#### AlphaSheep

##### Member

Yeah, I just realised that I was thinking that the corner can only connect on one side, so I was completely wrong on that too. I'll have to rethink it. It's cool to have simulation results though because it means I know what the answer needs to beThe probabilities aren't independent (e.g. if you have FR in the UB position and BR in the UR position, the matching corner position for both of those edges is UBR), so this is not exactly accurate, but it's pretty close to the correct value. I'm too tired to exert my brain, so I just did a simulation on a million random states and got this:

No pairs: 453642

1 pair: 433056

2 pairs: 106154

3 pairs: 7070

4 pairs: 78