# What is the record for the fastest Minesweeper game?

## What is the record for the fastest Minesweeper game?

The world record for Minesweeper on Easy level is 1 second, Intermediate 8 seconds and Expert 29 seconds.

## What is the fastest minesweeper time on medium?

Minesweeper Speedrun World Record Intermediate 7.03 seconds – YouTube.

**Can you get an 8 in Google Minesweeper?**

We have 49×2556=125244 ways for an easy grid to have an 8 somewhere. Out of the 1.88 trillion total easy grids, this gives a probability of about 6×10−8. So, very rare indeed!

**Is Minesweeper a game of luck?**

Minesweeper is actually a game of strategy, not chance.

### What is the world record for Minecraft speedrun?

The world’s fastest Minecraft completion is currently held by Rayoh, with a blistering run of 2 Minutes and 3 seconds.

### Is Minesweeper always solvable?

Every board is solvable, but not every board is easy. That’s why we added a hint system that uses the power of the Minesweeper AI to show you exactly which part of the board is solvable next. You can even mash the hint button repeatedly and watch the game solve the board for you.

**Is there a trick to Minesweeper?**

A simple trick is to press both buttons (“chord”) on a number to depress (but not open) the squares it touches. This shows you how many squares are touching the number. The pink 2 touches three squares and cannot be solved. The yellow 2 touches two squares and can be solved.

**How rare is a 7 in Minesweeper?**

By applying Markov’s Inequality, this shows that the probability of getting a 7 on a randomly generated board is less than or equal to 0.02716….

## What are the chances of getting a 6 in Minesweeper?

= 7.5 * 10-4 = 0.00075 = 0.075 % This means not even 1/1000 games will feature a ‘6’. If you include ‘7’ and ‘8’ into your calculation the overall chance will be slightly higher to encounter such a high number.

## Is there logic to Minesweeper?

Minesweeper: Logic or Probability Minesweeper can be played two ways: as a game of logic or as a game of probability. Technically, probability subsumes logic. If you can logically prove a mine must be in a location, its probability must be 100%; if you can prove one cannot be, its probability must be 0%.