<EDIT> I'm not one to split topics, but this deserved it I think. Also, as a disclaimer, the probabilities I mention in this post are wrong. It all gets worked out later though, with fancy pictures. ========= It's far more likely that you go 12 pieces without the I piece in SRS than in TGM. SRS: 1/49 > 2% TAP: *a really complicated expression* < 0.5% So it's more than 4 times as likely to happen in SRS. 4.55 when I divide the actual numbers. Though to be fair to SRS, a gap of 13 is impossible, whereas it is technically possible to go, say, the entire game without getting an I piece in TGM. Needless to say that's so improbable that it's literally impossible (because of the finite randomizer seeds) and the longest observed stretch without them would be a much more reasonable length. Still though, I should actually compare SRS's 12 gap with TGM's 12+ gap.