Originally posted by Ponderable
It is a conicidence. Both Tukumieks and sagators ad their subscription running out and finished their last game (coincidently, since this also depended on their opponenets) at that date, while Harri (Luck) was under full steam and had dozens of active agmes and an active subscription.
The odds are small but well above zero.
"The chance of an average person living in the US being struck by lightning in a given year is estimated at 1 in 960,000, while the chance of being struck by lightning in a lifetime is 1 in 12,000 (estimated lifespan of 80 years)..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_strike
Ponderable, if "the chance of being struck by lightning in a lifetime is 1 in 960,000"
what would be the equation
for the odds of three people being struck by lighting within the same twenty four hour period?
Footnote: Wouldn't the sudden disappearance of three chess players who made a combined total of "2,079,843 moves" during their membership here have caused a considerable negative impact on Red Hot Pawn's total daily chess move activity volume since their disappearance?.