the B model private jet.

The Porsche GT3 I got for Christmas as well.

Just need some room to build first.

83125413,79413,794993* This calculation doesn't account for Sumos overall probability of actually ENTERING two bonus balls in a row. We could determine that probability by examining Sumos entries to all previous Bonus balls and, I expect, come up with a truly staggering (and accurate) probability.

Seems like one of those genuine "Odds, don't tell me the odds" moments missed...

3,0501,5832,147Rather than shame, you mean ask him nicely, possibly pushing your double decker luck? I mean, if this was a raffle would you opt for a mystery box? ;o)

6,7978,8251,58313,794Anyway, I appreciate all of the positive responses. I went a long time missing and losing raffles, so it all evens out.

6,7972,391In case I were to run another Billund draw next Friday (permitting having any money left to get more Lego House stuff...) I might add a disclaimer about repeat winners ;)

Or do we want to test the odds of of @SumoLego winning 3 draws in a row? @MAGNINOMINISUMBRA What are the odds on that? And @snowhitie has anybody winning 3 weeks in a row already happened?

3,05013,79413,794993Again, based on constant participation. As a lover of statistics and patterns, I thought more about @SumoLego actual participation (not in a creepy way) and while being quite modest in my spit balled numbers believe the double win to actually represent odds of a couple of hundred thousand to one. The ACTUAL probability of three in a row based on past participation is several million to one.

@snowhitie observation that this is the fourth double win is also quite interesting (I knew there had been two or three) as the overall entrant pool is quite small and the ability to enter each week is neither constant or guaranteed yet there are those who win multiple times while other never do so...

Statistically speaking, there are some lucky sum bitches out there.

May the odds forever be in your favour...

2,14719,6402,3912,1471,41113,794(I'll go nicely with my Disney Spoon Collection.)