Talk:Baker's Game

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In the statistics section, it's either 10 million deals or 69 million. It can't be both. Also, in the history section, the grammar is broken; with the current wording, 'The description of Baker's Game in the "Mathematical Games" column inspired Paul Alfille to create FreeCell and he coded it for the PLATO educational computer system, which ended up becoming more popular than Baker's Game', the claim is that it is PLATO that is more popular than Baker's Game. Whilst this may well be true(!), it is presumably not the claim that the author intended to make.

Grammar is so important. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:23, 7 March 2014 (UTC)