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I think that after a little fine tuning the model can now return a tighter result, so here is a slightly refined forecast...

Block Number:   124992
   
Difficulty
Lower Quartile:   211598
Median:   222592
Upper Quartile:   232505

Good info, you were just about dead on last time. That's another 41.2% increase!

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