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Brings back good old memories. I always took the approach that to be totally unbiased one must declare the distribution when you make the toss - A’s top or bottom. I had an open staircasee going two floors and that allowed for extra credit if they made it to the lowest level around the corner or through the open stairs. Finally, when in doubt I let Inky (a bright Border Collie)make the final check using the red ink pad and his paw.