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 2d asked What's the best guess for the parameter of an exponentially distributed sample? Feb 23 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Additional information for binomial distribution Feb 16 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool edited title Feb 15 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool added 99 characters in body Feb 15 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Add picture and quick summary. Feb 14 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Small correction Feb 14 suggested rejected edit on Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Feb 12 accepted Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Feb 12 comment Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Or not, as it seems that my edit was rejected for what ever reason. Feb 12 awarded Benefactor Feb 12 comment Probability of rolling $n$ successes on an open-ended/exploding dice roll Possible duplicate of Exploding dice in a dice pool Feb 12 awarded Citizen Patrol Feb 12 suggested rejected edit on Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool Feb 12 comment Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool I tested your results with a little python simulation. Will edit your post to include the result. I'd say, you're pretty spot on. Thank you very much. I think I learned a lot just going through your post. Feb 10 awarded Commentator Feb 10 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool added 61 characters in body Feb 10 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool edited body Feb 10 revised Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool added 32 characters in body Feb 10 comment Exploding (a.k.a open-ended) dice pool So to get the result for one specific value of n, one first has to calculate it for every smaller value. Ouch! Didn't expect that. Also when $n>0$ there is a probability $>0$ for every value of $h$ even very large ones. That never stops. Feb 9 awarded Promoter