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2-13-2009 @ 11:22PM
There are not 4 million outcomes... it ends on multiples of ten and one team must have 2000. The actual number of endings is more along the lines of:2(2000/10)=400So, if AB was purely random, your chance every game for We Had It All Along is .25%. (1/400).However, it's not purely random. There are influences and gameplay mechanics that make is very easy to end up with specific scores (such as 0-2000). A close game with two very well played teams will yield higher chances of getting the sweet spot. I've been in two games so far (out of 100) that ended with a score of 2000-1990. Unfortunately for me, the Horde won both.
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