Every person I know in Toronto who owns games and/or is a collector is *aware* of Pinside and at least browses occasionally, but only a tiny handful actually participate.
There's often regionally-focused forums or mailing lists that people might focus on instead but only really hardcore types go as far as using hobby forums.
Like, I have a classic car but I don't frequent any classic car forums, I'm not hardcore into it as much anymore.
Quoted from Pinball-is-great:
Got to disagree with you on this one.
If o-din had carried out his pi number further places and had incorrectly put a 9 instead of an 8 at that particular place, then I would agree with you. But due to rounding in this case o-din was correct to put a 9 instead of an 8, since the next digit in the number pi is a 9.
Carry on o-din. Your pi number % guesstimate seems to actually be a good estimate.
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