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I know how you feel star473, I too had not had a win in a long time until yesterday (10c), that's the highest amount I've ever won but it still put a smile on my face all we can do is keep trying

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As I understand it, the grid is also based on how many ads are running on it. Maybe there are fewer advertising on the grid since the sticky ads are here?

Of course, I could be wrong.

As a side note, I won 10 extra chances yesterday. It feels like that is all I win, but I know it isn't.

Of course, I could be wrong.

As a side note, I won 10 extra chances yesterday. It feels like that is all I win, but I know it isn't.

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hi-- i am win on 4 time the grid and he is good and win extra chances i net ageer you post dear thanks

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Cry me a river. Closing in on 1000 clicks, have not won a thing.

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Every member has a in 400 chance to win something in ClixGrid (If it got unchanged)

A Premium member has 60 chances a day to try to win a prize,

So:

Winning odds = 1/400

Not winning odds = 399/400

Not winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member = (399/400)^60 ~= 86%

*.: Winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member ~= 14%*

Not winning odds after a week as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^7 ~= 35%

*.: Winning odds after a week as a Premium member ~= 65%*

Not winning odds after a month as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^30 ~= 1%

*.: Winning odds after a month as a Premium member ~= 99%*

keep clicking, because you will get your prize soon!

A Premium member has 60 chances a day to try to win a prize,

So:

Winning odds = 1/400

Not winning odds = 399/400

Not winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member = (399/400)^60 ~= 86%

Not winning odds after a week as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^7 ~= 35%

Not winning odds after a month as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^30 ~= 1%

keep clicking, because you will get your prize soon!

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The odds of 1 in 400 actually means that for every 400 clicks on the Grid **globally**, someone will win a prize.

However it does not necessarily mean that you will win on every 400th click you personally make. You may be lucky to win 2 times in a row or nothing for 2000 clicks!

However it does not necessarily mean that you will win on every 400th click you personally make. You may be lucky to win 2 times in a row or nothing for 2000 clicks!

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I believe the number of prizes are also based on the value of the prize. In other words, there are more lower value prizes available to be won than high value prizes. That is why the 5 extra chances are the most common prize. They are worth the least. Or, more accurately, the 5 extra chances cost ClixSense nothing, whereas the $10.00 prize is expensive.

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star473wrote: I used to win on an average basis on the ClixGrid. My last win was Jan 10 2014. I know it`s based on luck, but my God it`s sure been a long time after clicking hundreds of ad`s it starts to get old not winning anything but more chances!

Just keep on clicking... Yesterday was my lucky day.. I just won $5.. It was my 5th win..

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mclloyd86wrote:star473wrote: I used to win on an average basis on the ClixGrid. My last win was Jan 10 2014. I know it`s based on luck, but my God it`s sure been a long time after clicking hundreds of ad`s it starts to get old not winning anything but more chances!

Just keep on clicking... Yesterday was my lucky day.. I just won $5.. It was my 5th win..

I'll vouch on this with a link to his Thread -- I won $5 | ClixSense Forum

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I had a bit Clixgrid luck here earlier today, won 10cents, first in a long time

LOLDeutriexwrote: Every member has a in 400 chance to win something in ClixGrid (If it got unchanged)

A Premium member has 60 chances a day to try to win a prize,

So:

Winning odds = 1/400

Not winning odds = 399/400

Not winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member = (399/400)^60 ~= 86%

.: Winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member ~= 14%

Not winning odds after a week as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^7 ~= 35%

.: Winning odds after a week as a Premium member ~= 65%

Not winning odds after a month as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^30 ~= 1%

.: Winning odds after a month as a Premium member ~= 99%

keep clicking, because you will get your prize soon!

What you wrote is a perfect example of the Gambler's fallacy and it's completely wrong.

The odds to win will be always 1/400 and the probability to win is always 0.25% and never will be 14% or 65% or 99% as you wrote

Flipping a coin has always 50% probability to give you head or tails.

So, let's say that we flip a fair coin for heads or tails and we we get 4 heads in a row.

If the next result was head again it would give us five heads in a row.

Because the probability to get 5 heads in a row is only 3.125%, someone might believe that the next flip is less likely to be heads than to be tails. But this is completely false because 5 heads in a row and 4 heads and then a tail are equally likely and each one of them has the same 3.125% probability to happen.

To simplify it every time you click in clixgrid you have 399/400 or

Last edited by chefkang » Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:27 » edited 3 times in total

chefkangwrote:LOLDeutriexwrote: Every member has a in 400 chance to win something in ClixGrid (If it got unchanged)

A Premium member has 60 chances a day to try to win a prize,

So:

Winning odds = 1/400

Not winning odds = 399/400

Not winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member = (399/400)^60 ~= 86%

.: Winning odds after 60 clicks (1 day) as a Premium member ~= 14%

Not winning odds after a week as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^7 ~= 35%

.: Winning odds after a week as a Premium member ~= 65%

Not winning odds after a month as a Premium member = [(399/400)^60]^30 ~= 1%

.: Winning odds after a month as a Premium member ~= 99%

keep clicking, because you will get your prize soon!

What you wrote is a perfect example of the Gambler's fallacy and it's completely wrong.

The odds to win will be always 1/400 and the probability to win is always 0.25% and never will be 14% or 65% or 99% as you wrote

Flipping a coin has always 50% probability to give you head or tails.

So, let's say that we flip a fair coin for heads or tails and we we get 4 heads in a row.

If the next result was head again it would give us five heads in a row.

Because the probability to get 5 heads in a row is only 3.125%, someone might believe that the next flip is less likely to be heads than to be tails. But this is completely false because 5 heads in a row and 4 heads and then a tail are equally likely and each one of them has the same 3.125% probability to happen.

To simplify it every time you click in clixgrid you have 399/400 or99.75% to loseand only 1/400 or0.25% to winand that's all

Actually, you're both incorrect.

You can't place odds on a count that is different from day to day in addition

to your lack of knowledge as to how ClixSense has it set up exactly.

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LOLvaleriewrote: Actually, you're both incorrect.

Double LOLvaleriewrote: You can't place odds on a count that is different from day to day in addition

to your lack of knowledge as to how ClixSense has it set up exactly.

In fact the odds are the same no matter the days.

Each time you click in Clixgrid you have 1/400 or 0.25% to win and this is a fact

My ClixGrid Clicks today 60 total 6,835 earned $3.45 is that average? Dunno if its luck but keep trying. My biggest win is $0.25 but hey maybe one day lol. ClixSense is my number one ptc though

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