One Year of Minesweeper

On 23 January 2011 (for the record, Rhyzyxian IA.2FA), I downloaded Arbiter (which is one of the Minesweeper clones accepted by the official Minesweeper records (ironically, they don’t accept the original one installed with Windows because it’s too easy to cheat on that)), so that I could join the professional Minesweeper world. I really like Arbiter among the clones because it provides tons of statistics…possibly too much. In any case, here’s some of my statistics over the past year. I didn’t include the daily average for expert, because with the very low number of expert games I play, the data is very erratic.

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