#### Thom S.

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Indeed, as each U Perm has like a 1 in 4 chance.If you are doing COLL, then it is not lucky.

Getting U perms in a row has more odds.

But usually it's just getting U Perms.

Both the same PreAUF and PostAUF is still quite more lucky.

Statistics for things that have 0.00006%, like in a post above, may not make sense, even if your sample size is in the 5 Digits. If you do 100 Million solves, the curve should flatten out to what the statistic says.I also think that I get the same PLL in a row quite more often than mathematics would tell.

You also have to remember, ignoring angle-independent PLLs like H Perm, if you get 1 Ua Perm, it's no different if you next get 4 F Perms or F, Ub, Ja, A. Both have the same chance, you just find one of them more lucky than the other.