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I thought I had until 2017 started to sign up.

I can make an exception for you. Give me a little while and I'll make one for you.

(¬_¬) not sure if I even wanted a card for sure to begin with or if you were serious about whipping one upEither way 2016 is almost over!

Hang tight. You're getting a special card :-)

]]>I thought I had until 2017 started to sign up.

I can make an exception for you. Give me a little while and I'll make one for you.

(¬_¬) not sure if I even wanted a card for sure to begin with or if you were serious about whipping one up

Either way 2016 is almost over!

]]>I thought I had until 2017 started to sign up. You provided no stipulation on sign up time limit or a number of cards limitation. You didn't even make it 24 hours...16 cards, what a poor showing

You being such a "rules guy", you posted little to no rules regarding this game

I can make an exception for you. Give me a little while and I'll make one for you.

]]>I'm out of cards.

When you win, just post your card in a new thread with the title BINGO! You have a whole year! First three get a prize.

How is that possible? A 5x5 grid has 25 possible permutations, and you've only posted 16. I didn't have much interest in playing, but math that doesn't add up makes me curious. ;)

Edit:If you remove the 5 vertically similar options, and one horizontally-symmetric (these cards would all have the same row possiblities), that drops to 19 cards. Are there three other similar arrangements I'm missing?

These 5x5 cards can be seen as a sequence of 24 squares where ordering matters (the 25th being the center free space), these 24 squares are chosen from a pool of at least 24 things, I think Cody has more than 24 things to chose from though. At a minimum, that's WAY more than 25 possible cards. (24*23*22*21*20*19*18*17*16*15*14*13*12*11*10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1 = 6.2x10^23)For example to make a row you pick 5 things, 1 at a time, from a pool of 24, you could come up with over 5 million unique rows. Heck there's 24 different ways to chose the first tile and 552 = 24 * 23 different ways to chose the first two.

Maybe Cody was using a demo of some software and ran out of demo cards.

Yup :-)

]]>I'm out of cards.

When you win, just post your card in a new thread with the title BINGO! You have a whole year! First three get a prize.

How is that possible? A 5x5 grid has 25 possible permutations, and you've only posted 16. I didn't have much interest in playing, but math that doesn't add up makes me curious. ;)

Edit:If you remove the 5 vertically similar options, and one horizontally-symmetric (these cards would all have the same row possiblities), that drops to 19 cards. Are there three other similar arrangements I'm missing?

These 5x5 cards can be seen as a sequence of 24 squares where ordering matters (the 25th being the center free space), these 24 squares are chosen from a pool of at least 24 things, I think Cody has more than 24 things to chose from though. At a minimum, that's WAY more than 25 possible cards. (24*23*22*21*20*19*18*17*16*15*14*13*12*11*10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1 = 6.2x10^23)

For example to make a row you pick 5 things, 1 at a time, from a pool of 24, you could come up with over 5 million unique rows. Heck there's 24 different ways to chose the first tile and 552 = 24 * 23 different ways to chose the first two.

Maybe Cody was using a demo of some software and ran out of demo cards.

]]>I'm out of cards.

When you win, just post your card in a new thread with the title BINGO! You have a whole year! First three get a prize.

How is that possible? A 5x5 grid has 25 possible permutations, and you've only posted 16. I didn't have much interest in playing, but math that doesn't add up makes me curious. ;)

Edit:If you remove the 5 vertically similar options, and one horizontally-symmetric (these cards would all have the same row possiblities), that drops to 19 cards. Are there three other similar arrangements I'm missing?

Are you counting the free space? (I have made no attempts to do the math)

]]>I'm out of cards.

How is that possible? A 5x5 grid has 25 possible permutations, and you've only posted 16. I didn't have much interest in playing, but math that doesn't add up makes me curious. ;)

Edit:

You being such a "rules guy", you posted little to no rules regarding this game

]]>One caveat through. No "Golem" Square as I've seen on the others. Golem is not a Bungie game. Golem is Highwire Games! **BUNGIE 2017!**

As luck would have it…

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