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Coin Probability Game
12 hidden coins
Noone has yet won this game. The furthest a player has gone so far is reaching square 3.
The Game
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Square 1
Is the coin behind square 1 ... Heads or Tails ?
Click "Heads" if you think the coin behind this square is a head. Click "Tails" if you think the coin is a tail.
Square 2
Is the coin behind square 2 ... Heads or Tails
Square 3
Is the coin behind square 3 ... Heads or Tails
Square 4
Is the coin behind square 4 ... Heads or Tails
Square 5
Is the coin behind square 5 ... Heads or Tails
Square 6
Is the coin behind square 6 ... Heads or Tails
Square 7
Is the coin behind square 7 ... Heads or Tails
Square 8
Is the coin behind square 8 ... Heads or Tails
Square 9
Is the coin behind square 9 ... Heads or Tails
Square 10
Is the coin behind square 10 ... Heads or Tails
Square 11
Is the coin behind square 11 ... Heads or Tails
Square 12
Is the coin behind square 12 ... Heads or Tails
How to play the game
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This probability game is a very simple game to play.
Behind each of the 12 squares is a coin. The aim of the game is for you to predict whether the coin behind the square is a head or a tail.
To make your prediction simply click on the orange highlighted "Heads" or "Tails" text.
If you get it right then you will be asked to predict the next square and so on until you reach square 12. If you get that final square correct then you win the game! However, if you predict any of the 12 squares wrong then you lose the game.
The probability of predicting all 12 coins is 1  4096! So, it's certainly easier said than done!
Longest Streak By A Player
Currently, noone has yet predicted all 12 coins, and so instead of showing "games won" data we are showing the current longest streak made by someone who played this game. This streak number will automatically increase, in real time, should your run surpass it.
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