Some stats for every show BUZZR has shown up to this point minus the pilot and minus the show that aired on 10/7:

34 Gauntlets have been run

8 wins

Randy has the highest main game winnings in a game thus far at $1190. The lowest has been $130. 5 people have amassed at least $1000 in the main game. The average amount won in the main game is $699. There is a very weak correlation between main game winnings and how far you'll get in the Gauntlet--someone who earned $520 beat the Gauntlet, while someone who won $1000 in the main game only got through 9.

90 rounds have been played

The 5 most frequently chosen spaces to block in levels 1 through 5 are 4-20 (40 times), 3-30 (34), 3-20 (31), 5-20 (29) and 4-10 (28). The entire column of $50 boxes are the 5 least often picked for blocking, with 5-50 only being selected 3 times.

For level 6 (non-longshots), 350 squeaks out 200 as the most frequently picked, by a 42-38 count. 500 has been chosen 10 times.

The most common first move is 1-10 (24 times), followed by 1-20 and 1-40, tied at 20 times. 1-30 and 1-50 are almost tied for least often chosen at 12 and 11 times, respectively. The boxes most commonly picked on the board is the $10 column by a wide margin, with the exception of Level 1, where 1-10 is the 3rd most commonly picked box (34 times), just behind 1-40 (35) and 1-20 (37). For every level besides 1, the order of most often picked to least often is 10, 20, 40, 30, 50.

When it comes to the initial selection on Level 6, regardless if it was a longshot or not, 200 has been picked 36 times, t00 has been chosen 29 times, and 350 only 19 times.

1 round has been completed in the minimum 6 picks. 4 rounds have gone 10 picks thus far.

Longshot has been called 52 times out of 90, so almost 60% of the time. In the 37 longshot situations where the values of both blocks were known due to finding a longshot block or finding a safe block, the $500 was the unblocked box 23 times (62% of the time). Both $200 and $350 were the available box 7 times each.

Blocking or charging: Who has the advantage? Blockers win by exactly a 2:1 margin, 60 blocker wins, 30 charger wins.

Whew, that's a lot of stats.

What strategies can be created using this information? Go $500 whenever you're on Level 6. When charging, go up the 30s, 40s, and 50s minus the 3-30 I mentioned earlier. When blocking, block 2-10, 3-10, and 4-10, as each has an over 50% chance of being chosen. If given a choice in a third round, block.