After playing literally thousands and thousands of games of 'Free Cell' on my computer over the years, there is something about the law of probabilities that just doesn't seem right.
After playing a few hundred games I notice that my percentage of wins does not conform to what you should expect as a "percentage of wins."
What I mean by this is that the game, if played carefully, should give you a win percentage of about 66%, or two thirds of all the games you played in that session of a few hundred games!
The reality of the matter is that your win percentage can vary from the high fifties to the high seventies over a session, and this means that there are long periods of 'winning.' and other long periods of 'losing' that affect the percentages you are producing.
If you keep in mind that flipping a coin results in a 50 / 50 split fairly quickly (like within ten or twenty games) then I have to wonder why Free Cell, which is a lot more complicated, can skewer the percentages over hundreds of games.
Maybe it's just me, but it seems like something fishy is going on here!!!!