For The Price Is Right Showcase Showdowns, well, here's the statistics for February. This covers the period from the 4th of February through the 1st of March, with no skipped shows and no reruns to interrupt the flow of data. It also turned out to be as uniform a month as could be, for having 28 days in it, so that's nice enough.
The lowest winning spin didn't decrease in any of the six possible categories this month, although one contestant did win on 65 cents against both competitors. This category's looking like a bore, although when I get around to plotting the lowest winning spins against time ... eh. We'll see.
|No Overspins||One Overspin||Two Overspins|
I notice incidentally that there've been fifteen cases of double overbids on the Showcase this season, which seems high.
Trivia: During 1863 the Petersburg (Virginia) Railroad distributed $653,403 to its shareholders; this was approximately 60 percent f the book value of its ordinary shares. Source: The Railroads Of The Confederacy, Robert C Black III.
Currently Reading: The Motion Paradox: The 2,500-year-old Puzzle Behind All The Mysteries Of Time And Space, Joseph Mazur.