Yeah, yeah, there are no black swans and all that jazz.
But a larger dataset had more inductive force than a handful of observations
If I flip a coin 1000 times and record a 50/50 result (a la the dataset collected by @garanwyn) it inspires considerably more confidence than a handful of unrecorded observations.
This seems like a rather flawed logic
P1 - the boards appear easier than in a different environment
P2 - my ability to mentally analyse the difficulty of game play is sufficiently high as to deduce such a change within a number of attempts equal to X (10?)
C - Having played X number of attempts, without recording the results, I deduce that the game is easier